Orora Limited and its subsidiaries (Orora, we or us) is a leading global packaging and visual communications solutions company with a strong culture of
integrity and ethical conduct, guided by the values set out in our Code of Conduct and Ethics1. We are committed to conducting our business
in a manner
consistent with our values and in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and internationally recognised standards. We have embedded the
outlined in this Supplier Code of Conduct and Ethics (Code) as part of our sourcing and procurement processes, and seek to engage with suppliers and
contractors who demonstrate similar values and adhere to the minimum requirements outlined in this Code.Our suppliers play a vital role in helping us deliver the promises we make. This Code sets out our minimum expectations of you as one of our suppliers
(supplier or you). We expect you to share these expectations with your supply chain. We encourage our suppliers to partner and work together with us and
other supply chain partners to identify challenges and develop improvements.In line with our values and commitment to the Ten Principles of the United Nation Global Compact2, we are committed to working with you and
all of our
suppliers to ensure products and services that form part of Orora's operations and supply chain are procured in a transparent, and socially and
environmentally responsible manner, as outlined in this Code.This Code is supported by Orora's Supplier Assurance Framework (SAF), a two-tiered risk assessment framework that identifies and mitigates potential
human rights, labour, environmental and governance risks within Orora's supplier base. For more information on the SAF please visit our
website3.This Code will be regularly reviewed and updated as required to ensure that it is operating
Where this Code refers to workers, this includes your employees, contractors, agents, migrants, and temporary workers.
https://www.unglobalcompact.org/what-is-gc/mission/principles. The Ten Principles of the United
Nations Global Compact are derived
from: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and
Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.
Suppliers must strictly prohibit the use of child labour in line with ILO Convention 138 on
Minimum Age, and Convention 182 on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour. These conventions require that no child below the age of 15 years (or
14 year where applicable) is allowed to work, subject to exemptions allowed by the ILO and National Law.
Fibre is taken to mean fibre-based packaging such as corrugated boxes or folded cartons, and
packaging and industrial paper and cartonboard as raw material in the manufacture of fibre-based packaging such as corrugated boxes or folded