Human Rights Policy

FET established the Human Rights Commitment and Policy and strives to protect the basic human rights of employees. The Company abides by relevant labor standards and applicable laws and supports and complies with international human rights agreements including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), United Nations Guiding Principles of Business and Human Rights and the Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work from the International Labour Organization (ILO). FET's human rights commitment is applicable to FET itself and its subsidiaries, suppliers and business partners.

FET has also established the FET Supplier Corporate Social Responsibility Guidelines, which targets partner vendors to comply by the same standard and fundamental principles of the human rights commitment. FET also reviews critical human rights issues, checks management performance and conducts plans for improvement progress through implementing and publicly disclosing the "human rights due diligence investigation" once every three years in order to enhance and strengthen the human rights awareness in stakeholders including employees, partners, suppliers, and customers. The latest investigation took place in the first half of 2021, covering all parts of value chains including employees, suppliers, customers and community residents.

Through the results of the investigation, the major high-risk human rights issues for FET employees include user privacy protection, personal freedom, and the rights of safety and family life. Issues for suppliers are guarantee of job and labor conditions, health right, and forced or compulsory labor. Issues for customers consist user privacy protection and non-discrimination, while for community residents include personal freedom and the rights of safety, health and autonomy. For all these issues FET has set up management measures to mitigate relevant impacts. For more information on the complete identification methods, results and mitigation and enhancement plans, please refer to the FET human rights due diligence investigation report.

Human rights risks Identification and Due diligence procedure

Human Rights Commitment and Policy

Human Rights-Assessment_HR Due Diligence Report