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This Supplier Code of Conduct was last updated on 24 July 2023
We aim to conduct our business operations in a way that seek to respect, protect and promote the full range of human rights. Therefore, we expect all suppliers to have processes in place to prevent, mitigate, and take effective measures to address human rights violations. The suppliers are expected to commit to comply with such internationally recognized standards as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
We are committed to ensure that the workplace is free from all forms of bullying and harassment, whereby everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Our suppliers must ensure that they recognise the right of everyone to be treated with dignity and respect at work and are committed to ensuring that all their employees are free to do their work without bullying and harassment.
We prioritize safety in everything we do and recognise it as a prime consideration for its employees and visitors. We expect our suppliers to prioritize the occupational health and safety of its employees and others who may be affected by the supplier’s activities and meet legal and regulatory requirements.
Storm Aviation recognises the importance of being a responsible and sustainable business that contributes positively to society and healthy environment. We aim to operate ethically, minimize its environmental impact, and support local communities. We expect suppliers to adhere to this statement as well as all applicable environmental laws, regulations and standards. We also encourage suppliers to implement policies and take measures that aim at reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
Suppliers must ensure that all sensitive, confidential and proprietary information is appropriately protected. Suppliers must comply with applicable data privacy laws on the collection, processing and transfer of personal data and information. Suppliers must not use information for any purpose (e.g. advertisement, publicity, and the like) other than the business purpose for which it was provided, unless there is prior authorization from the owner of the information. Suppliers must protect the sensitive, confidential and proprietary information of others, including personal data/ information, from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification and disclosure, through appropriate physical and electronic security procedures, including mitigating emerging risk to information systems by implementing appropriate IT cyber security programmes. Suppliers must report any suspected or actual data breach or security incident as soon they are aware to Storm Aviation individual they do business with.
Suppliers must comply with all the applicable laws governing intellectual property rights assertions, including protection against disclosure. Suppliers are expected to ensure that all sensitive, confidential and proprietary information is appropriately protected. In their relationship with Storm Aviation, suppliers must comply with all applicable data privacy laws and regulations.
Suppliers and their personnel must not use any material or non-publicly disclosed information obtained in the course of their business relationship with Storm Aviation as the basis for trading or for enabling others to trade in the stock or securities of any company.
Suppliers shall protect the sensitive, confidential and proprietary information of others, including personal data/information, from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification and disclosure, through appropriate physical and electronic security procedures, including mitigating emerging risk to information systems by implementing appropriate IT cyber security programmes. Suppliers shall report to Storm Aviation any suspected or actual data breach or security incident as soon they are aware. In order to guarantee the compliance with security requirements, Storm Aviation might carry out audits or send dedicated questionnaires to suppliers.
Bribery and corruption are not accepted in any form. Suppliers (or third parties acting on their behalf) may not make, offer, promise, pay, receive, request or agree to receive, directly or indirectly, any financial or other advantage to any person or entity if it is intended, or could reasonably appear as intended, to influence improper action, obtain or retain business, or secure an improper advantage for Storm Aviation.
We manage business conduct and practices that may pose a conflict among the interests of Storm Aviation, its employees and its suppliers. It is our obligation to be alert to such conflicts and to escalate them as appropriate. We expect our suppliers to maintain similar principles. Suppliers, their employees and their close persons (including family members) cannot receive improper benefits through their relationship with Storm Aviation or allow other activities to conflict with acting in the best interests of Storm Aviation.
Suppliers can report their concerns relating to Storm Aviation ethical misconduct, such as bribery or other improper payments; potential money laundering or other suspicious activity; or inappropriate conflicts of interest, by clicking here. These reports may be made anonymously and confidentially.