All RSTP employees must be committed to a highest standard of business conduct in relation with each other; Our stakeholders, our customers, and our suppliers.

The code of ethics applies to all RSTP employees and those that do business with the RSTP and provide the necessary information to act within integrity and within the laws and regulations that affect our business.

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  • Be fair and honest at all times with those we work and interact with
  • Maintain the trust of our stakeholders
  • Treat everyone with respect and courtesy
  • Speak whenever there is concerns about ethical misconduct or violations of the standards, our policies, procedures, or the law
  • Act honestly when performing your duties
  • Ensure you declare and appropriately manage interests that may conflict with the way you carry out your duties.
  • Do not accept gifts, benefits or favors that may influence or be reasonably seen to influence your decision making.
  • Prevent nepotism and patronage
  • Ensure employment or remunerative work outside your duties at the RSTP are appropriate and where necessary, approved by the CEO,
  • Conduct yourself in public in a manner that will not reflect adversely on the RSTP, its agencies and stakeholders.
  • Treat the Park’s clients, and other employees with respect and courtesy, having regard for the dignity of the people with whom you interact with.
  • Recognize the importance of people through training and ongoing developments.
  • Prevent unlawful discrimination against employees or persons seeking employment with the Park.
  • Prevent bullying or other forms of harassment in or outside the workplace.
  • Utilize and manage people, resources, information, and authority at your disposal in an efficient, responsible and justifiable manner through the implementation of risk management standards and practices.
  • Ensure that all decisions are transparent and keeping up with confidentiality requirements.
  • Ensure accountability throughout the Park by reporting inappropriate conduct to the appropriate authority where that conduct might reasonably be considered to be a breach of the Code

Unacceptable behavior can be defined as the potential to create, a risk to the business or the health and safety of RSTP employees. These include but not limited to: 

  • Discrimination: the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex
  • Bullying: repeated abusive and offensive behavior, which in some circumstances may involve inappropriate physical behavior
  • Harassment: offensive, belittling, or threatening behavior that is unsolicited, and may be repeated

Employees must highly maintain the confidentiality of all RSPT information entrusted to them, except when disclosure is authorized or legally mandated.

Information such as personal employee information, identification numbers, passwords, bank account information, and medical information must be kept confidential.

Employees are not to disclose to third parties any information for personal gain.

If you experience or witness misconduct, or have any other concerns about the conduct a certain employee, please report it by contacting our whistle-blower number.

The resource is available 24/7.

RSTP encourages its employees to report an issue if they genuinely believe someone has engaged in serious wrongdoing and not limited to the list below:

  • Dishonesty
  • Corruption that includes but not limited to bribery
  • Fraudulency
  • Breach of policies /emerging threats


Your report should include:

  • Name: xxx.xxxx
  • Contact:
  • Your account of what occurred, even recordings or any other evidence or supporting information.
  • RSTP Whistleblowing Service is offered online 
  • telephone service :(toll-free number xxxx) 
  • email :
  • This service is open to people inside the organization or external, and RSTP allows whistleblowers to choose their preferred level of anonymity.

Whistle blowing Form