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Thailand: Charoen Pokphand Foods address human rights issues in supply chain with 'Human Rights Due Diligence Process'

Author: Bangkok Post, Published on: 14 November 2019

"CP Foods commits on non-violation of human rights in all forms", 14 November 2019

Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods) has conducted Human Rights Due Diligence Process to analyse and assess risks and impacts on human rights across business activities...

...The salient human rights issues as a result of the assessment are working conditions, health and safety of employees, community health and safety, data privacy, use of illegal labour (child labour, forced labour and illegal migrant workers) in supply chains, sub-contractors and suppliers’ health and safety and community safety and standard of living in supply chain...

...[The Executive Vice President - Human Resource Development] added that once those risks are assessed, the company closely monitors them and manages and mitigates them systematically...the Human Rights Due Diligence Process has been regularly conducted every three years...

...He added that the company continues to focus on human rights issues in the supply chain by providing training for business partners and encouraging its suppliers to adopt a similar stance under Thailand’s labour laws and international standards requirements...

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Related companies: Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) CP (Charoen Pokphand)