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1.2. CoC Compliance with Laws & Regulations
All Pacifico Renewables employees must fully comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
3.1. CoC Working Conditions & Human Rights
Pacifico Renewables is firmly committed to human rights as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Group expects all employees to behave in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and make the Management Board aware of any possible breaches of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
3.2. CoC Non-Discrimination & Equal Opportunity
Pacifico Renewables is committed to create a healthy and nurturing work environment for and with the Group’s employees.
4.1. CoC Environmental Protection
Pacifico Renewables is committed to include sustainability in the Group’s business conduct on all levels. All employees should be dedicated to applying sustainability principles and being mindful of the environmental and social impacts of both the Group and its employees on their environment.
4.2. CoC Fair Competition
Pacifico Renewables supports competitive markets and is committed to fair and open competition. The Group’s employees should always comply with all applicable anti-trust laws in the jurisdictions Pacifico Renewables operates in. Market forces and public regulation guide the prices that the Group receives for its products and services, in particular the electricity it sells, and the Group never collaborates with competitors in a manner that may lead to reduced market competition or illegal price levels.
4.3. CoC Use of Group Resources
The Group’s employees have access to extensive tangible resources and assets, including office equipment, such as laptops, displays and docking stations. They may also have access to intangible resources and assets such as copyrights, intellectual property, knowhow, and confidential information.
5.1. CoC Confidentiality
Employees of Pacifico Renewables will continuously have access to non-public information while working at the Group. Such information is valuable to the Group and relevant stakeholders, with both parties interested in keeping such information undisclosed. Pacifico Renewables therefore seeks to protect such non-public information at all times.
5.3. CoC Data Privacy
Pacifico Renewables is committed to protecting the data privacy of employees and other relevant stakeholders.
5.2. CoC Anti-corruption & Bribery
Pacifico Renewables supports national and international efforts to avoid corruption and ensure free and fair competition. To that end, the Group has introduced the Pacifico Renewables Anti-Corruption Guideline (the “Anti-Corruption Guideline”), which should be always adhered to.
5.4. CoC Financial & Non-financial Reporting
Pacifico Renewables recognizes the need to provide reliable, complete, accurate, and understandable financial and non-financial information. To that end, Pacifico Renewables shall always comply with applicable national and international financial reporting standards. All financial and non-financial data recorded must comply with the laws and regulations of the jurisdiction where the data is recorded. No “off-the-books” assets may be maintained.