Who can use this Code of Conduct?
All UK businesses are required to have a code of conduct regarding bribery in order to comply with the Bribery Act 2011. Having an anti-corruption policy is very useful to demonstrate your efforts to prevent bribery and corruption in your dealings within and outside the UK.
ContractStore produced this Code of Conduct in conjunction with the International Governance & Risk Institute (GovRisk)
What detailed terms does it contain?
Over seven pages, this code covers
- the company’s anti-corruption structure
- hospitality & gifts.
- risk assessment
- due diligence
- communication (including training)
- monitoring & review
A detailed appendix is included, containing
- Summary of the Bribery Act
- Examples of prohibited activities
- Sample Risk Matrix and Register
- Sample Contract Clauses
- Training Schedule
- Entertainment/Hospitality Form
You can help to protect your company from claims for corporate offences under the Act by using a this Code of Conduct to deal with corruption.
For more information, see our Explanatory Notes which you will receive when you download the document from our website.
When I download the document, can I change it and/or use it more than once?
Yes, all ContractStore’s templates are in MS Word and you can use the document on more than one project. For more information, watch the video on this page of our website or see our FAQs
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