CORPORATE

Enforcement

PURPOSE OF POLICY

This Disclosure Policy aims to facilitate KEJORA members, contractors, suppliers, agents or any external party to make disclosures related to any Improper Conduct (KTW) to their knowledge and to provide protection on the identity of informants who make KTW disclosures such as under Section 6 of the Whistleblower Protection Act (APPM) 2010.

IMPROPER CONDUCT

Is any conduct that if proven to be:

  1. DISCIPLINARY OFFENSES – Actions that violate discipline
  2. CRIMINAL OFFENCE

Offenses provided for by any criminal law.

Any member of staff or any person who wishes to provide information, they can do so in the following way:

Employees or any person who wishes to provide information or disclose KTW is free to make a complaint.

DEFINITION OF GIFTS

Referring to Service Circular Letter No. 3 of 1998, the definition of gifts includes money, free fare, shares, lottery tickets, travel facilities, entertainment, services, club memberships, any form of commission, hampers, jewelery, ornaments, anything of value given to the officer.

POLICY OBJECTIVES

  1. This policy is created to avoid any perception of a conflict of interest involving any party.
  2. This policy was also developed to create a culture of integrity among KEJORA members in line with the Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP) with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on 4 May 2014.

POLICY IMPLEMENTATION

  • This policy must be complied with by all members of KEJORA, including KEJORA subsidiaries.
  • Through this policy, every member of KEJORA is not allowed to:
  1. Accept any gift in person in various forms from any outside party directly involved with KEJORA.
  2. Give any gift personally in various forms to any outside party directly involved with KEJORA.
  3. However, gifts in the form of corporate souvenirs presented to KEJORA by joint venture partners or from KEJORA to external parties on official business are permitted.