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  • The Code of Conduct defines for all employees, contractors and suppliers what behaviour is expected of them and what behaviour is considered unacceptable.

    • Code of Conduct for all employees and contractors.
      The Code of Conduct outlines a set of general business ethics and standards of professional behaviour applicable to all directors, employees and contractors of Port Authority of New South Wales.

    • Code of Conduct for all suppliers  
      The purpose of this Supplier Code of Conduct (Supplier Code) is to clearly articulate Port Authority’s expectations and requirements for all third party suppliers, consultants, business partners and contractors engaged to supply goods or services to or on behalf of Port Authority, including in relation to diversity & inclusion, anti-bribery & corruption, and human rights & modern slavery.

     

    Sponsorship, gifts & membership policy

    Sponsorship, gifts & member policy provides guidelines and procedures to assist managers in considering requests for sponsorships or payment of memberships or for gifts; and to ensure that consistent standards are applied for the benefit of the Corporation and its employees.

    References:

    • Port Authority of New South Wales Enterprise Agreement 2010-2014
    • Marine Pilots Enterprise Agreement 2010-2013
    • Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994