Eternit has had a code of ethics since 2004, disclosed and provided to all its employees, which is available for consultation on the Company’s website. In addition to this in 2006 the company established a Management Excellency Program (since 2012: Integrated System Policy), whose policy is based on environmental, health and safety directives, seeking to maintain the sustainability of the business. Since 2002 the company has had a Manual for the Disclosure and Use of Information and Trading Policy for securities issued by Eternit S.A., which regulate the activities of those holding privileged information.
- Code of Ethics
- Internal Charter of the Board of Directors
- Internal Charter of the Board of Auditors
- Internal Charter of the Executive Board
- Integrated System Policy
- Policy on Disclosure and Use of Information and Trading of Securities issued by Eternit
- Indemnity Policy (in Portuguese)
The Board of Directors Meeting on 2020 approved the policies listed below in order to comply with B3’s Novo Mercado Regulations and the corporate governance best practices laid out by the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC):
- Management Appraisal Policy (Portuguese only)
- Policy on Nomination of Managers and Members of Advisory Committees (Portuguese only)
- CEO Succession Policy (Portuguese only)
- Policy on Related-Party Transactions (Portuguese only)
- Extra-Audit Services Policy (Portuguese only)
- Policy on Contributions and Donations (Portuguese only)
- Risks Policy (Portuguese only)
As described in the Bylaws, newspapers disclosure used by Eternit are the Diário Oficial do Estado de São Paulo e Valor Econômico.
On July 22, 2002, Eternit adopted at the Extraordinary General Meeting, a policy of disseminating information through the creation of a Manual on Disclosure and Use of Information and Policy for Trading Securities Issued by Eternit SA
The term adherence to the Manual is signed by:
(I) Directors, Shareholders and / or Senior, Audit Committees Bodies and members of other technical or consulting with the Company;
(Ii) officials and executives with access to Relevant Information, and also
(Iii) whoever, by virtue of his office, function or position in the Controller, Subsidiaries, becomes aware of information concerning the act or fact about the Company.