english-code-of-conduct.pdf

Safeguarding personal information we have a duty to

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Safeguarding personal information We have a duty to protect the personal information (PI) that we collect and retain about people to ensure it is not misused, from clinical trial patient data to employee payroll information. All employees, complementary workers and third-party suppliers who have access to or work with PI must complete relevant training. Relevant, up-to-date records and information Good record keeping helps us protect personal information and intellectual property, comply with legal, financial and regulatory requirements, and avoid unnecessary costs. However, we should not keep records and information longer than necessary to meet regulatory and business requirements. Collecting competitive intelligence ethically As a company, we gather competitive intelligence ethically and in a way that meets all laws and regulations. We often use regulated specialist third-party suppliers to do this on our behalf. However, we should not seek to obtain or use information about our competitors’ formulae, processes, patents, pending deals, or any other competitively sensitive information. Data integrity We maintain data integrity by making sure that information is accurate and stored correctly – essential, given much of our work relies on having robust data and information. As well as meeting legal and regulatory requirements it means we have accurate information when making decisions about our products, our patients and our people. Keywords to search for on Connect GSK • Privacy Global information and records management • Competition law • Data integrity
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Contents Overview 1. Our patients, our consumers, our industry 2. Our company 3. Our colleagues 4. Our world More information Glossary 16 Living our values and expectations Our code of conduct Safeguarding GSK assets The way we manage company assets, both tangible and intangible, is important. It includes our daily use of our technology (tech) systems and how we protect our information and intellectual property. Using technology professionally We are all responsible for using tech resources appropriately and professionally at all times. For example, never use cloud services and tools to create or store GSK information unless approved by our GSK Tech team. In addition, illegal or inappropriate behaviour puts GSK and personal information at risk. We are all stewards of our reputation The way we communicate with the outside world and internally is crucial to building trust. All communications about our business interests should be timely, accurate and reflect GSK’s values and expectations, as well as follow our policies, approval procedures and all applicable laws. Keywords to search for on Connect GSK • Acceptable use of IT • Safeguard GSK information • Competition law Keywords to search for on Connect GSK • Digital communications • Write Right Using social media appropriately Everyone has the right to make comments on personal social media accounts, including sharing GSK content approved for your
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