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This policy lays out DMC Global Services Group’s principles, standards, and the moral and ethical expectations that employees and third parties are held to as they interact with the organization.
This document will be reviewed and signed confirmation will be obtained from all employees, managers, directors and volunteers while onboarding to the organization.
All employees, managers, directors, and volunteers will act and conduct business consistent with the concepts described within this policy. Failure to abide by these concepts will result in progressive discipline and can result in termination of employment with the organization.
All employees, managers, directors, and volunteers are required to:
- Act with honesty and integrity;
- Maintain confidentiality;
- Comply with all federal, provincial, and municipal laws;
- Comply with all employer policies, procedures, and operational directives;
- Respect and use all company assets in accordance with their proper use and company policy;
- Engage in orderly and appropriate conduct;
- Report all adverse information, complaints, and violations of company policy to your supervisor;
- Make or sign truthful and accurate statements;
- Abstain from the use of controlled drugs and controlled substances under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada);
- Abstain from possessing or consuming alcohol while on duty;
- Maintain a fitness for duty by not consuming alcohol a minimum of eight (8) hours prior to the start of any scheduled shift;
- Maintain a fitness for duty by not consuming cannabis a minimum of eight (8) days prior to the start of any scheduled shift.
All employees, managers, directors, and volunteers licensed under the Security Services and Investigators Ministerial Regulation are additionally required to:
- Comply with the policies of the Security Services and Investigators Program;
- Respect and use all property and equipment in accordance with the terms and conditions of the individual licensee’s license.
- Comply with the terms and conditions of the individual’s license;
- Comply with the business licensee’s code of conduct for individual licensees;
Operational Directive – Verbal orders provided by a supervisory level staff members that address any situation not currently covered by nor conflict with governance documents.
Progressive Discipline – Subject to the companies internal Discipline Policy, Progressive discipline refers to the use of increasing disciplinary actions when managing repeated violation of governance documents.
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada)
Discipline Policy (DMC Global)
Security Services and Investigators Act (Alberta)
Security Services and Investigators Regulation (Alberta)