|Supplier Code of Business Conduct -
Suppliers are expected to respect human rights, to be committed to respecting the rights, dignity and freedom of all, to support the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and to be committed to maintaining a workplace free from all discrimination and harassment.
conflicts of interest
Suppliers must declare any situation or relationship that raises an actual, potential or perceived conflict of interest in relation to dealings with Gold Fields, and must avoid personal or business relationships which may compromise the performance of their duties.
Political activity and government interaction
Any political activity engaged in by suppliers must clearly indicate that it does not represent Gold Fields in any way, irrespective of the relationship with Gold Fields or its operations. Suppliers must not attend meetings with Government officials (including regulators or Government departments) on Gold Fields related business, without the presence of Gold Fields personnel, who must record the details of the interaction.
Accurate and complete record keeping
Suppliers must record all information relating to its dealings with Gold Fields honestly, accurately and completely. Any payment error must be reported immediately. We have zero tolerance toward fraud. Misrepresenting facts can never be justified or excused.
Suppliers can report violations of Gold Fields’ Code of Conduct or any other concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org OR the confidential hotline: South Africa: 0800 203 711
Ghana: 0800 10987
Peru: 0800 54 760
Australia: 1800 623 245
USA: 1 888 611 1848
Chile: 800 914 279
This service is administered by a third party provider and anonymity is guaranteed.