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Code of Conduct
The Tasman Resources Limited ("Tasman") Code of Conduct ("Code") underpins the way in which the Company endeavours to enhance shareholder wealth.

The code encourages and fosters a culture of integrity and responsibility with the focus of maintaining our reputation as a valued employer, business partner and corporate citizen, in all our relationships.

This code applies equally to all employees, directors and officers of the Company and should be understood and abided by all concerned.

THE CODE

Integrity

Directors, officers, employees and contractors should consistently maintain their integrity whilst carrying out their duties by avoiding conflicts between their private interests and their responsibilities, in particular:

  • Financial and personal relationships.
  • Receipt of gifts and other benefits.
  • Use of confidential information.
  • External activities and public comment
  • Respect for Persons

    Directors, officers, employees and contractors should approach dealings with other persons equitably and with respect. This involves:

  • Courtesy and responsiveness in dealing with others.
  • Fairness in supervision and dealing with other staff by valuing colleagues and their personal commitment to meet shared objectives.
  • Encouraging cooperation and engaging rational debate to accomplish alternative points of view.
  • Avoiding behaviour that might reasonably be perceived as harassment, bullying or intimidation.
  • Understanding and responding to the needs of our business partners and other stakeholders.
  • Respect for the law and ethics

    Directors, officers, employees and contractors should respect the law and act accordingly by observing and respecting the laws, customs and business methods of all countries in which we operate to the extent that we adhere to the underlying principles of our Code of Conduct. They must also promote ethical behaviour and not engage in any conduct likely to bring discredit to the Company.

    Environment health and safety

    Directors, officers, employees and contractors should take into account the impact of environmental, health and safety issues when making business decisions, in particular compliance with local laws.

    Economy and efficiency

    Directors, officers, employees and contractors should carry out their roles in a cost effective and responsible manner. This includes:

  • Using Tasman property and equipment only for authorised company business
  • Avoiding waste of company resources
  • Maintaining adequate security over Tasman property and resources.
  • Professionalism

    Directors, officers, employees and contractors should carry out their roles in a cost effective and responsible manner. This includes:

  • Endeavouring to achieve the highest standards of performance and adhering to professional codes of conduct where applicable.
  • Exercising care for others in employment-related activities.
  • Taking responsibility for all issues for which we have control.
  • Reporting fraudulent or corrupt activities.


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