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DASCOM Business Partner Code of Conduct


DASCOM upholds the highest standards of integrity, safety, and sustainability. This Code of Conduct serves as a commitment from DASCOM and a guide for our business partners, including suppliers, distributors, and agents. We align with the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), the United Nations Global Compact, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Compliance with this Code is essential, and non-adherence may lead to corrective action, including the termination of business relationships.

 I. Integrity

1. Anti-Corruption:

   - Strict prohibition against bribes, kickbacks, or illicit payments in any form.

   - Immediate reporting of any corrupt practices encountered in business dealings.

2. Fair Competition:

   - Adherence to antitrust laws and regulations.

   - Prohibition of agreements that unfairly limit competition or manipulate market dynamics.

3. Honest and Accurate Dealings:

   - Commitment to truthfulness in all representations and communications.

   - Maintenance of accurate and complete records in compliance with legal and accounting standards.

4. Fraud Prevention:

   - Implementation of comprehensive controls to detect and prevent fraudulent activities.

   - Obligation to report suspicious activities or transactions that might indicate fraud.

5. Responsible Sourcing of Materials:

   - Vigilant sourcing practices to ensure materials are ethically obtained.

   - Regular audits of supply chains to prevent indirect support of human rights abuses.

6. Conflict of Interest:

   - Disclosure of any personal or financial interests that might conflict with business dealings.

   - Procedures to manage and resolve conflicts of interest effectively.

7. Trade Controls:

   - Compliance with all trade restrictions, embargoes, and sanctions.

   - Accurate and timely declarations to customs authorities.

8. Intellectual Property:

   - Protection and respect for intellectual property rights.

   - Prohibition of unauthorized use or disclosure of proprietary in