Human Rights Policy

FET has implemented the "Human Rights Commitment and Policy " to safeguard the fundamental human rights of its employees. The Company adheres to pertinent labor regulations and laws, and fully supports and complies with international human rights agreements such as the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)", the "United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)", the "United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights", and the "Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" by the International Labor Organization (ILO). This commitment extends to FET, its subsidiaries, suppliers, and business partners. FET has also implemented the “FET Supplier Corporate Social Responsibility Guidelines,” which require partner vendors to adhere to the same standards and fundamental principles of human rights commitment.

FET also assesses significant human rights concerns, evaluates management effectiveness, and implements plans to enhance progress through a biennial "human rights due diligence investigation." This investigation is publicly disclosed to raise awareness of human rights among stakeholders, including employees, partners, suppliers, and customers. The most recent investigation occurred in the first half of 2023, encompassing all aspects of the value chains, such as employees, suppliers, customers, and community residents.

Human rights due diligence investigation process