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  • Roche: Policy commitment

    Yes, Roche is fully committed to supporting and respecting the human rights within its sphere of its influence and to ensuring that Roche is not complicit in human rights abuses. We have a comprehensive Code of Conduct including a policy on health,...

  • Roche: Management

    We do not have operations where this could be a significant risk. However, human rights are also part of our audits of suppliers that we conduct under the Pharma Supply Chain Initiative (“PSCI”) Principles ([link]). Total number of audits conducted in...

  • Roche: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    We have enabled an allegation mechanism for complaints. Further we created a new website for business partners: [link] There, we added the contact details of our Chief Compliance Officers and encourage our business partners to seek help and advice in...

  • Roche: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    We do not have operations where human rights could be a significant risk. Therefore, based on materiality assessments, Roche is not participating in such multi-stakeholder initiatives. We collaborate with other pharmaceutical companies under the PSCI...

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

    We continuously increased the number of supplier audits from 50 per year in 2011 to 164 in 2013, and approx. 180 in 2014. We also expanded our collaboration with other companies on supplier audits under the PSCI program. We held supplier days in an...

  • SABMiller: Policy commitment

    A stand-alone human rights policy, publicly available at: [link] Other documents: Sustainable development report (pages 3 and 17): [link] Annual report (page 40): [link] Supplier code of conduct: [link] 

  • SABMiller: Reporting and communication

    We report these commitments, our approach and results annually in both our Annual Report and our Sustainable Development report: Annual report (page 40): [link] Sustainable development report (pages 3 and 17): [link] We also have a more detailed...

  • SAP: Management

    Our Commitment to Respect Human Rights describes the standards we aspire to adhere to in the three core areas of employees, partners and suppliers and solutions. Our sustainability organisation is responsible for the implementation of our Commitment to...

  • SAP: Stakeholder engagement

    Our Commitment to Respect Human Rights is the result of a consultation about the consequences of our economic activity with regards to human rights. The human rights aspects that are of particular relevance to SAP were identified in collaboration with...

  • SAP: Reporting and communication

    Internal and external communications about our integrated company report ([link]) and via Sustainability at SAP.com ([link]), in English as well as in German. Update 2016: We communicate our engagement externally via our website SAP.com, as well as...

  • SAP: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Information about membership of SAP in relation to sustainability and human rights can be found in our integrated report: [link]. Moreover, we cover social investments of SAP in our integrated report: [link] Update 2016: Examples of these include multi...

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

    In 2011, we explained in our Commitment to Respect Human Rights ([link]) that we respect and support the fundamental principles and rights at work elaborated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the Convention of the International Labour...

  • Sanofi: Policy commitment

    Yes, A stand-alone "human rights policy": [link] Using a collaborative and sectorial approach targeted at human rights in the pharmaceutical industry and in the workplace, in 2013 the Group produced a guide, Human Rights in our Activities, to provide a...

  • Sanofi: Governance

    - How are human rights governed in your company? Our commitment to respect human rights is the foundation of our CSR approach. It provides Sanofi with an inspirational framework and guide for analysis and action towards continuous improvement. We are...

  • Sanofi: Management

    - How are human rights managed within your company? From pilot programs to robust management systems, Sanofi deploys targeted actions to avoid causing adverse human rights impacts on patients, employees, clinical trial participants, local communities...

  • Sanofi: Stakeholder engagement

    Representatives from all areas of our business interact on an ongoing basis with stakeholders from many different walks of life. Our Research & Development (R&D) and industrial activities, corporate functions and marketing teams all engage...

  • Sanofi: Reporting and communication

    Sanofi communicates its human rights performance through the intranet with the support of the Communication Direction and our CSR Reports. Through the support of the Communication Direction, the Human Rights guide and a minisite was published and made...

  • Sanofi: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Sanofi is proud to be a founding member of EDH, a not-for-profit association launched in 2003 to provide companies with practical solutions for implementing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in business. It is inspired by the work of BLIHR....

  • Sasol: Reporting and communication

    It is done through the annual Sustainable Development Report (www.sasolsdr.com)

  • Sasol: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Particpation through the NBI's woking groups

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