Respecting human rights and a commitment to strong governance and anti-corruption are critical to the sustainability of our business and significant enablers in understanding and addressing ethical business risks. They are also critical to our ability to contribute meaningful and ongoing social value to our stakeholders.
BHP’s Ethical Supply Chain processes are applicable to all current and new suppliers of goods and services, without exception. We take this responsibility very seriously and see it as not only critical to the sustainable operation of our business but as the right thing to do.
BHP Minimum requirements for suppliers
BHP Minimum requirements for suppliers set minimum health, safety, environment, community and business conduct requirements. Adherence to our Minimum requirements for suppliers?is a prerequisite to doing business with BHP.
Ethical Supply Chain and Transparency Guide
BHP’s Ethical Supply Chain and Transparency Guide?aims to enhance the capability of our suppliers to manage human rights risks in their supply chains, and in doing this we pursue our purpose of bring people and resources together to build a better world.
Please click the links below for further information on BHP, its operations, protocols and its commitments to human rights and modern slavery risk mitigation.
BHP’s Charter Values
BHP’s Code of Conduct
BHP’s Human Rights Policy Statement
BHP’s Modern Slavery Act Statement