Engineering, Construction
and Project Management

Code of Conduct

Our Code of Conduct and Business Ethics outlines our expectations for our colleagues to uphold the International Labor Organization’s “Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” and the ten principles of the UN Global Compact, covering human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption, throughout our operations. We also support the UN Declaration of Human Rights as a necessary foundation for social development and economic progress. Our Code of Conduct and Business Ethics is accompanied by our Anti-Bribery Policy, Guidelines on Gifts, Entertainment and Hospitality and Guidelines on Whistle blowing/Reporting of Concerns.

New employees are advised of the requirements of the Code during orientation and provided with their own copy. Implementation is supported by policies and guidelines for addressing the Code elements, including those on human and labor rights, in the acquisition of new businesses and in our ongoing recruitment, training, performance assessment, disciplinary and grievance processes.

Compliance with our Code is reviewed quarterly by the Risk Management and Sustainability Committee of the Management and audited by our Corporate Compliance division, which reports any non-compliance directly to the Management. The duties of the Risk Management and Sustainability Committee include advising the Board on policies and practices in relation to corporate responsibility and sustainability, including social, environmental, and ethical matters including human rights and International Labor Organization core labor standards.