7. GC has established criteria for government officer procurement appropriately and clearly in order to protect and ensure that the process is not considered as plausible for beneficial exploitation and has established measure to disclose any information relating to the procurement with any government agency to the general public for transparency. 8. GC has Human Resource Management Policies and procedures relating to the nomination and selection, work evaluation, consideration, and promotion of its staff which reflect the intention on anti-corruption principles. 9. GC has announced publicly to its employees that it will not relegate, discipline or cause any adverse effect on staff who refuses to be involved in fraud or corruption even though such refusal will cause GC Group to lose business opportunities. 10. GC provides trainings on anti-corruption measures and to give related information to the GC group’s employees continuously. 11. GC has communicated its policies on anti-corruption and fraudulent acts and practices to its subsidiaries, affiliates, companies in which GC has controlling power, customers, suppliers, business partners and stakeholders, as well as to the general public through various communication channels in order for them to be familiar with the topic and can comply with the anti-corruption measures. 12. GC has adopted guidelines on anti-corruption and fraudulent acts regarding gifts, entertainment and other benefits (i.e., No Gift Policy) of the GC Group for the employees to adhere and act accordingly. 13. The implementation of the policies on anti-corruption and fraudulent acts is in accordance with the guidelines specified in the Corporate Governance and Business Code of Conduct Manual including other regulations, policies, rules and guidelines put in place by the Company. 14. GC reviews the policies on anti-corruption and fraudulent acts every three years in accordance with the preparation for obtaining the certification of member of Thai Private Sector Collective Action Against Corruption (CAC) or any other period as appropriate and in accordance with the amendments of applicable laws, regulations and rules whereby the amendment will be proposed to the Board of Directors for consideration and approval. Disciplinary Measures 1. GC has put in place disciplinary measures for Directors, Executives and Employees who does not comply with the policies on anti-corruption and fraudulent acts which include discharging Director from office and other disciplinary actions in accordance with the rules on disciplinary measures for Executives and employees, as well as taking legal actions in accordance with the applicable laws, rules, regulations and corporate governance practices relating to such act. 2. In case that any person related to the GC group or any customer, supplier or business partner does not comply with the anti-corruption measures, the GC group may consider to terminate any transaction with such person. GC demonstrated its intention to join the Thai Private Sector Collective Action Against Corruption (CAC) on July 18, 2012 and was first certified as a member on July 4, 2014. It has been re-certified for the third time on June 30, 2020. In 2021, GC carried out activities that demonstrated its commitment to anti-corruption efforts. A summary is provided below. Making amendment to the anti-corruption policies and guidelines to be in line with the CAC checklist (updated version 4.0) issued by the IOD. The Anti-corruption promotion working team has cooperated with the relevant and responsible departments to review the status of anti-corruption policy compliance of the Company in order to update information on any corruption related risks which are important to the business, including measures and other supplement documents so that they are in accordance with the CAC checklist (totaling 71 items) and are up-to-date. Putting in place the automated CAC checklist system to develop self-assessment system for CAC Checklist to be on a digital platform which causes the working process to be more efficient, take less time and reducing any human error in compiling information. Supporting Company’s Subsidiaries to apply for CAC’s member certification by providing guidance and advice on making intention on becoming a member of CAC as well as provide training on anti-corruption measure self-assessment. Providing training, knowledge and communication on the topic continuously. 184 PTT GLOBAL CHEMICAL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED Form 56-1 One Report 2021