Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

We at Inglett & Stubbs International are committed to conducting our business affairs with honesty and integrity and in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in countries in which we operate.

This commitment covers all our relationships, including those with auditors, competitors, customers, agents, employees, governments, public agencies and enterprises, international public organizations, the public, the Company’s owners, subcontractors, and vendors. In keeping with this commitment, neither employees nor others either acting on the Company’s behalf or performing services for the Company shall knowingly conduct business that is not in the full spirit of honest, ethical, and lawful behavior, nor shall any employee cause another individual to act otherwise.

Within this framework of honest, ethical, and lawful behavior, all Company-related business shall solely serve the best interests of the Company. The Company has adopted this Code of Business Ethics and Conduct to summarize those activities or relationships that could be considered unethical or illegal or would create a conflict of interest and to provide for the disclosure of such activities.

We will enforce this Code fairly and without prejudice at all levels. All investigations of employee-referred violations shall be conducted in private, by ISI staff or with outside assistance, as appropriate, so as not to reveal the identity of the referring employee or the accused employee, unless necessary for the successful conclusion of the investigation or required by law. No employee will be subjected to retaliation, or discipline solely because of reporting violations of this Code or participating in investigations, absent knowingly filing a false report.

All officers, directors and employees will be provided with a copy of this Code, the receipt of which shall be acknowledged by signing the enclosed Code of Ethics and Business Conduct Acknowledgement Form. Signed forms are to be forwarded to Human Resources for inclusion in such person’s personnel file. All officers, directors and employees should thereafter be sensitive to any circumstance that might result in actual or potential violation of any of the standards set forth in the Code and shall notify either their immediate supervisor, the Corporate Ethics Officer, or the President of the firm.  The Company also expects its suppliers (e.g. vendors, contractors and consultants) to be guided by the standards set forth in this Code when representing, acting, or performing services for the Company.

Click on the adjacent document to download the full ISI Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

Combatting Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Inglett & Stubbs International is fully committed to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to provide confidence that Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery do not exist in our supply chain.  We have established strict guidelines and policies not only for our employees, but also our vendors and subcontractors.  See the attached Combatting Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Code to the left.

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