Supplier Code of Conduct

Last Updated: November 2020

Jogser Cruise Gaming Academy has epitomized the true spirits of Business Ethics in its interactions with all its stakeholders – be it the Clients, Suppliers, Employees, Business partners and the Government. Jogser follows the Code of Conduct and expects all suppliers to adhere to the principles of Code of Conduct. For this purpose, Jogser has drawn up this Supplier Code of Conduct. “Supplier” here means any business, company, corporation, person or other entity that provides, sells, or seeks to sell, any kind of goods or services to Jogser, including the Supplier’s employees, agents and other representatives.

Products and Services

The Supplier shall be committed to supplying products and services of high quality that meet all applicable standards. The products and services offered shall comply with applicable laws, including product packaging, labelling and after-sales service obligations. The Supplier shall market its products and services on their own merits and not make unfair or misleading statements about the products and services of competitors.

Regulatory compliance

The Supplier shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations, both in letter and in spirit, in all the territories in which it operates.

Bribery and Corruption

The Supplier shall not engage in any form of bribery or corruption.

Forced labour

The Supplier shall not use forced or slave labour of any type

Health and Safety

The Supplier shall strive to provide a safe, healthy, and clean working environment for its employees.


The Supplier shall strive for environmental sustainability, consumption of water and energy, and the management of waste and hazardous materials. The Supplier shall endeavour to offset the effect of climate change in its activities.

Gifts and Hospitality

Business gifts and hospitality are sometimes used in the normal course of business activity. However, if offers of gifts or hospitality (including entertainment or travel) are frequent or of substantial value, they may create the perception of, or an actual conflict of interest or an ‘illicit payment’. Therefore, gifts and hospitality given or received should be modest in value, appropriate, and compliant with the law and company policies. Jogser employees will decline any offer of gift or hospitality that does not comply with the Jogser gifts and hospitality policy.

Third party representation

The Supplier shall not be authorised to represent Jogser without the written permission of Jogser Cruise Gaming Academy. Authorised representatives of Jogser are expected to abide by the Jogser Code of Conduct in their interaction with, and on behalf of Jogser, including the confidentiality of information shared with them.

Conflict of interest

The Supplier shall not enter into a financial or any other relationship with a Jogser employee that creates any actual or potential conflict of interest for Jogser. The Supplier understands that a conflict of interest arises when the material personal interests of the Jogser employee are inconsistent with the responsibilities of his/her position with the company. All such conflicts must be disclosed and corrected. Even the appearance of a conflict of interest can be damaging to Jogser and to the Supplier, and are to be disclosed and approved in advance by Jogser management.

Protecting company assets

The assets of Jogser shall not be misused; they shall be employed primarily and judiciously for the purpose of conducting the business for which they are duly authorised. These include tangible assets such as equipment, systems, facilities, materials and resources, as well as intangible assets such as proprietary information, intellectual property, and relationships with value-chain partners of Jogser.

Supply chain

The Supplier is expected to implement its own binding code of conduct, and is expected to make reasonable efforts to promote the principles of this code in its own supply chain.


The Supplier shall maintain adequate documentation to demonstrate compliance with the principles of this code, and allow access to Jogser to check compliance upon request with reasonable notice.

Reporting violations

The Supplier shall notify Jogser regarding any known or suspected improper behaviour by the Supplier relating to its dealings with Jogser, or any known or suspected improper behaviour by Jogser employees by email to: Reported viloations will be treated confidentially without retaliation. 

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