Last Updated: October 26, 2020
Tanium Inc. and its worldwide subsidiaries (collectively, the “Company”) are committed to conducting business in an ethical manner that respects internationally recognized human rights. We therefore comply with all applicable laws in the countries where the Company operates and we strive to ensure that the way we run our business prevents and deters any form of human trafficking, forced labor, child labor, and modern slavery.
The Company holds its suppliers and other business partners to the same high ethical standards regarding the human rights of their workers. The Tanium Code Conduct sets forth our expectation that the individuals and entities we engage with act with the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior, and conduct themselves in a manner that is lawful, professional, honest, and free from fraud or deception.
We take various steps to communicate and enforce these policies, including:
- Making the Tanium Code of Conduct and its ethical standards applicable to anyone who performs work on behalf of, or does business with, the Company, including contractors, consultants, suppliers, and resellers.
- Making the Tanium Code of Conduct available to all of the Company’s employees and business partners.
- Ensuring compliance with all applicable laws relating to employee recruitment and employment terms and conditions.
- Contractually requiring the Company’s suppliers and other business partners to comply with all applicable laws.
- Conducting due diligence on business partners to verify their compliance with laws.
- Providing online, telephone, and in person methods for individuals to report suspected ethical violations.
- Taking action, including potential termination of our business relationship, against business partners that do not adhere to our ethical standards.
- Providing training to employees regarding the Company’s ethical standards.
Suspected violations of these standards should be promptly reported to a member of Company management, the Human Resources or Legal departments, or the Company’s third-party hosted website and phone system. The Company will not allow any retaliation against anyone who acts in good faith in reporting a violation of these standards. Further details on reporting violations are available on the tanium.com website.
Compliance with anti-human trafficking and anti-slavery legislation is an ongoing commitment, and the Company will continue to develop and the way we operate to ensure that human trafficking and slavery play no part in our business or supply chain.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Company’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 January 2021.