We are doing incredible things to make the world more sustainable with our products.
We continue to make strides in our DuPont-owned facilities to become more sustainable. DuPont’s 2030 sustainability goals outline our pledge to constantly improve and innovate more sustainable ways of contributing.?
At DuPont, we view our suppliers as partners in our success as a company. A successful approach to sustainability requires us to also embed our commitment to sustainability into our supply chain. An important tool to help us do that is the Supplier Code of Conduct, which applies to our suppliers all around the globe. Like the DuPont Code of Conduct for employees, it’s built around our Core Values, which address all facets of sustainability.
DuPont is built on our Core Values of Safety and Health, Respect for People, Highest Ethical Behavior, and Protect the Planet. Together, these serve as the backbone of our company, and lay the foundation on which our sustainability efforts are based.
The Supplier Code of Conduct sets out our expectations for suppliers around our core values. Our goal is that our suppliers, who are integral to DuPont, will embrace these values and share our commitment to sustainability.
We have a strict gift policy for the global procurement function at DuPont. Within our organization, employees may not accept any gifts.
We ask our suppliers to help us meet our commitment to the highest ethical behavior, one of our core values, by not sending any gifts, even during traditional “gift giving times” such as the holidays at the end of the year.
For more information, see our Supplier code of conduct.
If you suspect any actions that are inconsistent with our business ethics policies, you can report your concern anonymously via phone or online. For detailed information on how to report a suspected issue, visit http://www.tyuumokuannasui.com/policy-and-ethics.html.