EGCO Group has conducted human rights risk assessment in all operational processes along the value chain, both direct activities undertaken in EGCO Group’s own operations, and indirect activities of suppliers, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures operations.

Identify human rights risks potentially arise during operational process
  • Forced Labor
  • Human Trafficking
  • Child Labor
  • Freedom of Association
  • Right to Collective Bargaining
  • Equal Remuneration
  • Non-Discrimination
  • Working Condition
  • Freedom of Opinion
  • Transparency and Anti-corruption
  • Standard of Living and Quality
  • Data Privacy
  • Land and Property Acquisition
  • Security Management
  • Impacts to Community and Environment i.e. Water usage, Water discharge, Air pollution, Odor, Noise, Waste disposal, Hazardous substance and Biodiversity)
Human rights risk assessment

EGCO Group considers the human rights risks of the rights holders based on two criteria impact, namely

  1. Likelihood of occurrence
  2. Level of impact due to the operation on right holders

The groups of rights holders considered by EGCO Group are as follows:

  • Employees
  • Creditors
  • Investors
  • Media
  • Customer
  • Suppliers and Business partners (including their employees)
  • Government agencies
  • Regulators
  • Society
  • Non-government organization (NGO)
  • Vulnerable Groups, i.e. women, children, indigenous people, migrant workers, third-party contracted labor, and local communities
  • At-risk or Underprivileged Groups, i.e. People with disabilities, Elderly, Pregnant women and LGBTQI+
Establish control measures

Establish control measures to reduce the impacts to a minimum, particularly high-risk issues, and apply them to relevant projects/activities to be used efficiently and appropriately.

Conduct a systematic periodic review of the risk of impacts

Conduct a systematic periodic review of the risk of impacts and monitor the effectiveness of control measures on a regular basis.

Assessment Criteria