Human Rights Policy
Hyundai Doosan Infracore respects the human rights of not only its employees but of all stakeholders engaged with its management activities, and advices third parties, including suppliers, to practice human rights management at the same level.
As a member of the UN Global Compact, we abide by the 10 principles of Global Compact in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment and anticorruption, establish and practice human rights management and due diligence based on internationally-recognized principles of human rights that, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Ruggie Framework.
To prevent human rights violations that may occur in the business process, Hyundai Doosan Infracore has established a human rights management system as described below. In case of human rights violation, we make our best efforts to carry out rectification measures. We aim to grow with society through sustainable improvement activities.
Ensuring Employment Non-Discrimination, and Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
We strive to avoid any unjust discrimination regarding employment based on gender, religion, disability, age, social status, region of origin, etc. Furthermore, we recognize workers' freedom of association and collective bargaining, and do not pursue any punitive action against workers for labor union activities.
Prohibition of Forced Labor and Child Labor
We do not accept any form of forced labor that may occur in business activities, and abide by the minimum age for employment set by the country of business. We follow the minimum employment age prescribed by laws of the country of business and in the case that we find we have hired a minor, we take immediate remedial measures to prevent all wrongful labor practices that damage human dignity.
Securement of Industrial Safety and Management of Responsible Supply Chains
We strive to maintain a safe working environment and follow environmental, health and safety laws and standards that apply to our workplaces. In addition, we adopt separate safety and health measures for pregnant women, the disabled and other vulnerable workers. We establish and continuously check policies and guidelines related to the ESG risks of our supply network. We also monitor all business partners. And we will stop dealing with supply chains that do not correct significant human rights violations.
Protection of Human Rights and Environmental Rights of Local Residents
We respect local residents' rights to life and freedom of relocation, as well as their individual rights related to safety and property ownership. In addition, we adhere to a principle of preventive approach to environmental issues and systematically implement plans to prevent, mitigate, and control serious environmental damage and environmental disasters.
Protection of Customers' Human Rights
We pay careful attention to marking design and manufacturing conditions and other indications on products in accordance with legal standards in order to prevent product defects from causing damage to the life, health, or safety of customers. In the case that damage is detected after a product is launched in the market, we notify customers of the risk and recall the product immediately. Moreover, we take necessary measures to protect all personal information collected by our company based on our policy of respecting the privacy of customers and employees.
Hyundai Doosan Infracore operates an online whistle-blowing center on our website to prevent possible human rights violations occurring in business processes. We protect whistle blowers through confidentiality principles and handle all issues quickly and fairly. Hyundai Doosan Infracore will take the lead in supporting and respecting human rights principles.