Our Company, Our Commitment, Our Amanah

Since its formation in 2004, Sohar Aluminium has been a leader within the manufacturing sector in Oman. This leadership, however, carries with it a responsibility to our stakeholders and the wider community, of ensuring that every action we take lives up to the core values of our company.

Our Code of Conduct and Compliance Program is named “Amanah”, which originates from the Arabic word “Amn”, meaning guarding and protecting. Literally translated into English, it means fulfilling or upholding trust. Amanah highlights our shared responsibility in protecting the company and its stakeholders from potential harm caused by illegal, dubious, and unethical acts.

Sohar Aluminium is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. We want you to feel comfortable in approaching your leader or manager in instances where you believe violations of policies or standards have occurred. They are your first point of contact and can provide you guidance to address your ethical concerns. You may also approach Internal Audit & Compliance, an independent function reporting to the Board, Audit Finance and Risk Committee.

In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous report in confidence, you are encouraged to use the Amanah website or helpline, hosted by EthicsPoint. However, we request you to pause and test your concern against the following conditions before reporting.

  • It’s based on facts, actual events or plausible hear-say,
  • It appears illegal or doesn’t feel right,
  • It‘s a clear violation of our policies, procedures or the code,
  • It’s not covered under the grievance policy.

The information you provide will be sent to us by EthicsPoint on a totally confidential and anonymous basis if you should choose. You have our guarantee that your comments will be heard. You can support our work by providing us with contact information (phone no., e-mail) so that we can contact you for further information if required. All information, as is currently the case, will be taken seriously and treated confidentially in accordance with the law.

See the EthicsPoint FAQs for more information.