- Build trust in every relationship every day
- Be inclusive by embracing our differences and building a community where everyone feels valued
- Have courage to speak up, take action and shape the future
- Show caring by engaging with kindness and consideration for the wellbeing of others
We follow the laws that govern our business everywhere we operate and are open, honest, and fair in all our dealings. Our business partners look to us for our expertise because they know they can trust us.
Our high ethical standards apply to our suppliers and business partners as well. These standards are shared through our Supplier Code of Conduct. For more information, please review our Supplier Code of Conduct and other policies below.
Atmus Filtration Technologies prohibits bribery in all circumstances.
We do not bribe private individuals or government officials for any reason. We get business based on the quality of our products, services and people. Therefore, we require all employees and business partners around the world to comply with our policy against bribery as well as their local laws.
Atmus is committed to transparency in its financial reporting. We will not tolerate fraud, or false or misleading entries or statements in our financial reports or in any other books or records of the company.
Atmus is committed to ensuring human rights in the communities in which we operate, and that people are treated with dignity and respect. We prohibit all forms of forced labor, child labor and human trafficking, and we require our suppliers and partners to uphold our values on human rights.
We encourage all employees and third parties who interact with our company to speak up and raise a concern about potential violations of our Code, policies or laws and regulations to our Ethics Line at atmus.com/ethicsline.
The Ethics Line is operated by an independent, third-party provider and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We respect your confidentiality, and you may even contact the Ethics Line anonymously where permitted by the law of your country.
Employees may also raise their concerns to a manager, Ethics and Compliance, Legal, Human Resources or Internal Audit.
We do not tolerate retaliation against anyone who raises a concern in good faith or cooperates with an investigation.