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We are committed to growing ISE in a transparent and responsible way

Corporate responsibility means different things to different businesses. For us, corporate responsibility means acting responsibly in all that we do and adding value, not only in our commercial activities, but beyond these to support all our stakeholders, including the communities in which we work. Our responsible behaviours underpin our business, enhance our multiple relationships and further motivate our people. The result is a better and more sustainable business.

Responsible Behavior

Ethics and Code of Conduct

At ISE, we are all responsible for understanding the important legal and ethical issued that affect our business and for acting with honesty and integrity at all times.

ISE’s Code of Conduct is a set of guidelines outlining the rules and responsibilities of our organisation. All employees play a key role in setting and maintaining our standards, which all employees should adhere to.

Our commitment to doing the right thing, which means complying with The Code of Conduct

Majid Al-Muzairi

Chief Executive Officer

 

Saudisation

International Systems Engineering has made a major commitment to the training of the local nationals to bring them into management, technical and other qualified positions.

The process is known as Saudisation. It is expected that the young men and women involved in this will from the leadership of the future, both in the kingdom and throughout the Arab world. Saudis constitute 80 per cent of the total International Systems Engineering workforce in Saudi Arabia making the company one of the largest private sector employers of Saudis.

The proportion and number of local nationals in employment grows steadily each year as capabilities continue to increase. The company focuses on all aspects of development, supporting the career aspirations of its workforce.

Reward and Recognition


ISE recognises employees whose ideas, actions and behaviors make International Systems Engineering a better company and help deliver service excellence. We are constantly on the lookout for these employees who go above and beyond their extra work to make sure our customers are happy. Without our employees we wouldn’t be where we are today.

Certifications

At ISE we are ISO 27001 certified which means that we comply to all information security management standards which ensures that our company identifies, manages and reduces risks to information security. The ISMS is an overarching management framework through which ISE identifies analyses and continuously addresses its information security risks.

The ISO 27001:2013 certification ensures that ISE's information security arrangements are fine-tuned to keep pace with changes to the security threats, vulnerabilities and business impacts and mitigate security risks.

 

Export Controls Policy

At ISE we adhere to various policies, and one that is particularly important is the ISE Export Controls Policy

The purpose of export controls is to protect national security and foreign policy by ensuring that military or dual use exports are kept out of the hands of unauthorized users and not used for unauthorised purposes.

Export control laws and regulations are complex and differ widely from country to country. The two sets of export laws and regulations that most often affect ISE are the military export controls of the UK and the US. These are the Orders under the Export Control Act 2002 and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) under the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) respectively. Also important are the dual use regulations promulgated under E U Regulation 1334 / 2000 (as amended) and the US Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the economic embargoes established by the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

ISE takes the Export Controls extremely seriously and is committed to complying with the relevant laws and regulations and consequently maintain a system of export control compliance that is designed to avoid violations, detect violations promptly if they occur, and provide timely responses to actual or suspected violations including prompt investigations and appropriate remedial actions.