Integrity is one of the most critical cornerstones of the way we conduct business and, at TechnipFMC, we hold ourselves to the highest moral and ethical principles which are the drivers of our Compliance program.''
Dianne Ralston – Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
Code of Business Conduct
Our Code of Business Conduct is built on our foundational beliefs of safety, integrity, quality, respect and sustainability, and gives us a common language and playbook for decisions and actions that help us live our core values. It helps us recognize and address the ethical dimensions to our everyday decisions.
Ethics and compliance program
Our world-class compliance program is designed on a risk-based approach and focuses on priorities below:
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption: Our standards and processes provide a clear and comprehensive framework for our business in all of the countries in which we operate, in compliance with all applicable laws.
- Trade Controls and Foreign Boycotts: We implement policies and procedures pertaining to international trade laws and regulations imposed by applicable authorities.
- Data Privacy: We implement appropriate security and access measures to protect personal data stored in information systems.
- Human Rights: The protection of human rights principles is an essential business principle we promote for our employees in the workplace and across our supply chain.
Reporting compliance concerns
It is up to all of us to uphold the principles in our Code of Business Conduct. We encourage employees and others to raise questions and concerns to ensure that we are leading by example.
Suspected breaches of our code can be reported through various means, including through an independent third-party via the dedicated reporting hotline.
TechnipFMC has a zero-tolerance policy on retaliation against employees for reporting suspected violations of our policies or Code.
For reporting any compliance concern, please contact our reporting hotline at the following link:
Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement