Business Ethics & Compliance

At Audiotonix we ensure our employees have a clear expectation in how we conduct business ethically, and we expect our business partners and suppliers to follow a similar approach.


Supplier Code Of Conduct

Any supplier is treated as part of our extended business and are therefore expected to honour the same standards with respect to fair labour conditions, occupational health and safety, environmental responsibility and business ethics; these standards are defined in this document.


Modern Slavery Act

This statement sets out the steps that we Audiotonix and its subsidiary brands have taken and continue to take to mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring within any part of our business or our supply chain.


Anti Bribery Policy

Audiotonix Limited and its subsidiary brands has a zero tolerance of bribery and corruption. Whilst we respect the rules by which others conduct their own business, these are the principles by which we conduct our business.


Group Economic Sanctions Policy

Audiotonix Limited and its subsidiary companies (Group) is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations where it operates. Compliance with all applicable sanctions is compulsory and essential to our current business interests and future business.


Proposition 65 Compliance

Also known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, California Proposition
65 is a law that requires warning to consumers if a product exposes consumers to a wide variety of
chemicals known by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and/or other reproductive
harm. Proposition 65 applies only in California.


Whistleblowing Policy

In this policy ‘Whistleblowing’ means the reporting by employees of suspected misconduct, illegal acts or failure to act within the Company. The aim of this Policy is to encourage employees and others who have serious concerns about any aspect of the Company’s work to come forward and voice those concerns.


Statement On Conflict Minerals

The Dodd-Frank Act Section 1502(e) (4) is a US regulation which establishes obligations for US stock-listed companies to disclose information about their use of tin, tungsten, gold and tantalum originating from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjacent countries. The aim of this rule is to call for international action on ending the conflict mineral trade in DRC which fuels armed conflict in the region.


Environmental Policy

The Audiotonix Group and its Board of Directors recognises the importance of environmental governance and, whilst complying with all environmental legislation, regulations and appropriate codes of practice, seek continuous ways of minimising the impact our business activities have in the local and worldwide communities we operate within.