Anti-Bribery and Corruption

Anti-Bribery and Corruption

Anti-corruption of Blue Solution Public Company Limited

Blue Solutions Public Company Limited On June 30, 2023, you will be authorized to join the Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) in Thailand. Such a certification is three years in duration. From the resolution’s date to certify, which supports the idea that the corporation Important measures and tenets of the anti-bribery and anti-corruption policy are seen as standards for conducting business professionally, such as establishing standards for charitable donations and sponsorship. Without engaging in any conduct that could be construed as bribery or corruption, human resource management, etc. Both formally and informally, the business The corporate governance and business ethics manual of the organization provide additional details about the stated aim. to set standards for work and make judgments regarding the employees’, executives’, and directors’ business operations.


Corruption refers to any form of bribery, including the offering, promising, providing, pledging, or receiving of cash, property, or other improper favors. with government representatives and government organizations Stakeholders or those with obligations to permit such an individual to behave or refrain from acting in a manner that results in the acquisition or maintenance of any other improper business benefits

Anti – Corruption Policy

Blue Solution Public Company Limited its subsidiaries dedicated to operating in line with the ideals of sound corporate governance. There is a focus on battling corruption. including upholding moral and ethical standards, a code of conduct, and good governance. Manage the task with accountability to all stakeholders and transparency. As a result, the company has set suitable guidelines for the advisory council. Executive Subcommittee worker for the company in employee and business ethics, both of which are an element of the corporation’s corporate governance. to confirm that the business has a policy in place to establish standards, rules, and avenues for reporting complaints in order to combat corruption. Decisions and company activities that could be corrupted are given great thought and consideration. A “anti-corruption policy” has been developed as a result. It is written with the intention of adhering to precise rules for doing business and enabling the organization to grow continuously and sustainably. Directors, executives, and staff members of the company will not engage in or accept any sort of corruption, whether it be direct or indirect. It encompasses every aspect of the company’s operations. In every division and category the company works in. Rules have been established. Action steps, the responsible party’s obligations, the review process, and regular checks of the anti-corruption policy’s observance are all included. must abide by changes in the law, rules, and business practices.


1. Committee of Directors

Committee of Directors a system that supports successful anti-corruption and corruption, and has tasks and responsibilities in creating policies and supervising. To guarantee that anti-fraud and corruption efforts are promoted until they become ingrained in the organization’s culture and are taken seriously by the Executive Committee. Recognize the significance of instances where the Audit Committee discloses fraud and corruption that have an impact on the organization. Committee of Directors owes a duty to provide guidance Suggestions for the Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Committee regarding punishment and working together to find solutions to issues

2. The Audit Committee is accountable for the following

  1. Consider the Executive Committee’s anti-fraud and anti-corruption policies to be suitable for the company model. company’s setting and corporate culture, then submit it for approval to the board of directors of the business.
  2. Consider and review the appropriateness of changes to the anti-fraud and corruption policy received from the Executive Committee and present them to the Board of Directors for approval.
  3. Review financial reporting and accounting systems and internal control systems. Internal audit system and risk management system To ensure that it meets international standards. Be concise, appropriate, modern, and efficient.
  4. Receive information on fraudulent acts and corruption. that people in the organization are involved in, check the facts as informed, and propose matters to the executive committee to jointly consider punishment or solve such problems.

3. The following are the roles and obligations of the internal audit department

To ensure that the work is compliant with the rules and guidelines and that the control system is adequate and appropriate for any potential fraud and corruption risks, inspect and assess the work in accordance with the internal audit plan. and submit an audit committee report.

4. The following are the roles and responsibilities of the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Committee

  1. Create a method and a policy to fight corruption and fraud. Including advocating and backing such laws.
  2. Discuss the anti-fraud and corruption policy with the organization’s staff and relevant stakeholders.
  3. Examine the appropriateness and conformity of various systems and procedures, such as anti-fraud and corruption policies, with changes in corporate rules. and disciplinary measures
  4. Assist the Audit Committee in determining the information provided or the tasks assigned by the Audit Committee in relation to the fraud and corruption inquiry. The management group that is thought to be able to assist in gathering the facts can be given the task.

