You are responsible for appropriately using and safeguarding BHP’s assets. You are also expected to respect both the physical and non-physical assets of others, and never knowingly damage or misappropriate those assets.
You should never share sensitive Company information without authorisation from your line leader. If you’re not sure what you can share, ask Ethics and Compliance or Legal.
You should do what you can to prevent theft, misappropriation, damage or misuse of any of our assets. This includes not allowing physical assets to be destroyed, disposed of, sold, loaned or donated without appropriate approvals.
We are all responsible for protecting BHP’s assets and this includes preventing and detecting fraud. Fraud is any intentional act of deception which is undertaken for personal or third party gain and which may result in loss to BHP or another party. Examples include false statements, obtaining a personal commission for awarding work, falsification of expense claims, misuse of BHP information or theft.