Human Rights

Sakhalin Energy respects and recognises human rights set out in the following documents:

  • UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights;
  • Basic conventions of the International Labour Organisation;
  • UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights;
  • Principles of the UN Global Compact;
  • Guidance on Social Responsibility, ISO 26000; and
  • Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.

The Company's commitments to human rights is set forth in the Human Rights Policy.
They correspond to the Statement of General Business Principles and the Code of Conduct and are included in the relevant policies and procedures of the Company. All contractors and subcontractors shall comply with this policy.

Sakhalin Energy aims to identify risks in the field of human rights in all spheres of activity, assess these risks, and manage them. It applies to:

  • staff relations;
  • interaction with the local population;
  • relations with business partners, including suppliers and contractors; and
  • safety of facilities and personnel.

Detailed information is contained in the Company's annual reports.