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Health, Safety & Environmental Protection (HSE)

“Safety doesn’t happen by accident.”


    Our Commitment to Safety and Security

    Everyone who works for or with Fluor knows that safety is our hallmark. Fluor’s reputation depends on our continued commitment to safety and the welfare of our employees. Providing a safe and secure work environment gives us a competitive advantage in attracting the best applicants, retaining our valuable workforce, and winning and keeping clients.

      Protecting the Environment

      Fluor is fully committed to acting as an environmental steward in all of the worksites where we operate. To protect the environment, you must know and follow the environmental policies and regulations that apply to your work. All project designs and plans we provide to our clients must comply with applicable environmental laws.

        HSE and Security Compliance

        HSE and security regulations vary in different countries and states. Therefore, in addition to our global standards for promoting HSE and security, the company has put in place processes to comply with local regulations. You have the responsibility to know and follow the global and local HSE and security regulations, policies and practices that apply to your work and to help make the workplace safe for everyone.

        You should report any violations of HSE policies or potential hazards to your HSE manager. Failing to properly report these violations or asking another employee not to report one is a violation of our Code and may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

        Common Questions
          No. Even if the client pressures you to “just get the job done,” do not proceed. Stop work and determine an appropriate means to prevent the employee from falling. Precautionary measures to protect the well-being of our employees must never be compromised. Schedule and budget impacts are never good reasons to put an employee in harm’s way.

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          Yes. Always report all incidents and near misses. Your injury could get worse if not treated early on, and the uneven step could cause more severe incidents if not reported and corrected. You will never be disciplined for making a good faith report of an incident or near miss, whereas you may be subject to disciplinary action if you do not report.

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            No Weapons or Workplace Violence

            Personal weapons, such as guns, that can be used to harm others, should never be brought into the workplace. Acts of violence, as well as threatening remarks or gestures, or other disruptive behavior in the workplace are unacceptable.

              Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workplace

              You may never work under the influence of or possess at your workplace alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription drugs that might interfere with your ability to do your job safely and effectively. Doing so could compromise your safety and that of your fellow employees. We have put in place specific policies that outline rules on drugs and alcohol in the workplace. Alcohol may, at times, be served responsibly at company functions such as a company picnic or holiday party. These activities must be in accordance with your local office practices, including any necessary authorizations, or as part of routine business custom such as a business dinner with Fluor managers and clients.


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              Our Compliance and Ethics team here at Fluor are here for you. Please reach out if you are unsure or have any questions about our Code of Conduct or your responsibilities as a team member.

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