Metalloinvest approves Human Rights Policy
6 August 2019
Metalloinvest has confirmed its Human Rights Policy, which outlines the Company’s principles and approach to human rights. Respect for human rights is a fundamental part of the Company’s activities and is the basis of collaboration with all stakeholders. The Company guarantees compliance with labour and human rights legislation which has been ratified by the constitution of the Russian Federation, the Labour Code of the Russian Federation, UN conventions and the International Labour Organisation.
Sustainable development is key to the Company’s long-term economic success and includes environmental protection, safety, the wellbeing of employees and their families and social responsibility. The Company attaches great importance to human rights and guarantees protection of these rights at all stages of the production process in line with international, national and internal requirements.
Metalloinvest has integrated the principles of sustainable development into its business strategy to boost efficiency and long-term business sustainability. The Company’s strategic objectives align with global sustainable development trends. Many of the strategic initiatives implemented by Metalloinvest help not only to solve business challenges but also contribute to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Company’s management is focused on ensuring high product quality, observing legal and ethical issues in socio-economic and labour relations and developing favourable business partnerships with the regions where the Company operates. These are also the priority development areas for CSR practices.
Julia Mazanova, Director of Social Policy and Corporate Communications of Management Company Metalloinvest, commented: “It is our people who will ensure the sustainable development of the business. Our objective is to ensure human rights are respected at every functional level of the Company.”
The Human Rights Policy is available on the Company’s corporate website: Sustainability
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