Integrity & Compliance in 2018

Compliance with financial, environmental and societal laws and regulations is a foundation of our identity. The integrity with which we meet our compliance obligations and the level of ethics we require of our employees, suppliers and customers ensure we maintain our license to operate.



Core Values

The strength of our company is based on more than financial performance. We measure ourselves by the strength of our company values. Our core values – safety, respect, integrity and drive are embodied in our Code of Conduct, which establishes the standards for ethical conduct and compliance with laws that apply to our employees. Our Code of Conduct reflects our core values and establishes the principles that guide our behavior.
  • Employees are required to complete annual training on the Code of Conduct
  • We encourage reporting of suspected compliance violations
  • We investigate allegations of misconduct as appropriate in a timely manner
  • We also maintain a 24/7 ethics and compliance hotline where employees, contractors, community members and other stakeholders may report via telephone or online portal good faith concerns regarding potential ethical misconduct or violations of law or policy


Continuous Improvement

As the global business landscape constantly evolves, our Ethics & Compliance (E&C) Office seeks to continuously improve our policies, practices and training to adapt to the ever-changing regulatory and compliance environment. The E&C program extends through the entire organization across all geographic locations and facilitates the identification and resolution of compliance issues and matters of concern. Each part of our E&C program was created with the goal of laying a foundation of uncompromising integrity with business ethics.


Learn more about Integrity & Compliance at Chevron Phillips Chemical



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