Supplier Code of Conduct + Diversity
Dresser-Rand Supplier Code of Conduct and Supplier Diversity
Suppliers represent a critical component of Dresser-Rand’s performance and value proposition. Our Supplier Code of Conduct supports our process for identifying suppliers that demonstrate a firm commitment to safety, ethics, the environment and continuous improvement. We strive to utilize suppliers who can provide us with world class goods and services with the lowest total cost of ownership, best on time delivery, shortest lead-time, exceptional quality, unique capability, and a high level of customer responsiveness.
We are committed to providing a solid basis for our relationship built on the principles of law, fairness, mutual benefit, and efficiency. As such, Dresser-Rand expects suppliers to follow a strict code of conduct based on compliance to all applicable laws and regulations with respect to conducting business.
Supplier Code of Conduct
The Supplier Code of Conduct outlines our clear expectations for the principles we expect our suppliers to adhere to in conducting business. We have a responsibility to our employees and business partners to be clear on our expectations in several key areas including Safety, Environment, Legal Compliance, Business Gifts, and Conflicts of Interest.
Dresser-Rand strives to include qualified women- and minority-owned businesses / suppliers that meet or exceed specific government and commercial contract requirements. These businesses must deliver high-quality goods, on time, while meeting required lead times and providing low overall total cost of ownership.
Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise Program
It is the Dresser-Rand policy to provide opportunities for women and minority businesses to share in Dresser-Rand’s total expenditure for goods and services. We recognize the need to develop and assist minority businesses by deploying best in class methodologies, performance drivers, and metrics in order to make them competitive in today’s marketplace.
Dresser-Rand’s minority business development policy applies to minority owned businesses, women owned businesses, veteran owned businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, certified section 8(a) businesses, small businesses, HUB zone businesses, and veteran disabled small businesses.