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  • Nestlé

    Stock exchange symbol: (NESNE:SW) Update 2016: Human Rights Due Diligence Programme Nestle’s submission to the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark disclosure platform Nestlés disclosure to KnowTheChain

  • What provisions does your company have in place to ensure that grievances from workers and affected communities or individuals are heard, and can you provide examples of remedies provided?

    Update 2016: Grievance and Dispute Resolution Grievance Mechanisms in Human Rights Due Diligence

  • ConocoPhillips: Policy commitment

    ...als and Rights at Work. Business practices, processes and tools guide how our operations implement our Human Rights Position and management systems for human rights due diligence, Security & Human Rights Management Systems.  Our position statement on human rights includes our intent to conduct business consistent with the human rights philosoph...

  • Coca-Cola: Management

    ... to the Board of Directors with 2020 goals on progress being made. As a result of our investment in Myanmar in 2012, we conducted comprehensive human rights diligence in the country, and have filed two Responsible Investment in Myanmar Reports to the U.S. State Department that transparently set out our human rights due diligence process, what huma...

  • Heineken: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    A global Employees’ & Human Rights Policy Speak-up policy and procedure Supplier Code and related 4-step governance procedure Update 2016: End of 2015 we started to develop the HEINEKEN Due Diligence process with the expert support of Shift. 

  • Priority human rights issues: What are some of the priority human rights issues for your company?

    Update 2016: Important aspects of human rights due diligence for BASF comprise safety, security and health, social and labor standards, as well as supply chain management. These aspects are – either explicitly or implicitly – integral part of different management systems. Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Safety...

  • How are human rights governed in your company?

    ... at Diageo.  This cross-functional group plays a leadership role in our human rights agenda. Also, we have established a human rights governance structure to embed the due diligence of human rights as business as usual. Insights and action plans from the Human rights impact assessments flow up to the Global Risk and Compliance team and are reviewed...

  • adidas: Management

    ...ion and control.” See [link] In answer to the specific questions: - How are actual and potential human rights impacts identified and assessed? Introduction We divide our due diligence work between the impacts of our own operations – as a business we are designing, marketing and selling consumer goods products globally through retail, wholesale and ...

  • BASF: Management

    Important aspects of human rights due diligence for BASF comprise safety, security and health, social and labor standards, as well as supply chain management. These aspects are – either explicitly or implicitly – integral part of different management systems.   Safety, Security and Health: We never compromise on the safety and security of our emplo...

  • Repsol: Governance

    ...and 2016 are linked to the variable remuneration. Our corporate risk map includes risks of breaches of Human Rights [link]. The main types of risks linked to due diligence on human rights are those connected to human resources, ethics & conduct, compliance ([link]). Human rights session with Repsol’s Executive Committee at a private meeting cha...

  • Diageo: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    ...to improve the health and working conditions of beer promoters in Cambodia, who faced regular sexual harassment and misconduct or exploitation. In addition, our due diligence processes are designed to help our suppliers improve their sustainability performance. While we have our own standards and guidelines, we also work with industry associations ...

  • Ecopetrol: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    ... say that Ecopetrol has a system of human rights management which is grounded in the principle of due diligence. Thus the directive makes explicit the commitment to act with due diligence to prevent risks and mitigate any adverse impacts on human rights that may stem from its operation. 2. In compliance with the principle of due diligence, Ecopetr...

  • Rio Tinto: Management

    ...re managing them and communicate our performance. We take an integrated, coordinated and risk-based approach to human rights. As much as possible we incorporate human rights due diligence into existing corporate processes including social and environmental impact assessments, third party due diligence and broader site-level risk management. The top...

  • Diageo: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    ...highlighted our work to empower communities, especially through our relationships with barley and sorghum farmers. We have a clear plan of action and have developed our due diligence approach for proactive human rights management across our operations. In addition, we actively contribute to the wider communities via our long-term, actively-managed ...

  • Unilever: Management

    ...ctly or indirectly through our own activities or our business relationships. We manage these risks by integrating the responses to our due diligence into our policies and internal systems, acting on the findings, tracking our actions, and communicating with our stakeholders about how we address impacts. We understand that human rights due diligence...

  • How are human rights managed within your company?

    ... on ways to incorporate it into our business. Integrating human rights into core business As corporate insurer and investor, we have developed a human rights due diligence process as part of our overall ESG approach, which is integrated into the broader risk management approach to ensure consistent and rigorous implementation. For our due diligence...

  • Freeport-McMoRan: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    ...unched a corporate-level human rights impact assessment process in 2013 to identify potential impacts across the Company’s portfolio and assess opportunities for further due diligence at the operating level using a risk-based approach. While this global, high-level assessment helped to prioritize areas of focus, it did not include a site-level veri...

  • Nestlé: Management

    We deliver on our responsibility to respect human rights at the corporate level and across country operations through the implementation of our Human Rights Due Diligence Programme. The Programme is made of 8 pillars that are described below. For more information on the progress we have made against each of these pillars, see section 9 of this surv...

  • Repsol: Management

    ..., page 105 [link]; and Case of Peru: Human Rights impact assessment walking the talk (see [link] and [link]). For more details on due diligence on human rights: 2013 Corporate Responsibility Report [link]; 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report, page 128 [link]; and 2015 Sustainability Report, pages102 [link]. How is the importance of human rights si...

  • Coca-Cola: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    ...e for implementing our human rights policies, conducting human rights due diligence, and mitigating any human rights impacts if they occur. We expect our Company, our bottling partners and our suppliers to avoid causing, or contributing to adverse human rights impacts as a result of business actions. We have several human rights due diligence check...

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