Committed to providing professional service, POSITIVE COATING puts quality, responsiveness, flexibility and proximity at the very heart of its activity. Our reputation as a reliable partner is recognised by the biggest watchmaking brands and by leading companies in the field of luxury.
Compliance with strict ethical standards is an essential aspect of the corporate identity of POSITIVE COATING. The company is proud of its responsible professional practices, rooted in social responsibility and ethical use of natural resources.
POSITIVE COATING is proud to be a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) since 2018. By earning and retaining certification under the RJC Code of Practice, it can guarantee that its business is compliant with the requirements of the standard, which covers, among other things, respect for human rights, the right to work, environmental protection and product information.
REACH is the acronym for “Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals”.
The REACH Directive aims to protect human health and the environment against potential risks from chemicals, and ensure safe handling of chemical substances.
POSITIVE COATING is fully compliant with the REACH Directive.
POSITIVE COATING is committed to sustainable climate protection. By voluntarily participating in the program of the energy for the economy Agency, POSITIVE COATING acts to reduce its CO2 emissions and to improve its energy efficiency.
As a company aware of the need to redefine the notion of success in the business world, POSITIVE COATING wishes in addition to being prosperous, to have a positive impact on people and on the planet.
The Swiss Triple Impact (STI) is an engagement program aimed at effectively moving the Swiss ecosystem towards a resilient economy while effectively contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
By participating in the STI program, POSITIVE COATING joins a community of companies committed to a sustainable future.
POSITIVE COATING has decided to join the INTEGRITY NEXT platform in order to ensure its customers and partners quality and the ability to monitor its practices, to meet current regulatory requirements.
Today, businesses are faced with growing awareness of all aspects of sustainable development. Public pressure and international regulators hold companies responsible not only for their own actions, but also those of their suppliers.