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PCPPI is committed to conform to the established standard assurance of customer satisfaction, protection of our environment, and health and safety in the workplace.

  Policy Activities
Customers' welfare The Company’s main priority is to provide satisfaction to the customers of Company’s products. The Corporation maintains a website www.pepsiphilippines.com which is regularly updated and checked.
Supplier/contractor selection practice Generally, all suppliers doing business in PCPPI shall pass through the accreditation and renewal process and follow the related Approval Matrix. A bidding process is in place where multiple suppliers or service providers are required to submit their bid proposal for review, evaluation and approval of the authorized approvers.
Environmentally friendly value-chain The Company’s complies with PepsiCo’s global environmental standards and policies and ensuring good quality water through community service. The Company participates in PepsiCo’s compliance-related activities. The Company also participates jointly in community related projects undertaken by other entities from time to time through donations, sponsorship and being resource speaker in certain events .
Community interaction
Anti-corruption programmers and procedures? The Company has a Code of Business and Ethics and does not condone any dishonest, unethical or unprofessional behavior and actions displayed by an employee, regardless of his/her level of authority. Concerns may be raised verbally or in writing to appropriate personnel as defined in the Company’s policies. These concerns are properly investigated and appropriately addressed.
Safeguarding creditors' rights The Company manages its working capital to meet its obligations arising from trade payables and other financial liabilities. All valid claims are settled and monitored.
PCPPI HIV-AIDS Workplace Policy & Program

In accordance with Philippine AIDS Prevention and Control Act of 1998, which recognizes workplace-based programs as a potent tool in addressing HIV/AIDS as an international pandemic problem, the PCPPI HIV/AIDS policy serves as information and guidance to all employees in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the workplace. The policy is also aimed at addressing the stigma attached to HIV/AIDS and ensures that the workers’ right against discrimination and confidentiality is maintained.

PCPPI Alcohol-Free Workplace Policy

Pursuant to the requirements of the Department of Labor and Employment to ensure a safe and healthful workplace, this policy aims for an alcohol-free workplace through prohibition and preventive measures.

PCCPI Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedure

This policy furthers PCPPI’s belief that the working environment should at all times be supportive of the dignity and self-esteem of individuals, one that is free from sexual harassment, sexual intimidation, and exploitation through a complete set and established rules and guidelines inclusive of related complaint handling procedures.

PCPPI Drug-Free Workplace Policy

Pursuant to the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, and its Implementing Rules and Regulations and DOLE Department Order No. 53-03, series of 2003 (Guidelines for the Implementation of a Drug-Free Workplace Policies and Programs for the Private Sector), this policy aims for a drug-free workplace.

PCPPI Smoke-Free Workplace Policy

Pursuant to Section 6 of Republic Act No. 9211, this policy aims to protect PCPPI’s employees and clients against the hazard brought about by smoking. Smoke-free workplaces protect non-smokers from the dangers of secondhand smoke and also encourage staff to either quit smoking or reduce their cigarette consumption.

PCPPI Workplace Policy on Hepatitis B

This policy aims to inform and guide employees on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Hepatitis B. It also outlines the roles of the company and the employees in dealing with Hepatitis B.

PCPPI Tuberculosis (TB) Prevention and Control Policy

This policy provides information and reference for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of TB. PCPPI recognizes the need to address the stigma attached to TB and to ensure that the worker’s right against discrimination, brought by the disease, is protected.

PCPPI Breastfeeding Workplace Policy
PCPPI Guidelines on SARS Prevention and Control at the Workplace
PCPPI Anti-bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy
Safety and Health Measures to Prevent and Control Heat Stress at the Workplace
Guidelines on Prolonged Standing and Sitting at the Workplace
Corporate Social Responsibility

The Company’s 2020 Corporate Governance Manual sets out the duty of the Board on Corporate Social Responsibility which is to adopt a globally-recognized standard or framework and  a clear policy on the disclosure of non-financial information and reporting sustainability and non-financial issues, with emphasis on the management of economic, environmental, social and governance (EESG) issues of its business, which underpin sustainability. 

Enterprise Risk Management

The Audit Committee Charter provides for the Audit Committee’s role with respect to Enterprise Risk Management. It shall assist with the Board oversight capability over the Company’s Enterprise Risk Management responsibilities to ensure its functionality and effectiveness.

In the exercise of its oversight responsibility for the risk management process of the Company, the Committee has the following duties and functions as set forth in the Audit Committee Charter:

(a) Develop a formal Enterprise Risk Management plan which contains the following elements: (i) common language or register of risks, (ii) well-defined risk management goals, objectives, and oversight, (iii) uniform processes of assessing risks and developing strategies to manage prioritized risks, (iv) designing and implementing risk management strategies, and (v) continuing assessments to improve risk strategies, processes, and measures;

(b) Oversee the implementation of the Enterprise Risk Management plan. The Committee shall conduct regular discussions on the Company’s prioritized and residual risk exposures based on regular risk management reports and shall assess how concerned units or offices are addressing and managing these risks;

(c) Evaluate the risk management plan to ensure its continued relevance, comprehensiveness, and effectiveness; The Committee shall revisit defined risk management strategies, look for emerging or changing material exposures, and stay abreast of significant developments that seriously impact the likelihood of harm or loss;

(d) Advise the Board on its risk appetite levels and risk tolerance limits;

(e) Review at least annually the Company’s risk appetite levels and risk tolerance limits based on changes and developments in the business, the regulatory framework, the external economic and business environment, and events or occurrences that are considered to have a major impact on the Company;

(f) Assess the probability of each identified risk becoming a reality and estimate its possible significant financial impact and likelihood of occurrence. Priority areas of concern are those risks that are most likely to occur and to impact the performance and stability of the Company and its Stakeholders;

(g) Provide oversight over Management’s activities in managing credit, market, liquidity, operational, legal, and other risk exposures of the Company. This includes regularly receiving information on risk exposures and risk management activities from Management; and

(h) Report to the Board on a regular basis, or as deemed necessary, the Company’s material risk exposures, the actions taken to reduce the risks, and recommend further actions or plans, as necessary.