10. Employee's duties
(1) Employees shall, except as and to the extent specified in the contract of employment, during the employment (and, where specified below in this section, following the termination of the Employee's employment) —
(a) perform their employment duties with reasonable diligence and care;
(b) obey the orders of the Employer to the extent that —
(i) the orders are consistent with the Employee's employment duties;
(ii) the orders will not expose the Employee to danger;
(iii) the carrying out of such orders will not constitute a contravention of any regulation or other legislation of the Abu Dhabi Global Market or any legislation or regulation that is applicable within the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(c) comply with the health and safety instructions of the Employer;
(d) take reasonable care of any of the Employer's property which is in the Employee's possession or control or which is accessed or used by the Employee (which obligation shall apply both during the Employee's employment and indefinitely following termination of employment);
(e) not accept any gifts or advantage from any person in return for the performance of the Employee's employment duties;
(f) not compete with the business of the Employer; and
(g) not disclose to any third party any confidential information of the Employer (which obligation shall apply both during the Employee's employment and indefinitely following termination of employment).
(2) The provisions of this section shall be construed, to the extent practicable, in accordance with English common law.