Fluor's suppliers, contractors and other business partners can also report any business conduct and ethics concerns via Fluor's Compliance and Ethics Integrity Portal. Fluor suppliers, contractors and their employees can find additional information on how to report integrity concerns involving Fluor in Fluor's Business Conduct and Ethics Expectations for Suppliers and Contractors.
Fluor's Compliance and Ethics Integrity Portal is managed by a third-party company and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with translation/interpretation support in over 150 languages.
Fluor investigates all concerns raised, including concerns raised through the Integrity Portal, and is committed to maintaining confidentiality. Fluor's Integrity Portal allows anonymous communication between reporter and investigator.
Corporate Compliance handles all compliance and ethics investigations with oversight from the chief compliance officer. 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.
The Compliance and 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 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.