Good Corporate Practices
Code of conduct
The Peruvian Association of Agricultural Guilds and its associated guilds are committed to comply with this Code of Conduct approved by the Board of Directors – May 12, 2015:
The horticultural and agricultural production, transformation and commercialization in general, must be done in compliance with the applicable law.
The balance of legitimate business and productive interests seeks to provide quality of life and sustainable development within the society by fully respecting the human rights.
The supply of safety and quality food is our work and the respect for people and their welfare is an essential aspect of it.
The creation of formal job opportunities compliant with occupational health and safety are key elements when managing all our activities.
Our work is to be recognized for respecting the human being regarding its privacy, individuality and dignity, as well as for the rejection of prejudiced attitudes related to origin, culture, religion, social class, sector and any other way of discrimination.
The productive use of resources and being environmentally friendly are the bases for a healthy and sustainable development, which we look to achieve.
The value given for members, workers, customers and society, in general, is related to the market economy and free competition.
The businesses purposes must be achieved by considering the general interest, the applicable legislation and the principles of equity, veracity and transparency by rejecting any act of corruption.
Crime Prevention Policy
AGAP is committed to fully comply with the Law and to be ethical, therefore we implemented the Crime Prevention Policy under the Law 30424 and its regulations in order to reject any act of corruption in accordance with the applicable criminal law.
This Crime Prevention Policy is based on five (5) axes established by the anti-corruption regulations:
Our Reporting Channels:
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ComplianceProgram for Free Competition
In compliance with Supreme Decree No. 030-2019-PCM, Supreme Decree that approves the Single Ordained Text of the Law for the Repression of Anticompetitive Behaviors and in accordance with Indecopi’s Guide for Trade Unions & Free Competition, AGAPhas implemented the Free Competition Compliance Program, which consists of:
The appointment of a compliance officer
Risk assessment and management
The preparation of a list of Do’s and Don’ts and a Code of Conduct for Free Competition
The development of training workshops aimed at staff, managers and directors of AGAP’s members.
In the event of any irregularity that violates AGAP’s Code of Conduct for Free Competition (access here), contact AGAP’s Regulatory Affairs and Development Group (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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