Code of Ethics Policy

    The Okomu Oil Palm Company (OOPC) is committed to demonstrating the highest level of regard for business ethics, environmental practices, and full compliance with all applicable laws pertaining to them.
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    This policy is applicable to all stakeholders doing business with, or who are on the premises of OOPC at any time
    CODE OF ETHICS: A written set of guidelines issued by an organization to its staff, management and stakeholders to help them conduct their actions in accordance with its primary values and ethical standards.
    OOPC is committed to:
    • Complying with all international and national legislation, regulations, and OOPC's own policies in conducting its business.
    • Timely, accurate and truthful disclosure of reports and documents filed with or submitted to regulators, and in other public communications made by OOPC.
    • Using its funds and assets for lawful corporate purposes only, and to maintain OOPC's financial integrity.
    • Prohibiting all forms of bribery and corruption among all parties working for or on behalf of OOPC.
    • Prohibiting the employment of all forms of involuntary or underage labour in the production of goods and services.
    • Fair and appropriate disciplinary practices and recognition of the entitlement of all individuals to be treated equitably with dignity and respect.
    • Advocate the right of its employees' to freedom of association and to maintain a workplace free from discrimination, physical or verbal abuse, threats, intimidation and harassment, whilst embracing diversity and respecting the personal dignity, rights and privacy of every employee.
    • Provide a safe and healthy work environment for its employees and managers and encourage adherence to environmental, safety and health rules (as per OOPC Environmental and Safety Aspect procedure GP08).
    • Protect its assets and ensure their efficient use by all persons working for or on behalf of OOPC.
    • Discourage its employees from participating in any decision in which they may be unable to maintain professional objectivity due to conflicts of interest
    • Engage only in fair and open competition, by treating competitors, suppliers, customers, and colleagues with integrity.
    • Encourage its employees to maintain the confidentiality of information entrusted to them, except when disclosure is authorized by the MD or required by laws or regulations
    • Communicate this policy to all persons working for or on behalf of OOPC (as per OOPC communication procedure GP10) and enforce its strict compliance.

The HSE Manager shall implement, monitor and document the provisions of this code.

The Managing Director confirms the commitment and support, along with that of all stakeholders, employees and those working on behalf of the company, to the above policy statement and the effective application and continual compliance with this code of ethics.