Compliance Process


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Company policies and procedures establish the rules of conduct within an organization, outlining the responsibilities of both employees and employers. Company policies and practices are in place to protect the rights of workers as well as the business interests of employers. Citadel Engineering Company follows international compliance and integrity systems as per TIC council requirements, CEC Regulations and government’s requirements.

Process Compliance is Critical for all Businesses

Regardless of industry, the compliance function is responsible for ensuring that the company’s policies and procedures are designed to comply with internal policies, applicable laws and regulations, and ensuring that those policies and procedures are followed. There’s a lot more that goes into compliance management, of course, but that’s the essence.

Pressures On Compliance Professionals

In addition, the scope of a compliance professional’s purview continues to evolve as corporate boards, and executive leadership teams are forced to deal with new threats and pressures, often looking to the compliance function to provide guidance. Meanwhile, the decisions compliance professionals make need to remain “business-friendly” with as little impact on revenue and growth as possible.

Compliance professionals today must focus on addressing a striking array of compliance issues.

You can have a copy of the Documents below by sending an email to the Compliance Department,
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 Integrity Policy
Anti Bribery Policy
Gifts, Hospitality, and Expenses Policy
Financial Reporting Policy
Compliance Helpline
Confidentiality & Data Protection Policy
Conflicts of Interest Policy
Fair Business Conduct
Fair Labor Policy
Integrity Policy
QHSE Policy
The Code of Conduct – Compliance Program
Compliance Principles