Supplier Code of Conduct
A commitment to ethical business conduct
All PG&E suppliers, as well as their employees, subcontractors and sub-suppliers must adhere to our Supplier Code of Conduct if they wish to do business with us.
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Safety always comes first
The safety of every PG&E contractor, employee and the public takes top priority in everything we do. That's why we developed an enterprise Contractor Safety Program.
Share the Code with your employees and contractors working for, or on behalf of, PG&E.
Ensure everyone is in compliance with this Code, all applicable laws and regulations, and working in accordance with the highest standards of ethical business conduct.
Verify all workers are trained with the skills, expertise and certifications necessary to complete the job in a safe and compliant manner.
PG&E may ask suppliers to demonstrate conformance to this Code of Conduct. Failure to comply can result in contract termination. Typically, conformance verification includes review of suppliers’ policies, procedures and risk management systems to confirm adherence to PG&E conduct expectations.
We want suppliers to speak up
Immediately notify your PG&E business contact about any issue or concern. Misconduct concerns may also be addressed by contacting PG&E’s Compliance and Ethics Helpline at any time, day or night, at 1-888-231-2310, firstname.lastname@example.org or pgecorp.ethicspoint.com. You can report any activities you believe may be illegal or unethical or raise concerns about questionable accounting or auditing matters.
PG&E’s supplier base is a critical and necessary extension of our mission, operations and future success. We appreciate your commitment to making compliance and ethics a top priority as you work with us.
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