FGV’s sustainability efforts are guided by its Group Sustainability Policy (GSP). The GSP, which is now in its third iteration, sets out the overarching framework for FGV’s sustainability agenda. The GSP comprises three pillars namely respecting human rights, protecting the environment and promoting sustainability through various initiatives including responsible sourcing, traceability and addressing climate change. The GSP applies to the whole of FGV Group including its listed and non-listed subsidiaries worldwide as well as to FGV’s contractors and suppliers.
Group Sustainability Policy (GSP)
Respecting Human Rights
- Enhancing livelihoods
- Meeting labour standards
- Upholding the principle of free, prior and
informed consent (FPIC)
- Exercising non-discrimination and gender equality
Protecting The Environment
- Responsible use of agrochemicals
- Responsible management of water and waste
- No open burning
- Addressing climate change
- Supply chain management
- Responsible sourcing
- Due diligence
- Grievance mechanism
Guidelines and Procedures for the Responsible Recruitment of Foreign Workers
Consistent with our commitment to human rights, FGV strives to ensure that the rights of its employees including foreign workers are always respected and fulfilled. Acknowledging that foreign workers are more vulnerable to fall victim to exploitation especially through the recruitment process, we are taking all necessary steps to protect the rights of our foreign workers. To this end, FGV adopted its Guidelines and Procedures for the Responsible Recruitment of Foreign Workers. This document provides a clear set of guidelines to ensure responsible and ethical recruitment of foreign workers and covers the various stages of the recruitment process namely pre-employment, employment and post-employment processes.
Supplier Code of Conduct (SCOC)
FGV’s commitment to sustainability does not end at our operations. We strongly believe that sustainability standards must be fulfilled throughout the supply chain. Recognizing the need to ensure that our suppliers and contractors also commit and adhere to the same values and principles that we embrace, FGV has adopted a Supplier Code of Conduct (SCOC), outlining the principles and standards relating to sustainability; business ethics and integrity; safety, health and environment; and labour, among other things. With the SCOC, any supplier or contractor wishing to enter into a business partnership with FGV is required to commit to and apply the principles and standards stipulated by the SCOC.
Safety and Health Policy
FGV is committed to delivering value to our stakeholders by operating in a sustainable and responsible manner.
This includes providing a safe and healthy workplace to balance the business objectives.