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PTT Supplier Sustainable Code of Conduct
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PTT Public Company Limited (“PTT”)’s mission is to conduct the business efficiency with good corporate governance though being a good corporate citizen to protect environment and improve quality of life of the communities to ensuring the company long-term sustainability growth. For that reason, PTT is committed to ensuring that the working conditions in PTT’s supply chain are safe, people is treated equally with respect and dignity, and the operating process are environmentally responsible.       
 
“PTT Supplier Sustainable Code of Conduct” is drawing upon internationally recognized standards in order to advance social and environmental responsibility. Therefore, PTT’s suppliers are obligated, in all of their activities, to operate in full compliance with the laws and regulations of the countries in which they operates while upholding the PTT policies concerning compliance with all applicable laws, Business Ethics, Human Rights, Health and Safety and Environment as indicated in each subsection of this code.
 
 
 
 
1. Business Eitegrity:
 
PTT’s suppliers must be committed to conduct their business with ethical standards, which include:
1.1 Business Ethics and Transparency:  

Expectation

As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
§  Fair Operating Practices, by maintaining the highest standards of integrity in all business interactions. Corruption,
     extortion, and embezzlement are strictly prohibited which may result in contract termination and further legal action.
§  Anti-corruption, by not tolerating, permitting, or engaging in bribery, corruption, or unethical practices whether in dealings
     with public officials or individuals in the private sector. Suppliers and contractors are prohibited from providing any forms
     of financial and non-financial payments to government officials. of financial and non-financial payments to government officials.
§  Conflict of Interest, by disclosing any suspected or actual conflicts of interest to PTT with relevant evidence. If PTT approves
     a case as an actual conflict of interest, the approval decision will be documented.a case as an actual conflict of interest,
     the approval decision will be documented. 
§  Intellectual Property, by not sharing PTT’s intellectual property, confidential information or any other knowledge acquired
     with respect to PTT’s business (including information developed by suppliers/contractors and information relating to products,
     customers, suppliers, pricing, costs, know-how, strategies, programs, processes, and practices).with respect to PTT’s business
     (including information developed by suppliers/contractors and information relating to products, customers, suppliers, pricing,
     costs, know-how, strategies, programs, processes, and practices).
§  Confidentiality and Data Protection, by executing a confidentiality agreement with PTT prior to the exchange of any confidential
      information. Suppliers and contractors are expected to maintain appropriate information security policies and procedures to
      ecure access to PTT information. Any cases of unauthorized disclosure of confidential information, whether intentional or
      accidental, must be immediately reported to PTT. 
§  Financial Integrity, by maintaining accurate and transparent financial records in accordance with standard accounting practices.
     Financial records must be readily available for inspection during announced and unannounced audits by PTT
     or authorized third-party representatives.
PTT expects its suppliers and contractors to refer to the Corporate Governance Ethical Standards and Code of Business Ethics for further details and supporting references.
 
1.2 Quality Standards
 
Expectation
 
            As a As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
            §   Delivering products and services that meet agreed requirements with PTT and all applicable
                requirements as defined by regulatory agencies. requirements as defined by regulatory agencies.
            §  Full responsibility for the quality of the products or services provided to PTT.

        §  Full responsibility for the quality of products and services provided by their suppliers,  
                subcontractors,
 service providers, and raw materials. 
           
§  Collabourating with PTT on the continuous improvement of products and services quality for the mutual 
              
benefit of the company and suppliers/ contractors.  

 

1.3 Legal Compliance

Expectation

            As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
           
§   Complying with all applicable national and/or local laws and regulations, including but not limited 
               
to labor, immigration, occupational health and safety and the environment. 
        § 
Maintaining all the necessary licenses and permits to operate in compliance with international, 
                national and local laws and regulations applicable to its business operations.national and local laws and  
                regulations applicable to its business operations.regulations applicable to its business operations.
                §  
Notifying PTT upon receiving notification of any regulatory inspection or legal action relating to suppliers
                or contractors’ business activities with PTT.

1.4 Business Continuity
 
Expectation
             As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:As a minimum, 
             PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
            § Implementing a business continuity plan that is maintained and tested to ensure the supply of products
                and services at all times, including situations of unplanned additional demand and in the event of  
                major services at all times, including situations of unplanned additional demand and in the event of major 
                disruptions to operations.
            § 
Maintaining reserves of PTT products and services to fulfill urgent purchasing orders.
            §   Ensuring speed of assistance to PTT in cases of production stalls or interruptions.
 
 
 
