Resolute is committed to respecting all internationally recognised human rights, including those covered under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles of Business and Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation.
Resolute is committed to eliminating all forms of modern slavery both within its business and supply chain, implementing and enforcing effective internal processes according to the requirements of the UK Modern Slavery Act and the Australian Modern Slavery Act. Resolute’s operations abide by the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.
Our approach to Human Rights is guided by a corporate level Human Rights Policy, and a benchmark of all company policies against the UN Guiding Principles of Business and Human Rights. We are aware that our responsibility includes avoiding infringing on the human rights of others but also addressing negative impacts when they occur, ensuring management mechanisms and procedures for prevention, mitigation and, where appropriate, remediation.
Our commitment includes addressing impacts that may occur as part of our activities or due to our business relationships with other parties, such as contractors and other supply chain participants. We have included human rights and modern slavery provisions in commercial agreements, have developed mandatory group-wide human rights training, and deliver extensive training to direct and contract security personnel on the Voluntary Principles of Security and Human Rights.
Resolute is undergoing a group-wide human rights assessment to review impact and opportunities across our people, host communities and supply chain.