Supply Chain Code of Conduct

The Consolidated Contracting Services, Inc. (CCSI) Supply Chain Code of Conduct encompasses several important programs which are essential to CCSI’s success, as well as the success of our subcontractors and suppliers. They include Environment, Human Rights & Social Responsibility, Health & Safety, and Anti-Corruption. These programs contribute to the betterment of social and economic conditions in the communities served by our clients.

CCSI has identified the following critical characteristics and policies as part of the Supply Chain Code of Conduct and vigorously encourages all vendors/subcontractors to adopt these standards.

Regarding the Environment

  • Written environmental policy that provides the company’s vision and obligation to comply with applicable laws and regulations exists
  • Environmental program oversight provided by an officer or majority owner
  • Environmental program addressing conformance of its second tier subcontractors and suppliers to applicable laws, regulations, and legal requirements
  • Internal environmental program compliance audits
  • Documented processes to report spills and releases, investigate environmental violations, and corrective action procedures
  • Environmental performance tracking reports to be made available upon request

Regarding Human Rights and Social Responsibility

  • CCSI requires subcontractors/vendors to respect human rights and comply with all applicable laws and regulations
  • We will not tolerate any unlawful harassment or discrimination in employment
  • Supplier Diversity policy statement which encourages and promotes providing diverse business enterprises (DBEs) such as women, minority, and disabled veteran-owned businesses, the maximum practical opportunity to compete for business
  • Documented Supplier Diversity program
  • Supplier Diversity program oversight is provided by an officer or majority owner
  • Measurable goals for DBEs participation in bid opportunities

Regarding Health and Safety

  • Written safety policy that provides the subcontractor’s and supplier’s vision and obligation to comply with applicable laws and regulations
  • A safety management program
  • Written and implemented injury and illness prevention plan or its equivalent
  • Safety program oversight provided by an officer or majority owner
  • Safety program addressing conformance of its second tier subcontractors and suppliers to applicable laws, regulations, and legal requirements
  • Safety training for employees, subcontractors, and suppliers to include client’s site work rules, safety practices, and safety requirements
  • Documented processes to report injuries, investigate safety violations and injuries, and documented corrective action procedures.
  • Safety reports available upon request

Regarding Anti-Corruption

  • Written Ethics and Compliance or Code of Conduct policy statement
  • Documented Ethics and Compliance program
  • Ethics and Compliance or Code of Conduct policy addressing the obligation to comply with applicable laws and regulations
  • Ethics and Compliance or Code of Conduct program oversight provided by an officer or majority owner
  • Ethics and Compliance or Code of Conduct distributed to all employees
  • Process in place for employees to report issues or concerns regarding legal or ethical violations
  • Policy in place and communicated to employees that prohibit retaliation against employees for raising ethics issues or concerns

Commitment to Responsible Supply Chain Management

CCSI will require that our subcontractors and suppliers provide documentation of the policies, programs and performance reports which show full compliance with CCSI’s Supply Chain Code of Conduct. 

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