2. Corporate Social Responsibility:
 
2.1 Human Rights
 
Expectation
               As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:          
            § Freedom of Labour, by not engaging or employing people, under any circumstances, against their own
                  free will.
               § Freedom of Association, by respecting the legal right of employees to become members of a labour
                  union or otherwise.
            § Prevention of Child Labour, by not employing children below the legal minimum age requirement of
                   any country. If the local law does not establish a minimum age, employees must be at least fifteen (15)
                   years of age. Employees must be at least eighteen (18) years of age to perform night work or hazardous 
                   work, except where permitted by local laws  
               § Wages and Benefits, by complying with all applicable laws related to employee compensation,
                   including those related to minimum wage, overtime hours and legally mandated benefits.
            § Working Hours, by complying with local laws or agreements regarding working hours, overtime hours, 
                  and work during holidays.and work during holidays.
            § Non-Discrimination, by respecting diversity in the workplace and not engaging in any form of 
                  discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, color, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, 
                  political affiliation, or disability in hiring and employment practices.
            § Layoff practices that are managed in accordance with labour laws. Suppliers and contractors must not 
                  unfairly terminate any employment contract without valid reasons, which must legally be related to
                  an employee’s work performance.
            § Humane Treatment, by respecting workers’ rights and ensuring no harsh and inhumane treatment, 
                  including any form of mental or physical coercion, or verbal abuse of workers.
            § Foreign or Migrant Workers, where if foreign or migrant workers are engaged, they are to be 
                  employed in full compliance with the labour and immigration laws of the host country. Prior to hiring, 
                  the basic terms of employment must be provided to workers in their native language or a language in 
                  which they understand. Passports and other forms of personal identification must remain in the worker’s 
                  possession at all times and are never to be withheld by suppliers, facilities or any third party.employed in
                  full compliance with the labour and immigration laws of the host country. Prior to hiring, the basic terms of
                  employment must be provided to workers in their native language or a language in which they understand.
                  Passports and other forms of personal identification must remain in the worker’s possession at all times and
                  are never to be withheld by suppliers, facilities or any third party.
            § Establishing grievance mechanisms that provide a means of anonymous grievance reporting and 
                  appropriate follow-up measures while protecting the confidentiality of the complainant. appropriate follow-up
                  measures while protecting the confidentiality of the complainant.
            § Promoting positive labour relations between employers and employees from the beginning to end of
                  employment, including the process of contract signing, work assignments, employee management,  
                  probation period, opportunities for development, a good work environment, talent attraction and retention, probation period, opportunities for development, a good work environment, talent attraction and retention, 
                  pay raises, welfare and benefits, transfers, and end of employment.
 
 
2.2 Social Responsibility
 
Expectation
               As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:   
 
 § Managing impacts on health, safety, and community security throughout the entire project cycle, from project planning to execution, production, logistics, decommission and demolition, and decommissioning.
 § Respecting surrounding communities and contributing positive benefits to societies in which they operate. 
 § Participating where possible, in voluntary, industrial, governmental or community-based corporate responsibility initiatives.
 
 
 
 
3. Safety
 
3.1 Occupational Health and Safety:
 
 Expectation
                      As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:   
 § Managing production and service operations that adhere to relevant safety standards, to ensure their own safety and that of others, while also complying with relevant laws and regulations on occupational health, safety, and the environment.
 § Ensuring that all operational facilities and working environment are safe, hygienic, and regularly maintained. Personal protective equipment is to be provided appropriate to the nature of work or hazard. Procedures and systems are in place to manage, monitor and report occupational injuries and illnesses, including near-miss incidents and substandard acts/conditions in written form.
 § Implementing a monitoring process to ensure that work practices comply with relevant safety laws and policies of suppliers and contractors or other applicable regulations (both internally and externally to the organization), including undergoing regular audits, and the monitoring and reporting of activities and safety performance effectiveness.
 § Communicating and creating awareness of risks, control measures, regulations and safety standards among their employees and subcontractors. Information should be provided on potential hazards of operating equipment, products and services prior to delivery and in all instances of changes.
These expectations are general in application, and should be adopted by suppliers and contractors in conjunction with other applicable SSHE standards issued by PTT.

3.2 Security and Emergency Preparedness

Expectation
 
As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
 
 § Observing strict requirements for the selection of security forces.
 § Identifying and assessing emergency situations to prepare plans and response procedures that minimize the impacts of emergency situations, which encompass: preparation, responses, post-emergency recovery, equipment, communication and evacuation procedures, worker training and drills, etc.
 § Notifying immediately to PTT, where situations may become liable to PTT (such as oil spills and leakages, incompliance with operating permit, occupational injuries, fires, grievances, loss of assets, etc.), while conducting business with PTT or operating in PTT boundaries.
PTT expects its suppliers and contractors to apply these safety standards and emergency preparedness procedures in conjunction with other applicable Security Safety and Health standards issued by PTT to prevent potential impacts from business operations to employees, suppliers or contractors, society and the environment.
 
 
 
4. Environmental Management:
 

4.1 Pollution Prevention and Resource Reduction

Expectation

As a minimum, PTT expects our suppliers and contractors to maintain a strong commitment to:
 § Complying with environmental laws, regulations and standards; obtaining and maintaining permits, conducting regular audits, sampling and monitoring of relevant parameters are within their applicable legal limits such as air emissions, noise, wastewater discharge, soil and groundwater quality, ecosystem preservation
 § Establishing protection standards and reducing environmental impacts from production, services and logistics throughout the entire operational cycle, by adhering to pollution prevention principles that include minimizing generation of waste, waste water, air emission, including efficient resource use.
 § Implementing monitoring and reporting of environmental performance, such as greenhouse gas accounting, raw material and energy consumption, waste generation, waste water discharges, and air emissions.
 § Reducing climate change impacts from greenhouse gases emissions.
 § Preventing accidental releases of hazardous materials into the environment and creating adverse impacts on surrounding communities.
 § Eliminating and reducing the use of restricted, toxic and hazardous constituents/substances in products and services
 § Promoting greater environmental responsibility and collaborating with PTT on the development of PTT Group’s green products and services, and conducting business with environmental or social benefits to ensure the long-term sustainability of business of the company.
 
PTT expects its suppliers and contractors to apply these environmental standards, including climate change, product safety standards, biodiversity position in conjunction with other applicable Environment standards issued by PTT to prevent potential impacts from business operations to the environment.