GC has been implementing the Human Rights Due Diligence, which consists of defining scopes, identifying related human rights issues, analyzing the severity and likelihood of the impacts, development of mitigation measures, monitoring and review human rights issues, and conducting remediation actions. These steps are used to prioritize human rights issues within the organization, and establish the appropriate corrective and preventive actions for potential human rights impacts. GC also develop monitor plans for the corrective and preventive performance to ensure effectiveness and the operation of GC to have no human rights violations throughout the value chain.

GC’s due diligence process consists of systematic approach as follows

  • Scoping: GC defines scope to conduct human rights due diligence process to ensure that all human rights issues related to GC’s employees, joint ventures, suppliers, contractors, customers, and communities; are reviewed. The scope of human rights assessment includes labor rights, community rights, supply chain, security and safety, environment and customer rights.

  • Identification of potential human rights issues: GC identifies actual and potential human rights risks associated with the defined scope.

  • Human rights risk assessment: Impacts and likelihood of human rights risks are assessed in the areas of operations and level of personnel, including those in vulnerable groups (i.e. children, indigenous people, and migrant labor). Level of risk impact is analyzed in this process. GC defines level of risk impact into four levels which are extreme, high, medium and low level. The evaluated impacts which contain medium to extreme level of impacts will be considered the related existing control that company has in order to finally identify the corporate human right risks.

  • Development of mitigation measures: GC develops risk mitigation measures to be suitable with level of risk impact for minimizing and controlling risk to low residual risk level or an acceptable level.

  • Human rights issues monitoring and review: The performance according to human right mitigation measures is monitored and reviewed by responsible team and management to ensure that every human rights issues are rectified.

  • Remediation actions: For company’s activities are identified that cause or contribute to human rights impacts, GC has remediation actions in form of financial and non-financial compensation to alleviate the affected people.