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Corporate Governance > Corporate Social Responsibility
The Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC), consistent with the provisions of the 1987 Constitution and other pertinent laws, is committed to:

Conducting business in a responsible and ethical manner
• Protecting the environment and safety of the people
• Supporting human rights and
• Engaging, learning from, respecting and supporting the communities and cultures within its work place/location.

 In line with our Code of Business and Ethics, PNCC shall ensure that all matters of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are considered, supported and reinforced in its operations and administrative matters in pursuit of the best interest of PNCC’s stakeholders. PNCC’s Board of Directors and Management likewise ensure that appropriate organizational structures are in place to effectively identify, monitor, and manage CSR issues and activities relevant to its business.

This Policy shall apply to the company and its subsidiaries. It may also refer to contractors, suppliers, partners and affiliates.

This Policy is built on the following areas that reflect existing and emerging standards of CSR:  

PNCC is committed to respecting and obeying the Constitution and complying faithfully and timely with all provisions, rules and regulations, and corporate governance standards, and to act within the bounds of PNCC’s Articles of Incorporation and By-laws.



Business Ethics and Transparency
PNCC is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and corporate governance practices to maintain excellence in its daily operations, and to promote confidence in the governance systems.


PNCC is committed to observe the principles of fairness, accountability and transparency on all its corporate affairs.

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PNCC will advise its contractors, suppliers, partners and affiliates of this CSR Policy and will work with them to achieve consistency with this Policy.


Safety, Health and Environment
PNCC is committed to safeguarding the safety and health of its employees, contractors and the general public and to preserve the environment in undertaking its operations and activities. The underlying principles are detailed in the Safety, Health and Environment Code of PNCC.
All employees are responsible and accountable for contributing to a safe working environment, fostering safe working attitudes, and operating in an environmentally responsible manner.



Stakeholder Relations
PNCC is committed to timely and meaningful dialogue with all stakeholders, including stockholders, customers, regulators, and employees.


Employee Relations
PNCC is committed to providing just and lawful conditions of employment guided by the principles that promote harmonious and productive industrial relations. PNCC has developed two codes, the "PNCC Codes of Conduct" and the "PNCC Code of Employee Discipline (CCED)". It contains the preambular portion or the "Declaration of Principles" which details out the requirements for the successful implementation of the said Codes.


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Human Rights
PNCC recognizes that government have the primary responsibility to promote and protect human rights. PNCC is committed to working with government and various agencies to support and respect human right within our auspices.
PNCC will not tolerate human rights abuses, and will not engage or be complicit in any activity that solicits or encourages the commission of human rights abuses.
Customer Satisfaction
PNCC is committed to providing products and services to customers with integrity and honesty which give fair value and consistent quality, reliability and safety in return for the price paid for the same.

PNCC is committed to provide employment and economic opportunities in the community where it operates.
The company will contribute to the community by supporting related and relevant programs in health, education, social services and environment, as well as cultural and civic projects.
The Corporate Social Responsibility Policy of PNCC was approved by PNCC Board on 10 April 2019 (BD-35-2019)
    Every March since 2007, we join Earth Hour, a worldwide campaign against global warming and climate change.  Our involvement expresses PNCC's support to help shape a more sustainable future.

During Earth Hour, the security guards on duty turn off non-essential electric lights for one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 pm.

Occasionally, in years when Holy Saturday falls on the last Saturday of March, Earth Hour is moved a week early rather than its traditional date. Earth Hour 2020 was on March 28, 2020 from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
    Shake Drill
On July 30, 2015 at exactly 10:30 a.m., PNCC employees joined the Metro Manila Shake Drill together with other establishments and local governments carried out one of the biggest earthquake drills ever held in the country's capital region.

The exercises centered on the "duck, cover and hold" technique people have to take when the quake is going on and the responses of government and private groups to several life-threatening aftermath scenarios, which include fire, collapsed buildings, fallen electric and community posts destroyed and broken bridges.
    Fire Prevention Drill
The observance of Fire Prevention Month in the Philippines began in 1967, under Proclamation No. 115-A, which was issued by then President Ferdinand E. MArcos on November 17, 1966.  March was chosen as the month for this as it marks the start of the hot, dry season during which fires occur.

