As a global company FSI Worldwide operates under many different legal and regulatory systems. FSI Worldwide prides itself on adopting the highest possible ethical standards and is committed to complying with all legal obligations imposed upon it and its employees wherever they may work.
Every aspect of our business is governed by our Code of Conduct.
FSI is committed to the concepts contained in and meets the best practice standards stipulated in:
• Universal Declaration of Human Rights
• International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers
• International Labour Organisation Convention 181
• Athens Ethics Principles
• Palermo and Luxor Protocols
• The Dhaka Principles for Migration with Dignity
• UK Modern Slavery Act
A major differentiator between FSI Worldwide and many of its competitors is that FSI Worldwide ensures compliance with all source country laws and regulations. FSI Worldwide will always obtain and maintain the relevant manpower and security licences to operate in each source country and country of delivery
FSI Worldwide operates a formal process for receiving and responding to grievances. A whistle-blower procedure is enshrined in our Code of Conduct (LINK), our staff handbook and briefed to all employees. An anonymous telephone hotline to Safecall, a neutral provider, has been adopted and any cases reported are raised to the Senior Executive Team.