Reporting suspected business misconduct

At BlueScope, in the words of Our Bond, 'Our strength is in choosing to do what is right'.

BlueScope is committed to ethical and lawful conduct at all times in Company activities. Every day, when employees interact with customers, suppliers, shareholders and other partners, our business conduct is on display. All BlueScope people are responsible for acting consistently with Our Bond and with the Company's policies, standards and guidelines.

BlueScope’s Guide to Business Conduct sets these and other requirements of employees and, also the requirements for consultants, contractors and business partners working with or for BlueScope who are expected to act in accordance with relevant policies and guidelines.

How to report suspected business misconduct

Employees and all other parties who interact with BlueScope who suspect any cases of business misconduct are encouraged to raise such matters at any time using one of the reporting channels detailed below.  These channels are all operated as an independent service by accounting company, Deloitte, on behalf of BlueScope.

Persons making contact and acting in good faith will have the full support of BlueScope.

BlueScope is committed to the protection of those making genuine disclosures from any reprisal or detrimental action.

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www.bluescopesteelconducthotline.com

Username: bluescope
Password: Password1!

 bluescopesteel@deloittedigital.com

 

BlueScope Business Conduct Reporting Hotline
Reply Paid 12628
A'Beckett St
Melbourne, VIC 8006
AUSTRALIA

 

Australia - 1800 052 122

USA - 1 855 212 2675

NZ - 0800 563 465

Singapore - 800 6167 065

Vietnam +61 3 9667 3613 (not toll free)

Thailand - 0018 0061 12804

Malaysia - 1 800 81 6577

Indonesia - 001 803 61 001

North China – 108006100449

South China – 108002611371

 

Please note:

  • The hotline does not have caller identification and the source of the call
    will not be traced.
  • Anonymous calls will be accepted by the hotline and will be acted upon to
    the extent possible.
  • Experience shows it can be difficult to fully investigate anonymous calls if
    limited information is provided. It is therefore useful for the investigation
    team to be able to communicate with the caller. To assist with this, all callers
    will be allocated a unique reference number and will be encouraged to call
    back so that they may have the opportunity to provide further information
    and be kept informed of how their disclosure is being progressed.

In addition to the above, BlueScope employees may raise allegations of suspected business
misconduct with immediate supervisors or higher level managers at any time.