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The Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre publishes a wide variety of resources for use by the construction industry as reference and training tools for enhancing ethical management and staff integrity.

 

Practical Guide

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Ethics in Practice - A Practical Guide for Professional Engineers

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Managing Integrity & Striving for Excellence - Corruption Prevention Package for Construction Industry

PDF version Word version

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Training Videos

"It's not worth it" - Micro Film Series on Business Ethics

A renovation contractor Tim has just got a job to renovate a restaurant. The project manager imposes difficulties on Tim and demands Tim to offer him an unreasonably low rate for renovating his new home…

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ICAC vs renovation crocodile (Cantonese only)

What should a contractor do if being solicited bribes by "renovation crocodiles"?

Transcript

Integrity tips in everyday life - A friend in need? (Cantonese Only)

A friend in need is a friend indeed. However, if it involves conflict of interest at work, will you remain neutral or take the risk to help a friend?

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Publicity Materials

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Don’t bribe for jobs - Construction Poster

PDF version
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Pamphlet for Frontline Materials Testing Staff

PDF version Word version

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* ICAC owns the copyrights of all education resources. They may be used for education and non-commercial purposes only and acknowledgement is required. Names of all characters, organisations locations and incidents portrayed in the business ethics resources are entirely fictitious. No relation to any real persons or entities is intended or should be inferred.

 

**The contact information of the ICAC listed in the publications may not be up-to-date. Please refer to the ICAC website for the latest contact information of the ICAC Regional Offices 

 

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