As a 50% joint venture between SBB and Trenord, TILO must respect the shared values of the parent companies. In accordance with the Code of Conduct of the parent companies, this Code sets out rules of conduct for correct day-to-day business procedures. These activities should meet both the legal requirements and high ethical standards.
This Code of Conduct was approved by the Board of Directors and is based on the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact. As TILO employees, we all undertake to observe the rules of this Code of Conduct as the basis for all our actions in everyday business. We ensure safety, quality and sustainability in the interests of our customers, create the conditions for a working environment with integrity, and promote and protect the good reputation of TILO and the parent companies.
We also expect our business partners to share these values and to guarantee that their activities comply with the principles of this Code of Conduct.
TILO does not tolerate any contraventions of legal regulations, this Code of Conduct or other provisions. Contraventions will be sanctioned in accordance with the applicable legal and contractual provisions, and may lead to the termination of the existing contractual relationship and/or to criminal proceedings.
Employees should report suspected or actual contraventions of this Code of Conduct or other internal regulations as well as illegal activities to the line managers. The compliance reporting offices of the parent companies are also available to receive reports from employees, customers, suppliers and business partners of TILO. Incidents reported to the compliance reporting office of the parent company are investigated using a standardised process. The incidents reported and information will be accepted confidentially – and anonymously, if desired – and investigated confidentially.
Persons who report suspected or actual contraventions in good faith need not fear any disadvantages.