Allied Integrated Security has established these General Rules of Conduct applicable to all employees. Other more specific rules may be enacted by the Corporation from time to time concerning more specific issues and areas of operation.
Clearly defined rules of conduct are necessary for the orderly operation of every corporation. Employees have a right to know what is expected of them. Each employee must familiarize himself or herself with all Corporation rules and regulations pertaining to their positions and duties.
Allied Integrated Security requires that each employee faithfully abide by these rules and regulations.
The following are rules of conduct of general application and are supplemented by local and departmental regulations which must also be observed. These rules may be modified at any time.
Violation of any of these regulations may result in disciplinary action ranging from warning to discharge. The measure of discipline should correspond to the gravity of the offense as weighed by its potential effect on the Corporation as well as the seniority and work record of the employee involved, among other factors.
Allied Integrated Security reserves the right to make inspections of employee lockers, desks, lunch boxes, ships, vehicles and other items of personal property located on Corporate premises in those instances where there is reason to believe that they contain evidence of a violation of these regulations. Any refusal to cooperate fully in such inspections or searches will be considered a serious form of insubordination.