Business Ethics

POSCO, a public listed company in NYSE, is gorverned by Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA) under United States of America. As a result, all employees of POSCO Group must strictly comply with it, as well as the principles of ethics and Code of Ethics set by POSCO in all aspects of business.

POSCO enacted the code of ethics in 2003 that must be adhered to by all employees, and explicitly included the US Human Rights that claim to support respect for human life and dignity in 2014. At this time, POSCO has amended the code of ethics with tighter ethical standards according to the intent of management innovation that places the highest value on ethics in management.

This is how we all can proudly preserve the credibility of POSCO as we know it today, formed by the blood, sweat, and tears of our founding members.

Code of Ethics


Online Report - Ethical Concern

Our company does not and will not tolerate, but takes aggressive action against, unethical conduct or fraud whether perpetrated by employees, customers, vendors and others. If you are aware of a situation of suspected fraud, criminal activity, ethical concerns or questionable business practices affecting you and POSCO-MKPC SDN BHD, you can contact us by filling the online form below.

POSCO-MKPC - Ethical Reporting Agreement

A. Information Collection Purpose/Item/Use

  • POSCO-MKPC collects only the minimum personal information to facilitate the investigation.
  • POSCO-MKPC reserved the rights to use the submimtted information for internal disciplinary investigation/action, or legal action.
  • Personal information & uploaded evidence will be retained and used from the information provider's application to the request for deletion. But in the event if uploaded evidence is submitted to regulatory authority, the retention period and usage will be in accordance to the regulatory authority's terms.

B. Reporter Confidentiality

  • POSCO-MKPC is prohibited tracking down of the reporter.
  • The disclosing or implying of the identity of the reporter or collaborator without his/her consent is strictly prohibited.
  • No employee shall leak the identity of the reporter even if he or she came to know the identity of the reporter
  • Violators of the duty to protect identity may be punished.
  • Prohibition of disadvantageous actions taken against the reporter in terms of staffing and the punishment of violators shall be stipulated.

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