Global Citizenship at Schlumberger reflects the diversity and integrity of our workforce. Founded in 1926, Schlumberger is the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to the international oil and gas exploration and production industry. As of December 31, 2012, the company employed approximately 118,000 people representing over 140 nationalities and working in approximately 85 countries. Schlumberger Limited has principal offices in Paris, Houston and The Hague, and reported revenues of $42.15 billion in 2012.
As a business and as a community of individuals, Schlumberger is connected to many of the challenges facing the world today. To guide our behavior, we have developed a six-theme framework that addresses some of these challenges while anchoring them in the bedrock of Schlumberger values.
Those values are embedded in the Schlumberger Blue Print. Launched in 2013, the Blue Print updates our former Code of Ethics by providing a practical and clear guide to the behavior expected from Schlumberger employees. It is designed to ensure that our employees embody the qualities of global citizens by maintaining high standards of behavior wherever we operate.
The Schlumberger Blue Print – Our Identity summarizes our purpose, ambitions, values and the mindset we need to succeed. The Blue Print in Action—Our Code of Conduct is designed to help each employee handle business situations professionally and fairly. It explains how our actions reflect on the company and how the company is therefore the sum of our actions.
The Schlumberger Global Citizenship framework focuses on six themes chosen because they are significant to the countries where we live and work, and because we have substance to contribute:
Provides answers to questions regarding governance, ethics, health, safety, environment, and social issues and complements the company's filings with the DJSI and CDP.
Schlumberger Blue Print—Our Identity
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Schlumberger Blue Print—Our Code of Conduct
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