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2 Code of Conduct and Ethics Overview Aurecon's Code of Conduct and Ethics is the focal point of our policy on ethical business and promotes 'acting with integrity and honesty at all times.' This code is very clear in the responsibilities it assigns to our people to: • Act honestly and with integrity • Maintain the highest levels of professional conduct • Be truthful, and not mislead or make any false statements • Not make promises or commitments that we don't intend to honour • Familiarise themselves and comply with all Professional Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Codes of Practice or Rules of Conduct that apply to us within the geographies in which we operate Aurecon CEO, Paul Hardy, outlines our commitment to acting with integrity and honesty Code of Conduct and Ethics Contents A culture of integrity Our values Focal point of ethical business conduct 1. Integrity and professionalism 2. Accuracy of reporting 3. Health and safety 4. Protecting the environment 5. Collaboration with communities 6. Personal information and privacy 7. Communication systems 8. Equal employment opportunity 9. Professional and technical excellence 10. Working with Governments 11. Bribery and corruption 12. Gifts and entertainment 13. Conflict of interest 14. Choice of third parties 15. Political contributions and activities 16. Restrictive trade practices 17. Responsibility for reporting breaches of Code 18. Getting help Agreement 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 10 We recognise that our reputation in industry depends on our commitment to upholding ethical practices and procedures in every project we are involved in." Paul Hardy Chief Executive Officer " 2 Aurecon Major Projects Leader, Brett Nilson (L) and Aurecon CEO, Paul Hardy (R) at the award-winning Adelaide Desalination Project, South Australia

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