Clean Desk
Policy (CDP)




A clean
desk policy (CDP) guides employees of the way they must leave
their working space at the end of the day. It also protects sensitive/confidential
documents from any security breaches or information theft. Organized office
send a message of professionalism and efficiency to visitors.





All employees
regardless their positions within The Group are subject to this policy.




3.1. Employees
are required to ensure that all sensitive/confidential documents must be remove
from desk and in a secure place when desk is not occupied, and at the end of
the day.


3.2. PCs/Laptops
must be locked when employee is away.


3.3. Employees
are instructed to keep their offices tidy and free of clutter to keep positive environment.


3.4. Employees
must keep walls free of taped papers that might damage company’s property.


3.5. Employees
must not throw sensitive/confidential documents into office garbage, instead they
must destroy them using paper shredder.


3.6. Employees
must ensure to remove any printouts documents that might have any sensitive
information and not keep them lying around for others to see.


3.7. Employees must ensure to not keep sticky notes or other
documents that contain sensitive information (e.g. users names and password) on
desk when it is not occupied.


3.8. Personal belonging must not be
visible within desk. Employee must keep these items inside cabinets.


3.9. Cabinets that contain sensitive/confidential documents
must be kept closed when not in use and locked at the end of the day.


3.10.  Admin/Reporting
mangers have the right to do random check on employees’ desks, and if any sensitive/confidential
document found on desk when employee is away, it might subject them to disciplinary




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