The Ethics Committee oversees ASCI's Ethics Management Program's implementation and maintenance and its Code of Ethics.
The Ethics Management Program offers ASCI Members of all classes access to a professionalisation-based Ethics Program including:
The ASCI Ethics Management Program is designed to have formalised structures for ensuring that ASCI and its Members are perceived as fair, honest, responsible and just. It conveys ASCI's corporate values and guidance in ethical dilemmas.
ASCI's Complaints and Disciplinary System's goal is to reinforce the ASCI Code of Ethics to promote ethical behaviour and eliminate unethical behaviour. The enforcement procedures provide a process for receiving, investigating, and adjudicating allegations of a breach of the ASCI Code of Ethics. The objective is to engage in a process that is fair, transparent, responsible, and confidential. The procedures underlying investigation and resolution of complaints or allegations concerning a breach of the Code, subject to any variation required to comply with provincial or territorial legislation.
The Ethics Committee is dedicated to the establishment of shared values, culture, ethos and mindset in the Supply Chain domain.
ASCI Code of Ethics
Standard of Conduct
Terms fo Reference