Human Rights Policy
Fortune Parts Industry Public Company Limited, manufacturer and designer of complete range of automotive parts, strives to operate business with integrity in protecting, certifying and protecting human rights principles regarding rights, freedom and equality in accordance with the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nation guiding principles on business and human rights, agreement of global United Nation, and international labour institution. These are to use as a guidance for employees, partners, subcontractors and deliver in an organization on the basis of equality in self-awareness and self-dignity. These matters are parts of the code of conduct of the Board of Directors, executives, and employees at all levels to promote, support and consider to be a direct joint responsibility. Therefore, the Company would like to announce human rights policy to be a guidance for joint action as follows:
- Strive to comply with law and customers’ requirements and regulations relating to compliance with ethics and preventing human rights violations by integrating with the recruitment, development, human resources, and procurement process with responsibility. In addition, the Company supports necessary resources and sufficient information system to achieve objectives, goals, and maintain a human right covering key stakeholders of the Company. Also, mitigates the impact of business activities through proper risk assessment and mitigates guidelines with minimal impact.
- Encourage to reports and complaints of human rights violations from employees and external persons through the complaints system. Any person involved in this policy violation, including but not limited to the hiring of child labour, forced labour, discrimination, bullying and harassment, the person must be aware of local laws and regulations.
- Encourage employees, partners, contractors, and deliverers to respect the human rights in accordance with the law. Using of illegal child labour, forced labor, discrimination and harassment in all its forms due to ideological differences, race, skin colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, domicile, age, disability, education level, political opinions, groupings, comments, socioeconomic status or any other status that constitutes all human rights that constitutes all human rights applicable within the country and the core principles of the International Labour Organization would not be accepted. It also encourages understanding of potential human rights violation.
- Communicate, preserve and promote and raise awareness of stakeholders responsible for the impact on human rights in natural resources and the environment, occupational health and safety at work and other human rights risks such as illegal labour, corruption, operations affecting children’s communities, surrounding societies, or any actions that violate the way of life from normal happiness of stakeholders.
- Define objectives, strategies, plans and goals for human rights work by monitoring, reviewing operations and encouraging continuous improvement in the development of sustainable development goals (SDGs) and creating a culture of human rights respect organizations.
Employees of all levels of the Company, including contractors and partners must strictly adhere to the Company’s environmental policy in implementing this human right policy and disclose to public at large.
Announced on 9th January 2020
(Mr. Sompol Tanadumrongsak)