Throwback Tours business code of conduct
As licence professional tour operators in Quebec offering services to our community, THROWBACK TOURS sets high ethical standards for business conduct. We also apply these standards to ourselves, Volunteers and our Business Partners.
The THROWBACK TOURS Business Code of Ethics (the “Code”) helps ensure that THROWBACK TOURS Business Partners etc share our commitment to an ethical senior center. For the purposes of this Code, “THROWBACK TOURS” refers to any The Day Center, and any other THROWBACK TOURS-affiliated entity. “Business Partners” refers to suppliers that contract to provide THROWBACK TOURS with any product or service and other organizations that contract with THROWBACK TOURS to accomplish its mission, and includes the employees, agents and contractors of Business Partners. “Business Partners” does not include THROWBACK TOURS Accredited Businesses or THROWBACK TOURS National Partners unless they form a contractual relationship with THROWBACK TOURS beyond their accreditation by THROWBACK TOURS or membership in THROWBACK TOURS.
THROWBACK TOURS expects that Business Partners will conduct their business with or on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS in compliance with the Code. As appropriate, preference will be given to Business Partners that demonstrate greater commitment to this Code and ethical standards generally.
Start with trust
Although Business Partners are independent individuals or business entities, their actions may impact and reflect upon THROWBACK TOURS. Business Partners should understand and comply with the Business Partner Code and monitor their compliance through their own administrative processes.
Maintain Legal and Regulatory Compliance
In their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, Business Partners will conduct their business activities in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations in all jurisdictions in which they operate, including laws and regulations on bribery, corruption and prohibited business practices. Business Partners will not make any offer, payment, consideration or benefit of any kind which constitutes an illegal or corrupt practice, either directly or indirectly on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, as an inducement or reward for entering into a contract or in connection with the provision of any goods or services under a contract.
Business Partners that advertise or solicit accreditation, sponsorship or any other financial support on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS should ensure that all THROWBACK TOURS-related advertising or solicitations comply in all respects with THROWBACK TOURS policies related to accreditation, the THROWBACK TOURS Code of Advertising, and all laws, regulations and guides relating to advertising, solicitations, sponsorship and disclosure of non-destructibility of contributions.
Business Partners may use THROWBACK TOURS trademarks only.
to create products, materials or websites for direct use by THROWBACK TOURS, or as specifically permitted by THROWBACK TOURS policies or by the board of directors of the day center in writing. Unless THROWBACK TOURS has granted permission, Business Partners should not use the THROWBACK TOURS name or other THROWBACK TOURS marks on Business Partners’ materials, including websites and URLs. Business Partners should not use the THROWBACK TOURS name or other THROWBACK TOURS marks in a manner that represents or infers Business Partners to be THROWBACK TOURS or Business Partners’ employees to be employees of THROWBACK TOURS.
THROWBACK TOURS does not endorse specific products or services unless specifically provided by THROWBACK TOURS policies. Business Partners should not publicize their business relationships with THROWBACK TOURS or identify THROWBACK TOURS as a customer without specific permission from THROWBACK TOURS in writing, and then only in the manner, context and language approved by THROWBACK TOURS. This provision does not prohibit THROWBACK TOURS from participating in affinity programs consistent with THROWBACK TOURS policies.
Safeguard Data and Privacy
Business Partners should ensure the security and confidentiality of THROWBACK TOURS proprietary information; business, charity, consumer and donor information entrusted to THROWBACK TOURS; and data about visitors to THROWBACK TOURS domains (collectively, “Confidential Information”).
Business Partners should have policies and procedures in place to prevent disclosure of Confidential Information to unauthorized parties. In their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, Business Partners should maintain physical, technical and procedural safeguards in compliance with applicable laws, technology and information security requirements applicable to THROWBACK TOURSs, and any specifications established by THROWBACK TOURS for access to THROWBACK TOURS information technology systems and THROWBACK TOURS domains.
Business Partners that, in their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, interact with visitors to their own websites should disclose in a Privacy Statement/Policy or elsewhere on their websites the following: what information they collect, with whom it is shared, how it can be corrected, how it is secured, how policy changes will be communicated, and how to address concerns over misuse of personal data.
Business Partners that, in their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, collect identifying information of businesses or individuals should respect contact preferences regarding contact by telephone, fax and e-mail, and communicate changes in preferences to THROWBACK TOURS.
Business Partners that, in their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, handle payment card information will certify annually their compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
Business Partners that administer THROWBACK TOURS email systems will adopt Domain- based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) specifications.
Business Partners whose product or service collects information about or track visitors to any THROWBACK TOURS domain will certify that their product or service supports THROWBACK TOURS’s compliance with the Digital Alliance Self-Regulatory Principles, including the Self- Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising (OBA Principles), the Multisite Data Principles (MSD Principles) and the Mobile Guidance (MG) (collectively, the Principles). Business Partners that subcontract or otherwise engage other companies to fulfill any obligations under THROWBACK TOURS contracts should ensure that such companies’ products or services are also compliant with the Principles.
Further, Business Partners will not transfer any information collected from any THROWBACK TOURS domain for any purpose beyond the scope of activities necessary to fulfil their responsibilities under contracts with THROWBACK TOURS without providing to THROWBACK TOURS’s Chief Information Officer an explanation of the proposed data transfer and use and receiving express permission for such transfer and use.
Business Partners should demonstrate commitment to ethical practices in their business conduct and performance of services and production of products on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS. Business Partners will comply with THROWBACK TOURS policies affecting their relationship with THROWBACK TOURS.
Business Partners should share THROWBACK TOURS’s commitment to maintaining a place where people are treated with dignity and respect. In their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, Business Partners will follow all applicable wage, benefit, child labor, workplace safety, discrimination and labor laws. While we recognize and respect cultural differences, in their work on behalf of THROWBACK TOURS, Business Partners will not engage in discrimination based on age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, citizenship status, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, domestic partner status or veteran status.
THROWBACK TOURS depends on the trust and confidence of businesses, charities, consumers and donors. It is important that we avoid activities that create actual or perceived conflicts of interest. THROWBACK TOURS employees are not permitted to give or receive anything of value intended to influence a decision. Business Partners will not offer gifts that could be perceived to influence sound business judgment. THROWBACK TOURS makes purchasing decisions based on the merit of Business Partners’ products and services, not on gifts, entertainment or other business courtesies.
Report Violations of the Code
Business Partners should report a possible violation of the Code that directly affects THROWBACK TOURS or the transaction with THROWBACK TOURS. Business Partners are encouraged to work with their primary contact at THROWBACK TOURS (or his or her supervisor) to resolve the situation. If this is not possible or appropriate, reports may be made to an officer of the contracting THROWBACK TOURS entity or the THROWBACK TOURS General Counsel.