We are fully committed to working with integrity and our Code of Conduct (the Code) specifically prohibits engaging in unethical behaviour. Like safety, working with integrity – doing what is right and doing what we say we will do - should be the starting point for everything we do. We care as much about how results are achieved as we do about the results themselves.
We encourage employees, and those who work with us or who are associated with us, to report conduct they reasonably believe may be illegal, unethical or inconsistent with our Code and to feel safe to come forward without fear of retaliation.
BHP Whistleblower Policy
BHP Whistleblower Policy – Legal Protections for Reporters in Australia sets out how reports under the Whistleblower Protection Scheme can be made and the protections that are available to Eligible Reporters under these Australian laws.
Operating responsibly and ethically involves bringing Our Charter values to life. We deliver on our commitments to our shareholders, employees and host communities by demonstrating these values through our actions, processes, systems and interactions with all stakeholders. We constantly look to learn and develop, to seek out ways in which we can improve how we do our work. Our approach to ethical conduct and regulatory compliance is no different, evolving over the last two decades as our Company has grown and expanded into many locations around the world.