Rules for conducting business in accordance with the anti-corruption policy

1. Giving presents, mementos, or any other advantages

1.1 Giving presents or mementos in accordance with tradition You can do this without breaking any applicable laws. Not more than 3,000 Baht per person per event, as announced by the NACC, and should be presented in a manner that enhances the company’s reputation, such as the following:

  • Calendar journal
  • Products used as media for public relations
  • goods from Royal Project royally commissioned initiatives Community-based goods in the company’s service areas, goods that benefit the public or charities, or goods that promote sustainable development

1.2 To avoid prejudice, presents and mementos should be given according to the same rules.

1.3 Don’t provide anything to the spouse, kids, or other family members of the customer’s elected official, including presents, trinkets, property, or any other perks. They are deemed to be acting on their behalf by business partners and individuals they have contacted as a result of their actions.

1.4 Providing mementos on significant business occasions, including Founding Day Business contracts may be signed, but if the cost of the memento exceeds 3,000 baht, high management of each company must authorize it. or in accordance with the policies of the business.

2. Entertainment costs for professional events

entertainment spending on meals, entertainment, and beverages for business purposes Spending on sports, entertainment, and other things has a direct impact on corporate operations. Or is it a custom followed in business? offering assistance with business expertise and understanding is also permitted, but the cost must be reasonable. and neither influences operational choices nor creates conflict of interest.

3. Coordinating CSR initiatives with government organizations or representatives of the government

3.1 Coordinating CSR initiatives with government organizations or representatives of the government This must be carried out in the company’s name and can be done as necessary. and pursue goals that are in line with the CSR policy of the organization. Clear criteria, strategies, and measuring standards must exist. You follow the actions and rules that have been laid out by the company.

3.2 Any CSR initiatives or other initiatives planned on the company’s behalf must not involve promoting political causes.

4. Getting presents, mementos, or any other advantages

4.1 Employees of the company are never given gifts, trinkets, or any other benefits. and has a responsibility to fully advise visitors of the rule against receiving such presents.

4.2 If it becomes necessary to accept a gift, souvenir, or any other benefit that cannot be returned to the business, designate a responsible organization to handle the collection of those items and to make donations to outsiders or organizations for charity or public benefit, or to continue in accordance with business policies, with the exception of the following:

The supervisor of the department receiving the present in management has the final say in the case of consumables with an expiration date of less than one month.

Employees may get calendars and diaries as personal gifts when they are used as public relations tools for the business.

This can be done for such gifts and mementos while accepting them on behalf of the organization, like when signing a business contract. It must belong to the business.

5. Accepting meeting, training, seminar, and business trip suggestions using the budget of the partner.

5.1 requesting proposals for events such conferences, training sessions, and trade shows Using the budget of the partner If it does so in accordance with the contract’s terms and has no other unstated conditions, it is permissible. travel

5.2 requesting proposals for events such conferences, training sessions, and trade shows Using the budget of the partner This may be done in circumstances where it is not specifically stated in the contract agreement. Considering that getting The supervisor must approve the aforementioned request because it is appropriate and advantageous to the business. and in accordance with the rules of the business Accepting training or seminar offers with a tourism slant without the real goal to impart knowledge is a bad idea.

6. Support for government officials’ travel and other expenditures

support for government officials’ travel and other expenditures supporting government officials’ travel and other expenditures Can be done as necessary, but must follow the rules set forth by the business. related

7. Donating to and supporting government entities or government representatives 

The following requirements must be met before giving to or supporting any organization, even charitable ones, that works with the government or its representatives

7.1 Is it a trustworthy company and/or is it lawfully established?

7.2 A clear and legal process must be followed when doing operations on behalf of the business. and in accordance with the rules of the business

7.3 Payments should not be paid directly to government employees or anyone else on behalf of an individual unless the request for support includes all necessary information and includes written confirmation that the support was received.

