Compliance & Ethics Hotline
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Welcome to Fluor’s Compliance and Ethics Hotline, your online source for compliance and ethical issues.

“ We started building our most important project 100 years ago - our reputation.
Our good name depends upon each and every one of us living out Fluor's values and conducting ourselves and our business around the world with the highest ethical standards. In doing so, we will distinguish what we do by the way we do it. Our success depends on it.
 ”
David Seaton
Chairman and CEO

If you are ever unsure about the right thing to do, or know or suspect misconduct, you have an obligation to speak up. Go to your supervisor (or up the reporting structure as necessary), your HR manager, your IR manager, a Fluor SME, a Fluor investigating department, or Fluor’s Compliance and Ethics Hotline. The company can only do something about misconduct if it knows about it. Fluor will not tolerate any form of direct or indirect retaliation when you report suspected Code violations in good faith.

May I report using either the Internet or the telephone?

Yes. The Fluor Compliance and Ethics Hotline gives you the ability to file a confidential, anonymous report via either the telephone or the Internet.
What type of situations should I report?

The Fluor hotline is designed for employees to report any known or suspected violation of our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, company policy, law, or other concerns you may have.
What happens when I contact the Fluor Compliance and Ethics Hotline?

Fluor’s Compliance and Ethics Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Reports may be made in more than 150 languages. NAVEX Global, a third party administers our Hotline, including web-based reports. For Hotline calls, the third-party call center answers these calls and transcribes the information you report. Caller ID is never used and there will be no effort to trace your call. You may report anonymously, where local law permits. However, keep in mind that the more information you provide, the easier it will be for the company to investigate and appropriately respond to your report.