ExxonMobil supplier vendor and contractor expectations

ExxonMobil holds its suppliers, vendors and contractors to stringent compliance, anti-corruption, nonconflict, safety and other guidelines in order to stay in good standing.

Report Dec. 20, 2019

ExxonMobil supplier vendor and contractor expectations

ExxonMobil expects its suppliers, vendors and contractors to:

  • comply with laws, rules and regulations applicable to their business;
  • comply with their contractual obligations and perform their activities balancing economic growth, social development and environmental protection;
  • avoid any conflict of interest;
  • not offer, pay, directly or indirectly, any bribe or engage in any corrupt practice;
  • comply with antitrust and competition laws;
  • promote a safe, secure and healthy workplace;
  • apply continuous efforts to improve safety, security, health and environmental performance and foster appropriate operating practices and training;
  • endeavor to provide positive, productive and supportive work environments;
  • conduct operations and business practices in a manner consistent with the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of the 1998 International Labour Organization (ILO) Declaration, including the elimination of child labor, forced labor, workplace discrimination, and recognition of freedom association; and
  • manage activities in a manner that respects human rights and is consistent with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in effect as of 2011.

The links below provide further information:

ExxonMobil Code of Ethics and Business Conduct
ExxonMobil Statement on Labor and the Workplace
ExxonMobil Sustainability Report
ILO 1998 Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

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