     Fire Prevention Month is an annual nationwide observance held every March in the Philippines during which fire prevention activities are administered by the Bureau of Fire Protection, local government units, fire fighting agencies, schools and other institutions.
The PNCC Corporate Safety, Health and Environment Commitee (CSHEC) is instructed to conduct thorough inspection of the entire company premises to determine possible hazards.  Emergency orientation and drill are provided to Fire / Earthquake Emergency Brigade and to all employees as well.  The CSHEC ensures that fire extinguishers installed at the offices are all operational.
2016                                    2018
No activities were done for 2019 due to intervening activities prioritize by the Company. Further, in 2020 and 2021, no activities were undertaken in view that the Fire Prevention Month falls during the implementation of Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) brought about by COVID-19 pandemic.
    Greening Program
For the previous years, the Company has conducted Planting Activity in coordination with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

2016.  Headed by its Chairman Elpidio C. Jamora, Jr. conducted a tree planting activity within the municipality of Norzagaray , Bulacan located in Sitio Suha, San Mateo on November 9, 2016 in response to the environment responsibility program and in support with the DENR vision in creating a nation's sustaining its natural resources a clean and green and healthy environment


2019. The company participated in the restoration of forest cover in Marikina watershed on August 10, 2019 at the Brgy. Wawa, Montalban, Rizal, a project by Philippine Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development, Inc. the "Trees for Sustainability - Nourishing Trees for Nurturing Nature.  The project is a public-private-community partnership forest restoration program that aims to increase forest cover in the country enhancing the protection-conservation function of the forest ecosystem against adverse impacts of climate change and typhoons such as floods and droughts.  Geared towards the achievement of sustainable development goals, it seeks to promote natural resources conservation, protection of biodiversity, and to provide livelihood and socio-economic growth to 26 million upland communities.  More than just a tree planting activity, the program involves adopting a tree for at least 3 years and maintenance ensuring its growth and survival in the wild while it provides livelihood for the people living in the mountains that will take care of the trees.

2020. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has implemented the Enhanced Community Quarantine in Metro Manila, social gatherings has been put on hold to lessen the spread of the virus.  The greening program of the company was limited within the sorroundings of the Bicutan property (Head Office) of PNCC. Through the initiative of the Head of Human Resources Division, Mr. Felix M. Erece, Jr. with the assistance of other personnel, vegetable garden was established during the ECQ. The vegetable produce of the said garden has sustained the employees and the security guards who were locked down in the PNCC office during the ECQ.
2021.  At the height of COVID-19 Pandemic, the greening program activities has been put on hold for fiscal year 2021 in consideration of government's stringent travel restrictions.
2022.  The PNCC Management in coordination with Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) through Mr. Roy Gulane of DENR Main Office and Mr. Albino Adornado of DENR-PENRO conducted tree planting activities that help sustain the conservation and rehabilitation of the country's natural resources. PNCC employees with the assistance of Mr. Levino Rellano, President of Peoples' Organization in Kaliwa Watershed Forest Reserve planted 200 seedlings of bamboo at Lanatin River, Brgy. Sto. Nino, Tanay, Rizal .  
In 2019, the company celebrated its 53rd Foundation Day in an austere manner.  The funds intended for the said celebration were instead rechanelled through the purchase of P500K worth of groceries for the earthquake victims of Mindanao.
Davao-based Directors Jonathan S. Avancena, Mohamad Taha A. Guinomla and Salvador B. Calanoy IV and Manila-based Directors William T. Yu and Pedro B. Cabatingan participated in the turnover of relief assistance composed of rice and groceries to Col. Romy Viray, Commanding Officer of Central Coordinating Center in Amas, Kidapawan, Cotabato.

2020. Activities has limited to initiatives which required less contact with other citizens in the community as part of the company's precautionary measure in adopting to the new normal, ensuring in the process the safety of the persons within the community.

PNCC's Safety Officer, Engr. Jaime G. Soriano, Jr. initiated the repair and restoration of traffic safety signage along the outside perimeter of the office.  The signage was installed as precautionary measure to help motorist to prevent accident on the sharp curve 25 meters away from the main gate of PNCC.

Through the years, the Company has sponsored projects of local government units, charitable institutions and civic organizations:

    Customer Satisfaction    
The Company is conducting a yearly survey to gauge customer satisfaction on the services of the company.
Results of Customer Satisfaction Survey [2021]
    Stakeholder Relations [2021]