Skip to main content

Material issues

The United Nations 2030 Agenda outlines the guidelines adopted by all Member States for the sustainable development of the planet.

With its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs), the Agenda aims to end poverty and hunger, fight inequalities, contribute to economic and social development, combat climate change and safeguard biodiversity.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Materiality issues

Achieving these goals requires the full collaboration of all civil society organizations, at a global level.

To do its part, Diasorin analyzed the 17 goals and identified the areas of intervention to be monitored as it does business.

In determining the relevant material issues, the Group has made use of the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), an international nonprofit organization that defines guidelines for reporting sustainability performance.


GRI Standard



Health and safety

Management of relations with local communities


Staff training and development

Employment and dialogue with social partners

Employees’ welfare


Diversity and inclusion


Environmental management

, ,
, , ,

Business ethics, fight against corruption and anti-competitive behavior

Research, innovation and technological excellence

, ,

Customer satisfaction

Quality of products and processes

Human Rights