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Conduct Training
USFGS - United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines, SOX - Sarbanes Oxley Act, FAR - Federal Acquisition Regulation
All Learners
Code of Conduct
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Ethical conduct by your third parties is integral to the success of your own organization. Your third parties are an extension of your workforce. This course is designed to help you clearly communicate your organization’s expectations to suppliers, distributors, consultants, agents, service providers and other third parties that do business with you or on your behalf. It addresses a range of critical compliance issues including: anti-bribery and anti-corruption, antitrust and competition, confidential information, environmental compliance, discrimination and harassment, and health and safety. It reinforces your organization’s commitment to operating honestly and in full compliance with the law.

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  • Third Parties
Third Parties

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Expectation that third parties will not give or receive bribes
  • Rules for gifts and entertainment
  • Importance of transparency and accountability in recordkeeping
  • Compliance with antitrust and competition laws
  • Importance of protecting confidential information
  • Upholding import and export laws
  • Protecting the environment
  • Compliance with fair labor and workplace practices
  • Committing to a harassment-free, discrimination-free workplace
  • Respecting human rights
  • Reporting violations

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Third Party Risk Management: Code of Conduct Basics

Third-party business partners (such as vendors, agents, suppliers, distributors and others) are introduced to important ethics and compliance obligations, this burst includes content on the importance of understanding the organization’s code, policies and the law, and how employees can use the code to make better- informed and more-ethical decisions, as well as the consequences of violating the code, policies or the law.

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What is a Code?

Real people answers questions about what a code of conduct is and learners are introduced to the code as a great source of information and guidance, the importance of value and acting with integrity, the obligation to read, understand and comply with the code, and the importance of asking questions, and reporting concerns and potential violations internally

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