At present, human rights is a major issue of interest worldwide, especially the use of labor to drive business expansion which creates risks of violating human rights to which all humans are equally entitled. Moreover, human rights violation produces negative impacts on the image of a business. Therefore, GGC upholds the principle of human rights as a guideline in systematically conducting business in accordance with the provisions set forth by Thai domestic laws and international laws as well as globally recognized rules to prevent and avoid violating the human rights of employees and relevant stakeholders throughout the value chain.

Human Rights Policy

Global Green Chemicals Group

Global Green Chemicals Group (GGC Group) respect and comply with Human Rights principles and regulations, including the provision of protective measures and avoidance of Human Rights violation of our employees, business relations (joint ventures), business partners (suppliers, contractors, and customers) and local communities under Thai domestic laws and international laws. We also adhere to other regulations such as the Thai Constitution, the United Nations (UN) Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the UN Global Compact Guide to Develop a Human Rights Policy, and the International Labor Organization (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.