Building trust and integrity through our business

It’s more important than ever to foster a culture of integrity in everything we do – from our business activities to our stakeholder relationships. Our consumers must trust that we are doing the very best for their health when we ask them to buy our products. And we must uphold our high standards and values across the world.

We are guided by our values and our commitment to “Do the right thing. Always.” We act responsibly and with integrity; put consumers and people first; seek out new opportunities; strive for excellence; and build shared success. Our Compliance Programme and Code of Conduct, with its extensive policies and training, helps all our employees mitigate risk and guides us when making complex decisions.

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Countries where risk assessments of our work were conducted in 2019

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Completion of Compliance Passport Training

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Due diligence assessments of third party suppliers and vendors

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Business Conduct

Read our Insight into how we create a culture of ethical business conduct

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Our Compliance Passport Training covers relevant information from key policies such as our Code of Conduct, Anti-bribery and quality and security around our products.

Launched in February 2019, it had a 95% completion rate across all employees at all levels

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In 2019, we launched the training about RB’s new policy on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals and Healthcare Entities.

This also included eight procedures that establish clear guidelines to support our Health team. It is important that all employees feel supported and have the right knowledge to conduct themselves in a responsible and ethical behaviour.

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It’s important our employees know they can raise important issues in confidence. Speak Up, our confidential online and freephone service, is growing in strength.

This offers all RB employees and contractors a trusted channel to raise concerns around violations of our Code of Conduct, local laws and regulations, or any unethical behaviour. Since our awareness campaign at the end of 2018, we’ve seen an increase in the number of cases reported to Speak Up: 466 this year, an increase of 57% compared with 2018.

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