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Petrol Code of Conduct and values

The energy behind our actions is the code of conduct in Petrol. The Petrol Code of Conduct is a set of rules, behavioral standards and expected actions.

It determines how we operate in the company, and directs us always and everywhere. The standards, written in the code, are already in force in Petrol and are already being implemented. The energy of our behavior tells us what a good practice in our society is, how we operate in our everyday working environment. The code is adapted to the time we live in. Its purpose is not to prohibit and sanction, but to propose and advise. Petrol's Code of Conduct was also confirmed by the Petrol Labor Union and the Workers' Council, which gives it even greater value and importance.

The energy of our behavior serves as a tool in day-to-day behavior and helps employees avoid situations where they would break the law, cause damage to the company or otherwise damage its reputation.

We care

We act right. In Petrol we are committed to continuously upgrading our conduct in the implementation of corporate integrity. Because we care. Petrol d.d., Ljubljana is a signatory of the Slovenian Guidelines on Corporate Integrity. By signing these guidelines, it is committed to implementing a set of measures that increase the transparency of operations and ensure high ethical standards in the company. One of the commitments is also the appointment of corporate integrity proxies whose responsibility and task is to ensure the use of state-of-the-art methods and professional and ethical standards. In identifying and evaluating risks, they use different sources for collecting information and various work techniques. Particular attention is paid to the appropriateness of carrying out procedures and they fully, and in a timely manner, inform the management and supervision bodies about their findings, proposals and recommendations for elimination of risks or irregularities. At the same time they also establish a mechanism for systematic and independent supervision of the implementation, regularity and effectiveness of measures in managing risks to corporate integrity.

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Petrol is a signatory of the Slovenian Guidelines on Corporate Integrity. If you have a question about how to act right or if something bothers you in Petrol's operations, you can contact Petrol's Corporate Integrity Officers.

If you detect a suspicion of a serious violation, you can report the irregularity:

Nina Bizjak, Head of Management Board Cabinet

After graduating at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana, Nina Bizjak started to work for Ilirika turizem d.o.o. as a lawyer in 2006 and was later promoted to Head of the Legal and HR Office. With business consolidation in January 2009, she was also managing legal affairs at Kompas d.d. Company. In august 2009, she took on the challenge of a lawyer in Spar Slovenia, where she had been managing all employment regulation procedures by providing legal support and consulting concerning employers, data protection, work processes, internal regulations vis-à-vis labour law requirements, employment regulation procedures and disputes. In 2012, she passed the national bar exam. Between 2011 and 2018, she has simultaneously held seminars in the field of labour law at TZO, CPOEF, etc. In 2018, she became Head of the Compliance Office in Petrol, and in January 2021 she took over managing the Management Board Cabinet. She is a member of workgroups and projects involved in establishing a corporate integrity system; she is the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, Corporate Integrity and Anti-Mobbing.

Franc Pavlin, Director of Corporate Security and Business Control

Franc Pavlin is a qualified organised crime investigator at an international level with knowledge in the field of the prevention of corruption. His career started in 1989 when he became a police officer at the Ljubljana Center Police Station. Seven years later, he became a criminal investigator in the field of preventing violent extremism and terrorism at the Ljubljana Police Directorate. In 2004, he graduated in criminal justice and security from the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security and a year later he took over the management of the corruption prevention team at the Ljubljana Police Directorate’s Economic Crime Department. In 2007, he was promoted and moved to the General Police Directorate where he took over the management of the Internal Investigation and Integrity Division. He completed specialist studies in police management at the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security in 2013. On 7 September 2020, he became the Director of Petrol’s Corporate Security and Business Control Department and on 1 October 2021, he additionally assumed the position of Corporate Integrity Officer at Petrol d.d., Ljubljana.