188金宝搏官网下载贝克休斯’ supply chain is large and diverse as we source materials from more than 180 countries. Our spend is divided into direct and indirect materials. Direct materials are the components that are incorporated into the products and services that we sell. The largest categories of direct material purchases are castings, forgings, electronics, and machined parts.
我们也购买产品和服务来支持我们的business operations, which are used to develop or create, but are not incorporated into, our products or services. These are referred to as indirect purchases. They range from tools and supplies to telecommunications and professional services.
Supplier Integrity Guide
供应商是我们的价值链中的关键伙伴，并保持道德供应链至关重要。Our Supplier Integrity Guide governs all aspects of our relationships with suppliers, contractors, consortium partners, and consultants. It includes specific requirements for fair employment practices; health, safety, and environment; and human rights. Our suppliers are required to hold their own suppliers to equivalent standards.
Qualifying our suppliers
In 2019, we renamed the Baker Hughes Supplier Responsibility Guidelines (SRG) Program to the Baker Hughes Supplier Social Responsibility Program (SSRP) to better reflect Baker Hughes’ commitment to social responsibility and ethical practices across our supply chain. We continued integrating all relevant legacy Baker Hughes suppliers into our common SSRP onboarding process.
我们对供应链监测计划采取风险缓解的方法to identify suppliers based on country risks, the supplier's past performance, and other factors. We look to continuously improve our risk profiling by further identifying additional risk factors, such as process risks, to include in our reviews. Additionally, pre-engagements and on-site periodic assessments follow an "Eyes Always Open" policy for our teams to be alert to potential violations during any supplier visit.
We have 145 trained SSRP auditors with the opportunity of all employees to take SSRP Awareness training and Eyes Always Open training. Each one of our trained employees is empowered to raise concerns they may have on supplier expectations, human rights issues and on-site due diligence requirements.
Since 2005, employees trained in the SSRP program from legacy Baker Hughes companies have conducted more than 30,000 supplier assessments across 100 countries. We drive better outcomes through our collaboration and partnership with suppliers and other stakeholders. Working together with suppliers, customers, governments, industry partners, academic institutions, and non-governmental organizations, we can achieve holistic progress in human rights more than any one sector can accomplish alone.