__Ethics and Code of Conduct Course - US.Hourly

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Published on July 28, 2014

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WELCOME: WELCOME Ethics and Code of Conduct Training Program The Big Picture : The Big Picture Clear ethical guidelines Consistent ethical leadership Clear path for reporting Poole’s Rules Section 1 – Our Core Values: Section 1 – Our Core Values Integrity Honesty Respect Dynamic Culture Passion Ernie Poole, founder of PCL 1883 - 1964 Section 2 – Our Commitment: Section 2 – Our Commitment That each employee, officer, and director commits to abide by our Code of Conduct. Section 3 – Obey the Law: Section 3 – Obey the Law We will conduct our business in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. Ignorance is not an excuse! Section 4 – Act Ethically: Section 4 – Act Ethically Ask yourself, “Am I obeying the law?” “Am I being fair and honest?” “How would this look in the news?” “What would I tell my child to do?” Does this support PCL’s Code of Conduct? Section 5 – Promote a Positive and Ethical Work Environment: Section 5 – Promote a Positive and Ethical Work Environment Do what’s right Respect others Perform with high standards Create a safe workplace Harassment and Discrimination Policy: Harassment and Discrimination Policy Harassment – anything that creates an intimidating, hostile, threatening, or offensive work environment, such as: Workplace Violence Sexual Harassment Verbal or Written Abuse Harassment and Discrimination Policy: Harassment and Discrimination Policy Owners Architects Sub-trades The Company Employees 3 rd Parties Everyone! Section 6 – Avoid Conflicts of Interest: Section 6 – Avoid Conflicts of Interest Avoid anything that may impair your ability to be fair and honest in the workplace Do not use company property or information for personal gain Section 7 – Recordkeeping: Section 7 – Recordkeeping Do not misrepresent facts or falsify company records YOU are responsible for ensuring that your timekeeping records are accurate Daily reports and quantity reporting must be thorough and accurate Section 16 – Protect Proprietary and Confidential Information: Section 16 – Protect Proprietary and Confidential Information Keep company/jobsite information confidential Use company/jobsite information only for project related purposes Do not remove project drawings, photographs, or other information from the jobsite CONFIDENTIAL Section 17 – Use of Assets: Section 17 – Use of Assets Company assets are for project use only Section 19 – Report Unethical Conduct: Section 19 – Report Unethical Conduct It is your job to report unethical, dishonest, or illegal activity. “ Ethisphere magazine ranked PCL’s Code of Conduct as among the best among U.S. contractors.” What to Report?: What to Report? Accounting irregularities Conflict of interest or other unethical business conduct Theft or fraud Violation of laws, rules and regulations Violation of professional standards or internal policies A risk to health or safety A risk to the environment Harassment or discrimination Workplace violence Any matter of concern that you believe is a breach of the Code of Conduct How to Report: How to Report Contact your supervisor first OR Contact the Ethics Hotline No Retaliation: No Retaliation PowerPoint Presentation: If You Don’t Know, Don’t Do It! Ask for help or guidance Questions / Answers Please be sure to complete the sign-out form. : Questions / Answers Please be sure to complete the sign-out form.

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