Bribery Act Policy Template

Bribery Act Policy

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This Bribery Act Policy is a key tool for businesses in ensuring compliance with the Bribery Act. The policy addresses important bribery-related matters including gifts and hospitality, payments to officials, and political and charitable donations.

The Bribery Act 2010 came into force on 1st July 2011 with the principle aim of preventing acts of bribery and cleaning up business practices both in the UK and abroad.

The Bribery Act imposes a number of requirements and obligations upon business, particularly those dealing across borders and/or with public officials. From top-level management to employees, agents, subcontractors and other third-party associates, the responsibility for avoiding bribery and corruption applies throughout an organisation.

By implementing this corporate policy in conjunction with appropriate training at all levels and, where appropriate, in combination with related policies from Simply-docs, you can take significant and important steps towards ensuring that your business is in compliance with this important legislation.

This Bribery Act Policy contains the following sections:

1. Purpose
2. Bribery
3. Consequences of Bribery
4. Responsibility for Compliance and Scope of Policy
5. Facilitation Payments
6. Gifts and Hospitality
7. Charitable Donations
8. Political Donations
9. Due Diligence and Risks

This document is duplicated in the Employment folder in the Employment Policies and HR Forms group and the Business Folder in Legal and Business Forms.

This policy is in open format.

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