Fluor Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and Other Related Policies

Fluor works to ensure that all employees, regardless of geography or culture, have the tools and resources they need to maintain the highest standards of ethical compliance. The Fluor Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the Code) is the centerpiece of this commitment Fluor has made to conduct business with our standards of ethics and compliance.

The Code, developed with employee input, is a resource for information or guidance on our business ethics. While the Code cannot possibly cover every subject area or situation, it guides employees regarding the right questions to ask, the right experts to consult, and the right way to make decisions. The Code contains an ethical decision-making framework and a list of available resources where employees can obtain guidance or report suspected misconduct.

The Code is reviewed on at least an annual basis and updated as appropriate to address Fluor's evolving compliance and ethics risks.

Fluor's Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy

Beyond the Code, Fluor has more detailed policies and practices for its higher risk areas. Fluor's Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy prohibits bribing, or receiving a bribe from, any third party. Facilitating payments are prohibited.

Read Fluor's Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy.

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Code Summary for Craft Employees
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