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Ethical Decision Making
Every day, we make decisions, big and small, that collectively
can have a significant impact on our business results and reputation.
When faced with a difficult situation, we ask ourselves the questions below
(We expect the same of our contractors).
The four "yes" answers are required to qualify an action as ethical
and in step with Chevron's values
- Is it legal?
- Is it consistent with company policy?
- Is it consistent with The Chevron Way?
- Would I be comfortable if it were made public?
Requirements – Our Expectations of Our Contractors
- 1. Ethical Interactions with Government Officials
Engaging stakeholders ethically is a key to our success. As such, we
expect our contractors to exercise propriety when interacting with
local government officials. Meals, entertainment and gifts may be
given to foreign officials only if they are of modest value, are
lawful per local and U.S. law, and conform to normal social
amenities in the official’s country.
- Ethical Interactions with Chevron Employees
Our policy is to purchase and contract on the basis of quality,
service and price. Gifts, entertainment, trips, discounts, loans or
other favors of more than a modest value, should not be offered to
our employees, as our policy prohibits their acceptance.
- Reporting Suspected Violations
In support of Chevron's strong commitment to compliance, the Company
maintains a Hotline so employees and contractors can report
activities that may involve violations of law, including possible
criminal conduct, violations of Chevron's Business Conduct & Ethics Code
or Company policies. Should you suspect improper activities,
please report them by calling 001-800-11-007-5466.
For more information on ethical conduct, please read the attached document: