Fluor Logo
graphic background

Compliance & Ethics Portal

graphic background

Getting Help and Reporting Concerns

At Fluor, we value open and transparent communication. When concerns about integrity or ethics arise, we encourage employees to utilize any of our speak-up channels, including speaking with their supervisors, local human resources managers, other Fluor subject matter experts or the Compliance and Ethics group (ethics@fluor.com).

Additionally, Fluor employees, clients, suppliers, subcontractors and other third-party business partners can ask questions about our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code) or raise any concern through Fluor’s Compliance & Ethics Integrity Portal & Hotline. Managed by a third-party company, the Integrity Portal and Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by phone or internet with translation/interpretation support in over 150 languages. Concerns can also be reported anonymously (unless prohibited by local law).

Concerns can also be reported anonymously (unless prohibited by local law) via the Integrity Portal & Hotline.

Compliance and Ethics Integrity Portal and Hotline

How to use Fluor's safe channels to raise integrity concerns and ask questions, and what happens after a report is made.

Compliance and Ethics Integrity Portal and Hotline

Portal de integridad en cumplimiento y ética de Fluor

Cómo utilizar los canales seguros de Fluor para plantear inquietudes sobre la integridad y hacer preguntas, y qué sucede después de realizar una denuncia.

Portal de integridad en cumplimiento y ética de Fluor

In 2023, employees utilized all available speak-up channels including speaking to their manager, Human Resources, corporate compliance and contacting the Integrity Portal and Hotline to report compliance and ethics concerns.

Reported concerns included human resource-related concerns such as harassment and retaliation (60%); falsification or destruction of information (12%); and health, safety and environmental (8%).

We investigate all concerns raised in good faith and, subject to local law, are committed to maintaining confidentiality during the investigation process. Investigators keep reporters informed during the investigation, including when the reporter is anonymous. Fluor strictly prohibits retaliation against anyone who makes a good faith report or participates in an investigation related to a reported concern.

The Compliance & Ethics Committee reviews the trends and disposition of reported ethics and compliance concerns.

Corporate Compliance reviews and updates the reporting and investigation guidelines at a minimum of every three years or in response to any changes required by law to make sure that all concerns are investigated thoroughly, in a timely manner and by an objective investigator.

pie chart illustrating cases described in the page text

EU Whistleblower Protection Directive

Recently, the European Union (EU) enacted 2019/1937, The EU Whistleblower Protection Directive (The Directive) to ensure potential whistleblowers are protected for raising concerns or disclosing information about potential breaches of laws that are intended to protect EU citizens and that can cause serious harm to the public interest. We have created new policies and procedures to ensure that we satisfy these requirements as can be seen through the links below: