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Corporate Policy

Zainta Pharmaceuticals  believe that people should be treated with dignity, honesty and fairness. As such, we strive to foster safe working environments that embrace the diversity of people where rights are respected, and every person has an equal opportunity to achieve their full potential. All business must be conducted in the best interests and in accordance with the relevant legislation, industry regulations and guidelines governing transactions and the general conduct of corporate activities.

Some of the major policies of our company are :

 
  • Employees must avoid conflicts of interest between their private activities and the conduct of our business, whether involving themselves or close relatives (spouse, civil partner, adult children or other close relatives). Any potential conflicts of interest must be declared in writing by the employee to their manager or their human resources business partner

  • Employees are responsible for ensuring that our business upholds freedom of association, the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment policies and practices and the elimination of child labour as well as forced and compulsory labour. 

  • Zainta Pharmaceuticals complies with all applicable legislation and regulations to continuously improve our occupational health and safety performance. Employees, contractors and designated third parties as well as suppliers are expected to be conversant and comply with our health, safety aregulations, policies, standards and procedures. 

  • We create value for our shareholders by putting our company’s interests first, maintaining accurate business records, and protecting and properly using company resources, information and propertyActing with responsibility and transparency goes hand-in-hand with protecting our shareholder value. We create value for our shareholders by putting our company’s interests first, maintaining accurate business records, and protecting and properly using company resources, information and property.

  • The company email and all internet-based applications and accounts must be used responsibly to protect the security of our information systems. 

  • Trading or encouraging others to trade on inside information, or giving it to unauthorised parties, is a criminal offence which could lead to fines and/or imprisonment.

  • External communication with the media, shareholders, investors and analysts must be carefully managed.​