Code of Conduct


TRIPLE M DEMOLITION INC. (TMD) conducts its business commitments with integrity and pride. Our value-based experiences for our workers, vendors and their sub-contractors are conducted in a socially and environmentally responsible manner to meet or exceed the expectations and obligations under the Canadian Human Rights Act and Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act.

TMD will ensure that all interactions with their workers and vendors uphold the principles for human rights; dignity and respect, physical, sexual, verbal harassment and/or violence, bullying, teasing or other aggressive behavior are strictly prohibited. They are expected to foster and encourage a positive, harmonious, and professional work environment in their interactions with others.

Our Vendors and Sub-contractors will comply with Canada’s prohibition on the importation of goods produced, in whole or in part, by forced or compulsory labour. This includes forced or compulsory child labour and applies to all goods, regardless of their country of origin. TMD will not knowingly purchase or source products from companies that have the possibility of using forced or child labour.

All Vendors and Sub-contractors’ workers will work voluntarily and not be subjected to any form of exploitation, such as human trafficking for the purpose of forced labour or sexual exploitation. Vendors and Sub-contractors will not engage in any form of human trafficking activities.

TMD, their Vendors, and their Sub-contractors will not engage in discriminatory hiring and employment practices based on race, nationality or ethnicity , colour, religion, age, sex (including maternity, pregnancy and the possibility of pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity or expression), marital status, genetic characteristics, disability, language, or conviction of any offence for which a pardon has been granted or in respect of which a record of suspension has been ordered. Our Code of Conduct policies outline details on discrimination, equity, workplace harassment, violence, ethical sourcing and forced labour.