Halliburton works closely with suppliers to ensure its supply chain maintains ethical sourcing and is respectful of human rights.
Halliburton is strongly committed to corporate social responsibility and global citizenship. Our Code of Business Conduct (COBC) and Human Rights Statement require employees, directors, officers, and all third parties that conduct business with or on behalf of Halliburton to act with fairness and integrity, observing the highest standards of personal and business ethics.
Non-compliance with Halliburton standards, such as unethical business practices, acts of corruption or poor performance, can lead to appropriate response actions up to and including termination.
Our COBC and Human Rights Statement guide how we conduct business with the highest levels of integrity and in compliance with the law. We expect suppliers to conduct business in the same manner.
We expect anyone working with Halliburton to follow the same guidance:
Halliburton and its flagship Conflict-Free Smelter Program support responsible sourcing and strive to ensure that purchased products do not contain minerals that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups, including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or an adjoining country.
Halliburton suppliers are required to:
These requirements support our commitment to the Responsible Minerals Initiative and our compliance with Section 1502 of the United States Dodd-Frank Act.
Halliburton and its board of directors support universal human rights as defined by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Our customers, suppliers, and employees represent virtually every race, national origin, religion, culture, political philosophy, and language. Diversity is the foundation of our business excellence and embodies Halliburton’s respect for human rights and dignity of all people. Halliburton is committed to protecting and upholding human rights.
Halliburton suppliers are expected to:
Anyone with concerns about potential violations of our COBC is encouraged to make a report through our Ethics Helpline, which allows for anonymous reports.
Halliburton performs due diligence on suppliers concerning slavery and human trafficking in a variety of ways:
In the United Kingdom, our suppliers must complete a questionnaire to verify that adequate controls exist to prevent slavery and human trafficking. Specifically, suppliers must confirm their awareness of the Act and describe the controls in place to comply with the Act within their businesses and their supply chains. Aligned with our commitment to preventing modern slavery, Halliburton is a proud member of the Oil and Gas Trafficking Awareness Group (OGTAG).
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