BP - Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: Implementation Guide - An extended summary

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8 February 2013

[PDF] BP - Annual Report on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights January to December 2012

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This report describes BP’s implementation of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (the ‘Voluntary Principles’ or ‘VPs’) during 2012. The structure and the reporting points that follow are numbered to correspond with the Voluntary Principles Reporting Guideline…During the last year we have worked to sustain progress in locations where implementation is a priority, including Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Indonesia and Iraq. We also continue working in other countries such as Angola and are preparing for our access to Libya…

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8 February 2013

[PDF] BP - Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: Implementation Guide - An extended summary

Author: BP

This document provides an extended summary of BP’s Voluntary Principles Implementation Guideline, which aims to enable more effective and consistent implementation wherever we operate. This requires a translation of the principles into practical tools and activities. Most importantly, implementation should be tackled through integration as much as possible within BP’s management systems, particularly within our approach to non-technical risk management. A risk associated with the Voluntary Principles is just one among many potential issues that a business has to prioritise and address…

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