Borouge workers protection standard
In line with our Sustainability and Procurement Policies, as well as our commitment to Responsible Care® and Social Responsibility, the Borouge Workers Protection Standard is based primarily on the International Social Accountability SA8000 Standard and United Nations Global Compact, while our HSE rules and conditions are based on laws and regulations, international best practices and ADNOC's Code of Practice.
We continuously engage with our suppliers to ensure that together, we can make a valuable contribution to the wellbeing of our people and protection of the environment, and that all our business practices are conducted ethically.
Our online Anonymous Reporting facility is an open door for communities and employees to help us on our journey towards sustainability. Borouge contractors and suppliers, and their sub-contractors and sub-suppliers, are expected to conduct their business ethically and protect the rights and wellbeing of their workers by complying firstly with local and national laws and then with the following requirements of these 10 focus areas. In the event of any changes to national laws, this will supersede any internal requirements.