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Roberts Space Industries ®

Xenor Resaevire / RESAEVIRE

  • PMC
  • Regular
  • Role play
  • Security
  • Freelancing

Defying the laws of natural selection for the right price.

You’ve got pirate problems? Your ship cant survive the dangers of space? Is your pilot too drunk for his own good? Our business is ensuring the survival of your cargo and crew from one end of the ‘Verse to the other.




Code of Ethics and Business Conduct

Trust and Credibility
Our business is anchored by trust and credibility. Trust is earned from clientele by providing reliable and exceptional services. Credibility is gained through adherence to our commitments, displaying integrity, and achieving company goals despite opposition and adversity.

  • Contracts will be evaluated at length prior to approval. Approval for contracts will be given only after careful and balanced consideration of key factors including, but not limited to, legal ramifications and potential blowback required by the contract, risk to company assets, and fiscal gains for contract completion.
  • Contracts will be fulfilled to a satisfactory state within the working timeframe, unless circumstances prevent it (Impassable blockade, collapsing star, unpreventable death, etc.)
  • Loyalty will be taken into account in all decisions, loyalty to the company, and loyalty to valued clients.
  • The legality of actions will be considered at all times, barring exigent circumstances or contract requirement.
  • All Contracts will be seen to completion, unless absolutely unavoidable to terminate, at which time, adequate compensation will be rendered to the client.

Our organization is committed to fostering an environment of dignity and respect. This environment brings out the best in all of us, and we want everyone at their full potential.

  • No employee will be discriminated against based on race, religion, gender, or species.
  • Chain of command will be adhered to and respected in the office. Ship captains have discretion for a more informal environment aboard their vessels.

We strive to have open channels of communications across all branches of the organization. Employees should always be comfortable speaking their mind regarding issues of ethics, damage mitigation and unsupported risk.

  • Ship Captains and Ground Unit Commanders will use the appropriate communication network during operations, Crew and Ground personnel are encouraged to monitor this net as well.
  • Employees should immediately notify their supervisor or Ship Captain regarding incidents of compromised behavior, unauthorized illegal activities, or non-beneficial safety violations.
  • Allegations of misconduct, including ethics violations, unsanctioned piracy acts, misuse of company resources and vessels, etc., will be investigated by the first line supervisor, and a report will be forwarded to corporate HQ for review and disciplinary action, should any be required.
  • Ship Captains and Ground Unit Commanders shall reserve the right to administer “Field Justice” regarding misconduct should the operational timeline or exigent circumstances dictate.

Upholding the Law
Our relationship with legal entities like the U.E.E. Military and Police agencies require that we maintain a respect for their laws. In order for us to continue to operate in their jurisdiction, we must observe and obey these laws, with some exceptions.

  • Ship Captains and Ground Unit Commanders will be familiar with all local, regional, and sector laws that are applicable in their purview.
  • These laws will be obeyed, unless absolutely necessary to disobey (e.g. Contract requirement, imminent loss of company property, etc.)
  • Any violation of a law will be immediately reported to the first line supervisor and then relayed to the legal department at corporate HQ.
  • Allegations regarding law violations will be reviewed at corporate HQ. Disciplinary action, if needed, will be dispensed accordingly.
  • Ship Captains and Ground Unit Commanders shall reserve the right to administer “Field Justice” regarding law violations should the operational timeline or exigent circumstances dictate.

Proprietary Information and Non-Disclosure
Our clients often prefer to maintain anonymity and operational secrecy. As part of our dedication to excellent service, their identity and goals will be maintained, unless otherwise indicated as public information. Furthermore, our operations and trade secrets will remain undisclosed unless previously authorized for public dissemination from Corporate HQ.

  • Any Violation of Information or Disclosure policies will be immediately reported to the first line supervisor, and a report forwarded to the legal department at corporate HQ.
  • Allegations regarding Information or Disclosure policy violations will be reviewed at corporate HQ. Disciplinary action, if needed, will be dispensed accordingly.

Health and Safety
We are dedicated to a (relatively) safe working environment. It should be understood that enterprises of our nature will have inherent risk, and care should be taken to mitigate that risk.

  • Ship Captains shall maintain their vessels. The vessels should be in working, efficient, and safe condition.
  • Ground Unit Commanders will ensure that all Ground personnel have working, efficient, and safe equipment.
  • All employees should take care to mitigate the loss of life, limb, and company property, barring extraordinary circumstances (operations timetable, contract requirement, tactical necessity, etc.)

Conflict of Interest
No employee will entertain a conflict of interest. Employees will be allowed to engage in other organizations; as long as this engagement is not on company time or resources, and that the organization in question does not have policies adversely dissimilar to our own.

Use of Company Resources
Company resources, including time, material, equipment and information, are provided for company business use only. Occasional personal use is permissible as long as it does not affect job performance or cause a disruption to the workplace. This must be preapproved and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Doing the Right Thing A few key questions can help identify situations that are unethical, illegal, or in conflict with corporate policy. Ask yourself:
  • Does what I am doing comply with the Xenor Resaevire guiding principles, Code of Conduct and company policies?
  • Have I been asked to misrepresent information or deviate from normal procedure?
  • Would I feel comfortable describing my decision at a staff meeting?
  • How would it look if it made the headlines?
  • Am I being loyal to my family, my company and myself?

A Note for SubContractors
The nature of our work and the size of our organization will frequently require that we delegate some of our contract responsibilities to other organizations and affiliates. Careful consideration will be employed prior to the employment of the aforementioned groups. Reputation, propensity to represent our company faithfully, and likelyhood to operate in line with our goals, shall be considered prior to hiring. Egregious deviations from these parameters during joint operations will result in a discontinuation of business relations with that group.


1: All contracts, whether legal or of questionable legality, that require more than two (2) members of XR shall bring said contract to the attention of their chain of command. At no time are large groups of XR to take contracts upon themselves without clearing them with Corporate.