With a strong commitment to human rights across the value chain, GPSC has implemented a Human Rights Policy that adheres to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP). The objective is to minimize, prevent and avoid risks of human rights violation in the company and across the value chain by following the Human Rights Due Diligence Processes, which addresses adverse human rights impacts, a mitigation action plan, remediation for those impacted by human rights violations, as well as monitoring and reporting, based on strict observance of human rights protection.
Human Rights Policy
GPSC has written and published a Human Rights Policy that complies with the provisions of Thai and international laws as well as other related regulations that include the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. The company expects all executives and employees to uphold and strictly comply with the policy.
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Human Rights Due Diligent: HRDD
Scope human rights issues under GPSC & GPSC Group (6 issues)
Human Rights Risk Assessment
GPSC conducted human rights risk assessments at the organizational level in collaboration with involved departments, external parties involved or impacted, and affiliated companies. It is necessary for the company to be informed by both internal and external organizations of human rights impacts that might occur to any and all stakeholders, and to identify and prioritize human rights risks, so that it can more effectively design management plans for high human rights risks and impacts. In 2018, no complaints related to human rights violation arose.