We respect and promote them
At the Prodeco Group we are committed to responsible management and the well-being of all our workers and neighboring communities, respecting fundamental freedoms and human rights (HR) as set forth in our Code of Conduct.
We adhere to international standards such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Equator Principles and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), among others.
As part of our commitment to respect and promote human rights, we:
- Conduct periodic assessment processes to identify the main potential or actual impacts caused by our operations on stakeholders or parties that may be impacted from a HR perspective.
- We strive to implement established actions and programs to address, control, mitigate or remediate identified impacts;
- We engage independent experts to conduct assessment processes;
- We involve stakeholders and rights holders in identifying impacts and defining actions to be implemented;
- We establish mechanisms to receive complaints from the different stakeholders with whom we interact;
- We implement action plans to prevent, control, mitigate or remediate identified impacts/risks.
Report on Prodeco Group’s Human Rights’ Due Diligence
As part of the process of permanent improvement of our human rights management, Prodeco Group has been working since 2015 in the human rights risk analysis and impact assessment based on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
The results of the latest evaluation of human rights impacts and the actions implemented by Prodeco to prevent, mitigate, control and remedy the human rights impacts of its activities in the area of influence of Cesar and Magdalena are available here.
Download our report