Business Code of Conduct

Business Ethics

As a member of APPA (Australian Promotional Products Association), all staff of Splash Promotions are aware of their role as a member of APPA and APPA code of conduct. To demonstrate a commitment to achieving long term, ethical business partnerships with all our clients and suppliers.

Customer Service

To achieve our core commissions: “Be reliable; Be prompt; and Be Cheap”, To strive for very high levels of service at all times. We understand the needs of our clients and the role we play in their business success.

Employee Commitment

To realize that company profitability and productivity will grow through providing a safe, secure, rewarding and challenging work environment. To encourage open communication and participation at all times. The first consideration is ensuring the high quality and reliable products. We will continue to improve where possible on all aspects of product quality.

Product Development

To pursue new product opportunities within our existing markets and look to the future development of products as new opportunities arise.

Anti-bribery and corruption policy

We have zero tolerance for bribery and corruption and are committed to identifying and preventing bribery and corruption through the implementation of any promotional programmes.

Our policy serves as a single and consistent anti-bribery and corruption standard. It is designed to comply with the Australian Criminal Code Act 1995, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 1977, the UK Bribery Act 2010 and all other anti-bribery and corruption related laws relevant to the locations in which the Group operates.

Amongst the key principles of the policy, it should be noted that:

  • The Group has zero appetite towards bribery, corruption and facilitation payments
  • The giving, receiving, offering, promising, requesting or authorising of a bribe is expressly prohibited
  • Training and awareness about our zero appetite for bribery, corruption and facilitation payments is conducted across the Group
  • All senior managers in the Group are committed to supporting the policy across their teams. Communication about the policy is undertaken by the Director and the executive team
  • Business activities must be transparent, sufficiently documented and above suspicion
  • Due diligence is conducted on employees and on those who are doing business with, or on behalf of, the Group
  • The policy principles extend to all employees, directors, temporary staff, contractors, suppliers, service providers, agents and other third parties acting for or on behalf of the Group.