Corporate Social Responsibility
As part of its commitment to society and the environment, Maypo identifies its stakeholders by focusing on various actions in favor of the Mexican population, providing quality services, safe working conditions, support for the environment in its facilities, support for vulnerable groups and to medical community during the health contingency, among others.
Responsibility to our Employees
We are in the Self-Management Program for Safety and Health at Work (PASST), granted by the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, and we have the distinction of Responsible Healthy Organization granted by the Workplace Wellness Council-Mexico.
At Maypo, we recognize social diversity and integrate it into our business model through policies, initiatives and a philosophy of respect and collaboration.
In 2021 we have been recognized with the HRC Equidad MX distinction, becoming one of the 9 companies in the pharmaceutical industry with this distinction in Mexico.
This certification has as its main objective to increase LGBT labor inclusion, evaluating 3 elements:
During the health crisis, we have provided continuous information on care and prevention measures to our employees, providing personal protective equipment and free tests to people who require them.
We carried out actions in favor of the most vulnerable groups. During 2020, Maypo delivered food to family members and patients being treated in public hospitals in the south of the city.
During the pandemic we delivered Personal Protective Equipment to UNAM medical interns, health institutions and medical personnel.
We partnered with the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) to provide 300 medical interns located in highly marginalized areas with a personal protection kit (masks, gowns, gloves, and face shields). These doctors carry out their Social Service at clinical sites of the Mexican Social Security Institute, the Ministry of Health and the State Health Services, located in 175 rural communities in Chiapas, Durango, Estado de México, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Tlaxcala, Veracruz and Zacatecas, as well as in 11 municipalities of Mexico City.