2009_TITAN_CSR_SustainabilityReport__ENG

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Unformatted text preview: lsory labour, and measures to contribute to the elimination of forced or compulsory labour Total number of incidents of violations involving rights of indigenous people and actions taken p. 10­11, 16­22, p.14, Code of Conduct, Human Rights are specifically addressed in TITAN’s Code of Conduct and Code for Pro­ curement (p. 12, 19) Monitoring of suppliers’ performance and contractors in accordance to SA 8000 has been incorporated to TITAN’s standards (p.12, 19). All TITAN’s main suppliers in develop­ ing projects (Albania, Egypt) have undergone screening on human rights and received comments for improvement Over 35% of Group employees attended courses focused on CoC, WBCSD/CSI and Global Compact voluntary commitments, including human rights issues. These courses amount­ ed to approx. 3,000 training man­hours see note HR5 All risks related to the potential abuse of ILO standards in respect to labor rights, child labor and compulsory labor are considered through both internal and external assess­ ment processes in all regions and business units (p. 19) p. 19 p. 19 Not relevant indicator for the TITAN Group activities as there are no operations in coun­ tries of concern Social: Society / Global Compact Principle 10 SO1 Disclosure on Management Approach Nature, scope, and effectiveness of any programs and practices t...
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