Standard Of Ethics

Dinco’s success depends on our reputation for ethical business performance. Our Code of Ethics is to help ensure that we conduct business fairly and honestly and interact ethically with each of involved people – including employees, clients, suppliers, competitors, governments and communities. The Code describes our standards, rules and principles which help us understand the way we do business at Dinco.

SPECIFIC ETHICAL STANDARDS

I. OFFER OR RECEIVE COMMISSION, BRIBERY

WARNING DISCIPLINES

1. Offer gifts and / or anything of money values to superiors or managers of the company in any form.
2. Not record or fail to make clear, transparent, correct financial papers and / or explanations to Accounting section with regard to all transactions including expenses for gift, customers, etc..

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Directly or indirectly receive commission, bribery sums from customers, partners, suppliers, sub-contractors.
2. Collude with customers, partners, suppliers, sub-contractors to receive commission, bribery sums
3. Propose payment or promise to offer gifts to any customer, partner, supplier, sub-contractor.
 

II. MAKE CORRUPT USE OF THEIR POSITIONS IN THE COMPANY TO GAIN PERSONAL BENEFITS

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Sell and / or purchase types of materials, equipment, plants including winding-up goods, materials of the company and of involved customers, investors, partners, suppliers and sub-contractors to serve personal, group or association’s spending purposes. Sale or purchase mentioned herein must be carried out in accordance with procedures of Sales & Planning Department (Material   Section) under the direction of Managers and the money must be contributed into the company fund.
2. Make corrupt use of personal position in the company to use or hire (visible or invisible) the company’s types of assets, vehicles, resources, pictures for personal, group association and family’s purposes.
3. Use influences from his /her own position to gain personal benefits such as commission, bribery sums including provide, reveal a part or the whole of important information to help partners, suppliers, sub-contractors capture the company’s contract
4. Borrow money from daily workers or sub-contractors in any form.

III. HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Cover up for negative actions, behaviors that violating ethical policy.
2. Carry out actions of threatening and persecution of colleges in reporting negative actions, behaviors that violating ethical policy.
3. Stake, gamble in any form during and outside working hours.
4. Use drug, stimulant, alcohol at workplace.
5. Be involved in or permit violence at workplace.

IV. PROTECT CUSTOMER'S INTERESTS

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Any action involves stealing quality and / or quantity of materials, project of the customers.
2. Provide, release wrong, unfounded information that may affect customers’ interests.
3. Establish or work at other companies of same profession or other companies involved and use information, documentation of the company to take part in tender, offer price…in oreder to get contract in any form.

V. HONESTY

WARNING DISCIPLINES

1. Provide wrong information for superiors, partners, staff, inferior that may causes bad consequences for the company, partners, customers.

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Any employee who has deceitful actions in timekeeping and / or checking in/out for others.
2. Books and recording document of the company must be recorded in a perfect, accurate and reliable manner in accordance with common accepted accounting principles. Any employee who forges, conceals, covers up, falsifies document, papers shall be dismissed and bears personal legal responsibility.

VI.  SECCURITY PINCIPLES

DISMISSAL DESCIPLINES

1. Release confidential information of the company to gain benefits including delicate issues such as: tender (price, detailed price of tender package…), list of suppliers, value of goods procurement, accounting data except for information required by the authority such as financial statements.. …
2. Enquire about, announce, discuss in a widespread and inconclusive way of personal income of his / her own or of other people which causes negative effects on working results of employees.
3. Access to any system or data base that contains personal information such as: personnel documentation, emails, messages of colleges unless being permitted by direct managers or Board of Directors.