The RPSEA Standards of Business Ethics and Conduct policy describes RPSEA’s principles of business ethics and conduct, as well as those practices intended to promote an organizational culture that requires, encourages and rewards ethical conduct and legal compliance.
This policy sets forth general standards for the conduct of RPSEA employees, consultants, subcontractors and suppliers in carrying out RPSEA business and provides guidance on activities of particular interest in the conduct of that business. In addressing certain specific activities, the policy is not intended to be all-encompassing, but rather to highlight core principles of the company’s ethical culture. Ethical behavior is both an individual and a shared responsibility.
RPSEA is committed to conducting its business in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations and in accordance with high standards of business ethics. RPSEA employees are expected to comply and to assist the company in complying with each of these obligations.
Listed below is a summary of the sections in the document.
6.1. Conflicts of Interest
6.3. Expense Reports
6.4. Use of RPSEA and Customer Property, Equipment and Facilities
6.5. Copyrighted or Licensed Materials
6.6. Financial Integrity
6.7. Proper Recording and Disbursement of Funds and Other Assets
6.8. Proprietary Information
6.9. Relationship with Customers and Suppliers (Gifts/Gratuities/Bribes)