HEART

HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR PRACTICES

TOP

OUR IMPACT

BY THE NUMBERS
100
%
of business within C.P. Group conducted human rights due diligence processes.
2.19
cases per 1,000,000 hours worked lost time injury rate (employee)
429
sites have passed the safety management audits.
1 : 1
ratio of Male to Female employed

OUR WAY FORWORD

2030
Sustainability
Goals
Protect and promote rights of all people according to rule of laws of the country where we operate and our supply chain
100%
of business periodically
conduct human rights impact
assessment in high-risk own
operations and tier 1 suppliers

MANAGEMENT

APPROACH
Human rights issues are one of the globally addressed concerns. Charoen Pokphand Group (C.P. Group) recognized that inherent dignity and the equal rights of people is the foundation of freedom, justice, and peace. With our diversified businesses involving a wide range of stakeholders and periodically expansions, C.P. Group is aware of potential human rights risks and challenges that may affect the business. Therefore, the Group strives to continuously improve own operations’ standard as well as the suppliers and partners. Moreover, ensuring respect for human rights by, among others, promoting quality and fair labor practices, eliminating all forms of discrimination, managing occupational health and safety in all the business units.

To prevent from human rights risks and create opportunity for sustainable growth, C.P. Group has based our human rights management on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP). The Human Rights and Labor Practices Policy and Guideline covers the processes of policy making, formulation of operational procedure, human rights due diligence and mitigation of the human rights impact. The business units and suppliers have encouraged to adopt the same management standard assuring that no human rights violation occurs throughout the Group’s entire supply chain. As C.P. Group focuses on a proactive approach to prevent and mitigate high-risk human rights issues, the current human rights due diligence process has also been incorporated into the Group’s merger and acquisition process.
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1. Show Commitment
  • Announce Human Rights and Labor Practices Policy
  • Announce Code of Conduct
  • In the process of developing specific policies, such as a Migrant Works Employment Policy
2. Embed in the Organization
  • Conduct awareness training on human rights, encompassing employees at all levels
    • Top-level management
    • Mid-level management
    • Employees
  • In the process of developing an e-learning curriculum to efficiently educate employees
3. Assess Impact
4. Integrate into Operations
  • Integrate human rights into the organization’s risk assessment and regular business processes
  • Develop and communicate protocols, such as responsible sourcing
5. Follow up to increase effectiveness
  • Develop human rights indicators
  • Monitor progress on human rights at the group and business level
6. Communicate Performance Result
  • Report Human Rights Due Diligence progress through the Group’s Sustainability Report
7. Create Stakeholder Engagement
  • Became a member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) Thailand
  • Participated in the 2018 Annual National Human Rights Planning meeting
The 2020 Human Rights Risk Assessment Results and Measures is explained and the identified measures for high-risk human rights includes Discrimination, Environmental Impact, Child Labor, Occupational Health and Safety, Forced Labor, and Foreign Workers.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

C.P Group recognizes the importance of providing equal opportunities practices to all employees in hiring and career development planning, regardless of gender, nationality, race, as well as underrepresented groups. All the employees are evaluated based on their competencies and responsible tasks, and capable talents are encouraged and support on career advancements.

59.4%

THAILAND

26.0%

CHINA

7.2%

VIETNAM

7.9%

OTHERS

EMPLOYEE IN MANAGEMENT POSITION

TARGET
(2020)

51

Employee in
TOTAL WORKFORCE
Employee in
ALL MANAGEMENT
POSITIONS
(as % of Total Management Workforce)
Employee in
JUNIOR MANAGEMENT
POSITIONS
(as % of Total Management Workforce)
Employee in
TOP MANAGEMENT
POSITIONS
(as % of Total Management Workforce)
 
Male
 
Female

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

MANAGEMENT APPROACH
As a leading conglomerates company, C.P. Group has employed over 365,000 employees and has a variety of business activities with internal and external stakeholders. With such operations, the Occupational Health and Safety Management is a top priority in the operations. The Group adheres to enhance the standard of safe workplace by established the Safety, Occupational Health, and Workplace Policies and Guidelines in accordance to the national laws and regulations in all territories where the Group operates, the International Labor standards on Occupational Safety and Health by the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), and Key Healthy Workplace Principles of the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Group endeavor to a ‘Zero Accident’ organization and therefore we operate according to the Occupational Health and Safety Management System while upholding the belief that good health and safety at work is the fundamental rights of all employees.
Safety, Occupational Health, and Environmental Management Standards
Driving to 'Zero Accident' organization
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