We have an unwavering commitment to being a good partner focused on building productive, collaborative, trusting and beneficial relationships
with governments, other companies, our customers, our communities and each other.
We trust, respect and support each other, and we strive to earn the trust of our colleagues and partners.
We are honest with others and ourselves. We meet the highest ethical standards in all business dealings. We do what we say we will do. We accept responsibility and hold ourselves accountable for our work and our actions.
We are committed to excellence in everything we do, and we strive to continually improve. We are passionate about achieving results that exceed
expectations — our own and those of others. We drive for results with energy and a sense of urgency.
We seek new opportunities and out-of-the-ordinary solutions. We use our creativity to find unexpected and practical ways to solve problems. Our experience, technology and perseverance enable us to overcome challenges and deliver value.
Protecting People and the Environment
We place the highest priority on the health and safety of our workforce and protection of our assets and the environment. We aim to be admired for world-class performance through disciplined application of our Operational Excellence Management System.
Business Conduct and Ethics Code
Our Business Conduct and Ethics Code is built on our core values and highlights the principles that guide our business conduct. It provides questions and answers for situations that you might encounter on the job and lists resources for help or further information. However, the Code cannot address every possible workplace situation or list all of KCRC’s corporate policies and procedures. Use it for guidance about our ethical standards and where to take your questions or concerns.
When each of us follows the Code, we communicate our commitment to the values that have made KCRC admired both as a business partner and as a valued citizen of the global community. It is important to note, however, that violations of the Code, or the policies referred to in the Code, could result in discipline, including termination of employment or criminal prosecution or both.