ThaiBev expects that senior executives, employees,
subsidiaries and associated companies, suppliers,
and business partners respect human rights of all
stakeholders under legal and disciplinary frameworks
on human rights, together with international labor
standards, without discriminating due to race,
nationality, ethnicity, gender, language, age, skin color,
physical differences, religious beliefs, political views,
education, social status, culture, tradition, union
membership, gender diversity, or other human-rights related
issues in order to ensure that all stakeholders’
basic rights are respected equally. All stakeholders are
obligated to comply with the above-mentioned policies.
Moreover, ThaiBev regularly monitors human rights risks
of all business unit including direct and indirect impacts
that ThaiBev contributes to or has a role in supporting.
There also is an open channel for whistleblowers and
complaints on matters related to human rights violations.
Human rights risk assessment covers all ThaiBev
business activities, with the following procedures:
- Identify human rights issues related to ThaiBev
- Identify affected stakeholders, together with
vulnerable groups such as women, children,
indigenous people, migrant workers, third-party
contracted labors, and local communities.
- Rank human rights inherent risks (uncontrollable/unmeasurable risks) that were identified
- For high inherent risks, rank residual risks, and
existing risks that the company already has
control measures for.
- Prioritize human rights topics that are
identified as high residual risks.
After implementing appropriate measures, ThaiBev
monitors and review the outcomes to ensure
continuous development and effectiveness, which is
part of creating and sharing the value of growth to