Human Rights at SBM Offshore

SBM Offshore is committed to respecting Human Rights and conducting business in accordance with the United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights (UNGPs).

SBM Offshore Human Rights commitments are embedded in our corporate values, SBM Offshore’s Code of Conduct, SBM Offshore Policy on Health Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE), Human Rights and Process Safety and our Human Rights Standards. These documents set out the Human Rights commitments and principles to be upheld by our employees and partners. We ask our Suppliers to sign the SBM Offshore Supply Chain Charter as part of the supplier qualification process which acts as an indicator of Suppliers’ commitment to Human Rights.

To read our full Human Rights Standards click here.


SBM Offshore efforts and progress on modern slavery can be found in the Modern Slavery Statement 2020 here.


SBM Offshore is a member of Building Responsibly, a group of leading engineering and construction companies working together to raise the bar in promoting the rights and welfare of workers across the industry. As a member, SBM Offshore commits to and promotes the Workers Welfare Principles, which serve as the global standard for workers’ welfare for the engineering and construction industry.



Raise a concern

SBM Offshore is committed to conducting its business activities in an honest, ethical, respectful, and professional manner, including respect for Human Rights. We encourage anyone, whether working for SBM Offshore or not, to speak up about potential or actual breaches of laws and regulations, the SBM Offshore Code of Conduct, company policies or procedures, including Human Rights issues or possible breaches of our Human Rights Standards.

For information on how to raise a concern as a third party, please go to our “Integrity Reporting” under Our Ethics. For information on how to raise a concern as SBM employee, please check the Integrity Line App available at SBM Online.