Doosan has established the “Supplier ESG Guidelines” based on the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact (UNGC) relating to
human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption, which are mandatory for all suppliers.
Health & Safety, labor conditions & wages, etc.
Freedom of association, child labor, forced labor, etc.
Environmental protection & pollution control
Corruption prevention, law compliance, etc.
Position on regulations over disputed minerals; status of our dealing with them, etc.
Doosan conducts a comprehensive evaluation of its suppliers’ competency on a regular basis based on factors, such as quality, cost, delivery, ESG and financial status. Doosan is currently in the process of establishing the supply chain ESG evaluation system to achieve an exemplary supplier rate of 80% by 2025. Doosan is committed to further advancing the evaluation system by reflecting indicators, such as labor & human rights, health & safety, environment and fair competition in the evaluation model in consideration of the global supplier ESG evaluation standards and governmental policies.