Code of Ethics

BRP's Code of Ethics sets the standard of behaviour we expect from our employees. The Code does not aim to foresee every situation that might arise but identifies guiding principles to help employees make decisions that are consistent with BRP's values and reputation. It applies, without exception, to all members of the Board of Directors, officers, employees and representatives. BRP suppliers and partners, as well as third parties, are also held to the Code when acting on behalf of BRP.

The BRP Code of Ethics is available in all our official working languages:



Available Resources 

Ethical behaviour is everyone's responsibility 

If you have questions, require guidance, or have grounds to believe that a provision of BRP's Code of Ethics has been breached, or that you may have breached the Code, consult the resources listed below for more information. Employees will not be penalized, dismissed, demoted or suspended and no retaliatory action will be taken against anyone for reporting or inquiring in good faith about potential breaches of the Code of Ethics or for seeking guidance on how to handle suspected breaches. All inquiries are handled promptly and discreetly.

Direct dialogue

You have the right to remain anonymous, and confidentiality and/or anonymity will be maintained. It is easier, however, to conduct a full and fair investigation of your concerns if you identify yourself and those involved. Initiate direct dialogue with your supervisor, your Human Resources representative, your Legal Services representative or the next level of management.

Whistleblower Hotline

Should you wish to remain discreet, BRP has selected an independent service provider to provide you with a way to anonymously and confidentially report actual or possible violations to the BRP Code of Ethics.
To file a report using the dedicated website or to find the toll-free number in your country to do so over the phone, please click here.

Penalties for violations

Failure to respect the letter or the spirit of the Code of Ethics or the law may lead to disciplinary measures commensurate with the violation, including termination of employment. Employees who break the law expose both themselves and BRP to criminal penalties (such as fines and jail sentences) or civil sanctions (such as damage awards or fines).

BRP’s Audit Committee 

If you are not comfortable with engaging in direct dialogue, you may, at any time, raise your concerns with the Chairman of BRP's Audit Committee by sending your concerns in writing to the following address:

c/o the Corporate Secretary
726 St. Joseph Street,
Valcourt (QC)
J0E 2L0

The Corporate Secretary will promptly forward such communications to the Chairman of the Audit Committee, unopened.


BRP Conflict Mineral Policy 

BRP strives to be a good corporate citizen. We are committed to ensuring the health, safety and protection of people who use our products. Read our Mineral Policy to learn more:




As part of its commitment to continuous improvement, BRP intends to keep developing and improving codes of practice, procedures, requirements and risk assessment and monitoring frameworks that address issues of Modern Slavery.

To read BRP’s statement submitted as required by the Canadian Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act (S.C. 2023, c. 9) and the Australian Modern Slavery Act (No. 153, 2018), click here