Orebits Ledger Participant Charter
The business principles of Orebits Corp. are based around quality, unity and integrity. They apply to all of our activities and staff world-wide, and describe our culture and personality both internally and externally, the way we work and what we stand for.
We focus on providing consistently high quality digitized ownership claims for "conflict free," unrefined, precious metal reserves to clients from a united, global perspective, delivering final products and services that meet the highest professional, ethical and business standards.
We expect, in turn, the same levels of integrity from our Pool Participants. We are committed to provide our services to only those precious metal claim holders whose principles match our own. Our Pool Participants are therefore required to comply with all applicable laws and, in all cases, to meet the standards and principles set out below across all areas of their business. Compliance with such laws, standards and principles is a material consideration for us in assessing every aspect of our supplier relationships.
Anti-bribery and Corruption:
Our Pool Participants must comply with all applicable laws (including, where relevant, the UK Bribery Act 2010, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 1977 and the Canadian Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (as amended) 1998) relating to the prevention of bribery, corruption, fraud or similar or related activities.
Diversity and Inclusion:
Our Pool Participants must comply with all applicable discrimination laws and actively promote diversity and inclusion within their own workplace, including in recruitment, retention and promotion practices.
Health and Safety:
Our Pool Participants must comply with all applicable health and safety laws and aim to create a safe working environment for its employees and anyone else affected by their businesses.
Our Pool Participants, whether directly or through their supply chain, must comply with all applicable human rights related laws in respect of their employees , conduct their business activities in a manner which respects human rights as set out in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the core conventions of the International Labour Organization and must not hold another person in slavery or servitude, employ, engage or otherwise use forced or compulsory labour, trafficked labour or child labour; nor engage in or condone the use of corporal punishments or mentally, physically or sexually abusive or inhumane treatment of workers.
Our Pool Participants must comply with all applicable environmental laws and continually strive to improve their sustainability performance, focusing on reduction (as appropriate) of waste, carbon emissions, water and natural resources consumption.
Pool Participants must comply with this Pool Participant Charter at all times, monitor compliance, notify us of any breaches and take reasonable steps to address, remedy and prevent repetition of any breach of the Pool Participant Charter principles. We reserve the right to verify compliance with the above principles and expect our Pool Participants to cooperate and provide supporting evidence as we may reasonably require.