Human Rights Policy

The DNP Group (DNP) has established the DNP Group Code of Conduct to indicate the behavior expected of all employees of the DNP, which includes directors, statutory auditors, corporate officers and advisors at each DNP Group company, persons in an employment relationship with those companies, along with fixed-term contract workers. The Group Code of Conduct is designed to guide the Company towards realizing our corporate vision of the DNP Group connecting individuals and society, and providing new value.

Respect for human dignity and diversity is a core component of the DNP Group Code of Conduct. At DNP we stipulate disciplined behavior, and respect for the diversity of each individual’s unique culture, nationality, beliefs, race, ethnic group, language, religion, gender, age, or ideas.

DNP understands that the human rights of all those impacted by our global business activities must be protected, and we make every effort to fulfill our responsibilities to respect human rights.

  • Basic Principles and Position
    Based on the United Nations International Bill of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the United Nations Global Compact and the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, DNP hereby establishes The DNP Group Human Rights Policy (the Policy), and we will promote initiatives to respect the human rights of all stakeholders, including employees. The Policy is an expression of our commitment based on the DNP Group Code of Conduct and the DNP Group Vision 2015.
  • Scope
    The Policy applies to all employees of the DNP. The Company will also promote efforts to respect human rights by cooperating with suppliers and business contractors under the DNP Group CSR Procurement Guidelines.
  • Compliance with Applicable Laws
    DNP complies with the laws of each country and region in which the Company operates. However, if there is any discrepancy between the laws and regulations of those countries or regions and international human rights principles, the Company will pursue respect for international human rights principles while complying with local laws.
  • Human Rights Due Diligence
    DNP is making efforts to establish a human rights due diligence mechanism in accordance with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and aims to prevent or mitigate any negative impact on human rights.
  • Remedies
    If DNP is found to have caused or participated in any negative impact on human rights, remedies will be addressed through appropriate procedures.
  • Education and Training
    DNP will provide appropriate education and training to ensure the effectiveness of this policy.
  • Communication with Stakeholders
    DNP will engage in dialogue, and will consult, with relevant stakeholders in good faith to address negative human rights impact.
  • Disclosure
    As based on this policy, DNP will report on the progress situation human rights promotion initiatives on the Company website.

March 2020
Sustainability Committee
(Former CSR & Environmental Committee)