Michelin has pledged to support the United Nations Global Compact. It expects employees to act in accordance with the standards of integrity and ethical behavior that form the bedrock of its corporate culture.

These values and standards are assembled into a set of codes, charters and manuals that are widely promoted across the Group. Ethics Committees have been set up in each region. A database allows everyone to access best practices. Compliance with the rules of conduct is regularly audited and whistle-blowing procedures are in place to enable employees to report possible violations.


Respecting people and the environment

All of the plants have deployed an environment, health and safety (EHS) management system.

Michelin guidelines are derived from the ISO 26000 (Social Responsibility) and ISO 20400 (Sustainable Procurement) standards. Supplier performance is assessed by an independent company.

As one of the world’s leading users of natural rubber, Michelin’s sourcing strategy is built on the principles of zero deforestation, the preservation of threatened lands and ecosystems, and respect for supplier communities.

More broadly, the Group has defined a Biodiversity roadmap with measurable targets for the 2020-2030 period.

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Michelin advocates for issues in the public interest

Around the world, Michelin is committed to improving tire safety standards throughout their useful lives and their compliance with recycling guidelines.

The Group also advocates for zero-emission hydrogen mobility, carbon neutral transport by 2050 and a level playing field in international competition.

Michelin lobbies responsibly and complies with the highest standards of transparency applicable to relations between companies and public authorities.

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