We have a clear commitment to respect human rights that all within and who do business with RB must follow.
RB believes that human rights, which includes no slavery and human trafficking, are an absolute and universal requirement and is committed to upholding those rights, as expressed in the International Bill of Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. We are also committed to following the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD’s) Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
We recognise the important role that businesses play in society and the responsibility we have in helping to ensure human rights are respected. Our commitment to respecting human rights is publicly disclosed through our Code of Business Conduct and our Policy on Human Rights and Responsible Business. These policies apply to all employees and contractors of, and suppliers of goods and services to RB. We also encourage our suppliers to communicate our requirements within their supply chain.
Our Policy on Human Rights and Responsible Business outlines the minimum labour, health & safety, environmental and business integrity standards we expect our facilities and those of suppliers to meet, in the production of goods and provision of services to RB.
Our requirements are closely aligned with the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) base code and the conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and consists of ten principles:
We take any adverse human rights impacts extremely seriously. Where RB identifies that it has caused or contributed to any such impacts, it will co-operate in or provide for appropriate and legitimate processes to remedy these.
We acknowledge the growing importance and complexity of the issue of human rights and are committed to continuously improving our approach, following the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights as our model.