Commitment to protect Human Rights

At Indorama Ventures, we strongly believe in the rights and dignity of human beings. Slavery and human trafficking in all forms are prohibited throughout our Group and our supply chain.

We believe in inclusive environment and a diverse workforce. Diversity is one of our core values and it is our strength. As a global company we value the variety of knowledge, perspectives and experiences in our organization, and draw strength from these to fuel our competitiveness.

Aloke Lohia

Group Chief Executive Officer

Human Rights Due Diligence and Risk Assessment

As part of our human rights due diligence, we identify salient, industry- or business-specific human rights issues and conduct site-level (for potential new operations or projects and existing operations or projects) risk assessments regarding labor-related issues, responding together by Human Resources Team and Sustainability Team. We also commit to engaging with stakeholders to identify the issues in compliance with UNGP Human Rights. Details of our Human Rights Due Diligence Process and Human Rights issues identified in 2023 are available in the report.

Every year, the Corporate Compliance Team also conducts our Human Rights Pledge with all sites to ensure that we uphold the law and our policy and that we continue to remain vigilant about human rights assessments and grievance issues.

Human Rights Declaration 2023

  • 100% signed by Business Heads and Site Heads
  • No significant cases


ZERO Human Rights Violation

Colleagues from human resources, corporate governance, and various sites in Thailand participated in corporate governance refresher sessions in September, in which they reviewed Indorama Ventures’s system of rules, practices, and processes, in balance with the interests of Indorama Ventures’s many stakeholders. This year, there was a focus on anti-corruption and human rights, including discrimination, harassment and other related disciplinary actions.

In response, we have initiated assessments through a structured annual survey and acted firmly to bridge any gaps throughout our value chain including our suppliers, business partners, customers and competitors.

Modern Slavery Statement

We are committed to the long-term change we can all make if we act to prevent modern slavery and welcome the global leadership role taken by the Government of Australia in combating modern slavery through the establishment of the Modern Slavery Act 2018.

Indorama Ventures Oxides Australia Pty Limited is proud to provide a report on our efforts to understand, recognize, and address the risk of modern slavery in our operations and supply networks.

While we have not uncovered any specific instances of modern slavery - we continue to proactively analyze, through our robust methodologies, the areas in our business and supply chain where risk factors for modern slavery may exist and cluster.

Workplace Human Rights Assessment
Human Rights protections in our supply chain
Total number of hours of employees training on human rights policies or procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations = 22,622
Total number of employees trained in human rights policies or procedures concerning aspects of human rights that are relevant to operations = 16,673