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1. Introduction

At Ashlar Company Limited, we are committed to respecting and upholding human rights principles as outlined in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Fundamental Conventions, and other relevant international frameworks. We recognize our responsibility to respect and protect human rights within our sphere of influence.

2. Commitment to Human Rights

We are dedicated to fostering a corporate culture that respects and promotes human rights for all individuals, both within our organization and throughout our supply chain. We commit to:

2.1. Non-Discrimination

We will not discriminate against individuals based on their race, color, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, nationality, or any other characteristic protected under applicable laws.

2.2. Labor Rights

We support and adhere to the principles of fair and ethical labor practices as outlined by the ILO, including freedom of association, fair wages, and safe working conditions.

2.3. Child and Forced Labor

We do not employ or support child labor or forced labor, and we expect the same commitment from our suppliers and business partners.

2.4. Health and Safety

We are committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for our employees and will take all necessary measures to prevent workplace accidents and injuries.

2.5. Privacy and Data Security

We will respect the privacy and data security rights of our employees, customers, and stakeholders, complying with all applicable data protection laws.

2.6. Community Engagement

We will engage with communities where we operate, respecting their rights and addressing their concerns through dialogue and collaboration.

3. Due Diligence

We will conduct human rights due diligence to identify, prevent, mitigate, and address potential adverse human rights impacts associated with our operations, products, and services.

4. Supply Chain Responsibility

We expect our suppliers and business partners to adhere to the same human rights standards outlined in this policy. We will work collaboratively to assess and improve their performance.

5. Reporting and Transparency

We commit to transparently reporting our progress in implementing this Human Rights Policy, including any identified issues and actions taken to address them, in accordance with the GRI Standards.

6. Training and Awareness

We will provide training and resources to ensure that our employees are aware of their responsibilities under this policy and are equipped to promote and respect human rights.

7. Grievance Mechanisms

We will establish effective grievance mechanisms to allow employees and stakeholders to report any human rights concerns, and we will investigate and address such concerns promptly and confidentially.

8. Continual Improvement

We are committed to continually improving our human rights performance and will regularly review and update this policy to ensure its effectiveness.

This Human Rights Policy is endorsed by the Managing Director, who is responsible for its implementation and effectiveness.

Date: 3 September, 2023

Ms. Netima Muenmai, Managing Director