7.4 Monitoring and inspection are required. This is done to make sure that the public uses donations and/or support in a beneficial way and/or that the employees’ donations and/or support actually serve their intended purposes. Regarding receiving or donating gifts, entertainment, or any other benefits, you must be aware of and abide by the policy. Please get in touch with the company secretary or the relevant organization or individual if you have any questions.

Measures for complaints and reporting of misconduct

For stakeholders who are impacted or at risk of receiving complaints, comments, or suggestions, the company offers complaint and whistleblower channels. Effect of the commercial operations of the company or from the execution of the obligations of the company’s executives and staff. Regarding unlawful behavior or disregard for the code of conduct Included in this are activities that are thought to be indicative of corruption, such as those that are connected to the business. Please inform the company, whether directly or indirectly. should carry out more research into the details.

Whistleblowing and filing complaints

Witnessing an incident that breaks the law or breaches the code of conduct, particularly activities that are deemed corrupt, may be indicative of corruption. You can contact the following people with inquiries or grievances

  • Managing Director
  • Commanders you trust at every level
  • Director of Internal Audit
  • Board of Directors

Contact the place to report clues and complaints

Business Secretary
Telephone : 0 2666 2222 ต่อ 200
Fax : 0 2666 2299

Chairman of the Audit Committee
Prof. Dr. Warapatr Todhanakasam
Website :
Email :
Post Office : 59/37, 59/39 T59 WESTGATE Moo 2, Bang Rak Phatthana, Bang Bua Thong, Nonthaburi 11110, Thailand

Procedures the receiving complaints

The company has guidelines for action when receiving complaints, as follows

When the company receives a clue or complaint, the recipient will consider appointing a person responsible for the complaint as appropriate. The person responsible for the complaint will screen and collect relevant facts. Investigate the facts and consider and diagnose offenses related to violations or non-compliance with the Code of Ethics. In the case where the accused is an executive director of the company, the person responsible for the complaint must submit the complaint for the audit committee to consider and determine the fault.

Propose to the Managing Director to consider appointing an investigation committee consisting of experts with appropriate knowledge and fairness to investigate the facts of the complaint.

The investigative committee collects information related to the complaints received through interviews. and/or document verification.

The investigative committee processed and judged the facts in order to consider appropriate management steps and methods.

The investigative committee determines corrective measures and alleviates damage to those affected. Taking into account the total suffering and damage and reporting the results, the Managing Director will report to the Board of Directors.

The investigation committee reports the results to the complainant. If the complainant reveals himself.

Protection and secrecy measures

Measures to prevent reprisals and lessen the harm to the reporter. Complainants or those who assist in informing others about ethical infractions People who submit information or hints that are helpful to the business regarding corruption, such as reporters, complainants, or individuals who assist in gathering facts, shall be treated fairly and with protection. non-compliance regulations or laws made by the government Including disobeying or breaking the following workplace policies, guidelines, or codes of conduct

Reporters, complainants, or cooperators can choose to remain anonymous. If it is seen that disclosure will cause insecurity or any damage, but if you reveal yourself, it will cause the company Results can be reported or damage can be mitigated more conveniently and quickly.

Reporters, complainants, or cooperators can choose to remain anonymous. If it is seen that disclosure will cause insecurity or any damage, but if you reveal yourself, it will cause the company Results can be reported or damage can be mitigated more conveniently and quickly.

In cases where the complainant sees that he or she may be unsafe or that there may be distress and damage, the complainant can request that the company Appropriate protection measures can be specified, or the company may specify protection measures for the complainant without requesting it. If it is seen that it is a matter that is likely to cause suffering, damage, or insecurity, those who have suffered damage will receive relief through a process that is appropriate and fair.

Dissemination of anti-corruption and anti-corruption policies

The business has implemented the following measures to ensure that everyone in the firm is aware of the anti-fraud and corruption policy

  • The company has announced a policy against fraud and corruption. In a prominent office building location, all employees of the organization can read it.

  • The company publishes an anti-fraud and corruption policy. Through the company’s communication channels, such as the company website, email, and annual reports Sustainability Development Report Form 56-1

  • The company will provide anti-corruption policy training to all new employees.

  • The company will regularly review its anti-fraud and corruption policies.