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Environmental Refuelling Systems Inc.
#1210, 250-6th Avenue SW
Calgary Alberta T2P 3H7
This policy has been established to state ERS’s commitment to the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct in all of its activities and to outline the process for the submission, treatment, and retention of complaints or concerns regarding accounting, internal control, auditing, environmental and safety matters or any dishonest or fraudulent acts (collectively “Concerns”).
Scope of Matters Covered
This policy applies to all employees, officers, directors, consultants, contractors and agents of ERS (collectively “Personnel”). It is also intended to provide a method for other external stakeholders to voice their concerns regarding ERS’s business conduct.
The policy provides a mechanism for the confidential, anonymous submission of Concerns by ERS’s Personnel or external stakeholders regarding any questionable matters including, without limitation, the following:
- deficiencies in or noncompliance with the Company’s obligations related to environmental and safety matters;
- suspected violations of the law, whether civil or criminal;
- suspected violations of corporate policies or ERS’s Code of Conduct;
- harassment or other inappropriate workplace conduct;
- theft of any kind, including fuel, parts, consumables;
- risk to ERS’s assets, property or resources;
- fraud or deliberate error in the preparation, evaluation, review or audit of any financial statement of the Company or any environmental or safety matter;
- fraud or deliberate error in the recording and maintaining of corporate records related to financial, environmental or safety matters; or
- any other concerns regarding ERS’s business practices.
Submission of Concerns
Any person, including Personnel, may submit a Concern to the Company’s Privacy Officer without fear of dismissal or any form of retaliation. The Company will not discharge, demote, suspend, threaten, harass or in any manner discriminate against any person, based upon disclosure of such Concerns if the information is disclosed in good faith.
Any person submitting a Concern may do so on a confidential or anonymous basis, either orally or in writing. The person submitting a Concern should include a telephone number in the submission at which he or she may be contacted if the person requests contact or if the Privacy Officer determines that contact is appropriate. Where the person submitting a Concern wishes to remain anonymous, then a telephone number is not required; however, it may be difficult to adequately investigate the Concern if additional information is required.
To report a confidential complaint, please use the Confidential Complaints form below to submit a complaint to our Privacy Officers.
Treatment of Concerns
Upon receipt of a Concern, the Privacy Officer will:
- determine how the Concern should be reviewed; and
- when possible, acknowledge receipt of the Concern to the submitter.
Concerns shall be reviewed with the involvement of such persons as the Board determines to be appropriate. Confidentiality will be maintained to the fullest extent possible, consistent with the need to conduct an adequate review.
Prompt and appropriate corrective action will be taken when and as warranted in the judgment of the Board. When possible and when determined appropriate by the Board, notice of any corrective action taken will be given to the person who submitted the concern or complaint.
Reporting and Retention of Concerns
The Privacy Officer will maintain a log of all Concerns, tracking their receipt and treatment and will have a periodic summary report prepared for the Board.