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Environmental Policy

At Penn National Gaming, we’re committed to safeguarding our natural resources and helping to protect the environment. To that end, we foster a culture of environmental excellence throughout our organization by meeting or exceeding environmental regulations; implementing environmentally sound policies; and engaging with customers, suppliers and communities on environmental impacts and opportunities for improvement.

Human Rights Policy

Penn National Gaming endeavors to conduct its business in a socially responsible and ethical manner consistent with human rights principles.  Our approach to human rights is guided by international standards -- we respect and support the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, core Conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO), the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  We are committed to embedding respect for human rights throughout all aspects of our business and within the communities in which we operate.

Responsible Gaming Code of Conduct

We want all our customers to have fun and to enjoy our properties safely. We are committed to a policy of responsible gaming at our gaming and pari-mutuel racing properties.

While we recognize the overwhelming majority of our customers enjoy our various forms of gaming and non-gaming amenities responsibly, we also understand that there is a small portion of the population who do not. To protect them, and others affected by their behavior, we have established a set of policies and guidelines modeled after the American Gaming Association’s Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming.

Animal Welfare Policy

The health and safety of the equine participants at all PENN racing properties is of paramount importance and all Racing Participants, especially those who are entrusted with the ownership and the ongoing care of these animals, must take all reasonable actions and care to ensure such equine participants are treated with dignity and respect.