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Anti-Corruption Code of Ethics and Conduct

The fight against corruption has become an essential element in modernizing the economy, which is why the Le Bélier Group has created a program to identify and prevent any potential violations, such as influence-peddling and corruption.

This is the background against which we have drawn up this Code of Ethics and Conduct, to prevent and fight all forms of corruption and to assist and support you in your everyday activities.

I do request that each of you, whatever your position within the organization, whatever your job, whatever the country in which you work, will be equally committed to this code and to complying with it.

This code of conduct defines and illustrates the different types of prohibited behaviors set out the Whistleblower Procedure available to you as well as our gift and invitation policy and device on conflicts of interests. It is important that each and every one of us acts to protect the reputation and image of our company by adopting an ethical conduct. Respecting these values contributes to the positive reputation of the Group and to its performance.

Non-compliance with the measures set out in this code may have serious consequences for the Group and is therefore likely to be sanctioned by disciplinary measures.

This code represents our promise to behave in an honorable, fair and honest manner.

Non à la corruption



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Suppliers Responsibility Policy

Le Bélier expects all of its suppliers to engage in responsible supply chain practices and to comply with this Suppliers Responsibility Policy.

The suppliers of Le Bélier must apply applicable laws, rules and regulations in the countries in which they operate and must maintain suitable measures to ensure compliance with such laws, rules and legal regulations.

In particular, they must:

  • Ensure that human rights are preserved
  • Reject any form of slavery or human trafficking and any forced labor, not accept employment or engagement of people against their own free will
  • Not allow child labor at any phase of production or processing
  • Avoid all form of discrimination
  • Recognize the right of all employees to form and join associations of their own choosing and to bargain collectively
  • Ban corruption and don’t tolerate any form of bribery
  • Comply with environment legal requirements; show voluntary commitment to environment protection by implementing an Environmental Management System
  • Ensure that the products sold don’t incorporate “conflict mineral” (tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold) sourced from entities which directly or indirectly finance conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries.
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