The Korea gas Safety Corporation participated in the Fair Player Club
The Korea gas Safety Corporation (CEO Kim Hyung-keun) announced on Mar. 8, 2018 that it pledged for anti-corruption
and ethical management to restore public confidence by participating in the "Fair Player Club Anti-Corruption Ceremony",
which was held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul on Mar 7, 2018.
The Fair Player Club is a public-private partnership forum that manages corporate risks and strengthens anti-corruption
capabilities by providing field-based compliance and ethical management education, research study, awareness
promotion, and anti-corruption self-diagnosis tools.
Many representatives of governments including Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy and Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights
Commission, public institutions, and corporations attended the pledge ceremony, hosted by UN Global Compact Network
Korea and organized by Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum. UN Global Compact is a specialized organization
under UN that encourages companies to join in the sustainable and balanced development through cooperation between
UN and companies and to improve international social ethics and environment.
"Setting up an anti-corruption business culture is a pre-requisite for sustainable development of a company" said
Hyung-Keun Kim, CEO of the company the Korea gas Safety Corporation. "We will be re-born as a clean and transparent
public institution by strengthening integrity restoration activities by pledging for fair play."
In order to recover the trust that crashed in the past year due to its recruitment corruption, the Korea gas Safety
Corporation (KGS) strives has been endeavoring to establish a culture of anti-corruption by holding the KGS Ethics and
Integrity Festival with its employees and publish a sustainability report which acquired the highest level (AAA) of
Sustainability Management Achievement for 10 years since 2009.