IMA defined an internal control and risk management system, considered as a set of rules, procedures and organisational structures designed to ensure that the business is run in a fair and healthy manner that is consistent with its stated objectives, through a suitable process of identification, measurement, management and monitoring of the principal risks in order to minimise them in terms of staff safety.
The Board of Directors has laid down the main guidelines for the internal control and risk management system. In addition, IMA introduced a set of management systems certified by an independent third party, designed to create value in a sustainable way, shared with all stakeholders, above all human resources.
The standard adopted (OHSAS 18001) is the most accredited standard in the world.
IMA also follows the same management approach to minimise the environmental impact of its production cycle.