The ORLEN Group has in place effective functional control, risk management and compliance supervision systems, as well as an internal audit and control function. The simultaneous operation of all those systems and functions allows the Group to exercise ongoing and effective supervision to prevent corruption, illegal bonuses or conflicts of interests.
ORLEN is committed to building an ethical work environment. In May 2021, the ‘Core Values and Standards of Conduct of ORLEN’ were replaced by a new Code of Ethics. The document presents the key considerations relating to ethics at the Company. The Code of Ethics defines the values and standards of conduct which ORLEN Group employees undertake to respect: Responsibility, Progress, People, Energy and Dependability. These values have not changed.
In 2018, the ORLEN Group adopted an Anti-Corruption Policy and appointed an Anti-Corruption Compliance Officer. Our trading partners, when entering into business relationships with ORLEN, are required to become familiar with the policy and rules for counteracting corruption.
The Corporate Governance ESG indicators are presented in the Integrated Report: