In order to increase the effectiveness of the implementation of the internal control system and Good Corporate Governance, the Company makes clear, easy to understand and easy to implement guidelines for the Whistlelowing System by emphasizing disclosure of complaints by all employees (internal parties) and parties external to acts of fraud, violations of the law, Company regulations, code of ethics, and conflicts of interest that occur in the Company.
Complaints by internal and external parties must be based on good faith and not based on personal complaints or prejudice / slander.
Deviations or violations committed by Internal Parties or External Parties that can be reported to the Whistleblowing System include:
- Deviations from the Company's regulations and applicable laws.
- Misuse of office for other interests outside the Company (disclosure of confidential Company information to the media or parties outside the Company).
- Code violations (universal basic principles of right and wrong, knowing what is right and doing the right thing).
- Theft (misappropriation and embezzlement of Company Assets).
- Fraud (corporate product sabotage, falsification of financial records, sales, production, inventory, accounting engineering, etc.).
- Conflict of interest.
- Gratuity / Corruption (accepting bribes, price mark-ups or excessive entertainment from suppliers and customers).
- Acts of violence (threats, discrimination and sexual harassment).
- Environmental Violation.
- Other violations that harm the Company.