At Celsia, we guide our actions and business decisions, respecting and promoting human rights.
GRI (103-1) At Celsia, we declare our commitment to respecting and promoting human rights, from which we focus our actions and business decisions at all times, connecting to our humanity, framing our individual and collective responsibilities and inspiring us to act with conviction by relating us to the environment we inhabit and the people with whom we share.
These commitments guide our actions with Stakeholders, business relationships with our value chain, the manner in which we achieve results and the Company’s sustainability. Among these, we state that we promote, protect, respect and value:
GRI (103-2) Committed to promoting, respecting and fulfilling human rights, at Celsia we seek that ethical integrity be the foundation of our business actions. That is why:
GRI (103-3) During 2021, we strengthened due diligence and human-rights management throughout the Organization, accompanied by an independent third party with expertise in the field. From this exercise, we:
These are our short-, medium- and long-term challenges:
Human Rights: The norms that recognize and protect the dignity of all human beings without any distinction.
Human Rights Due Diligence: A continuous management process that a company must carry out according to its circumstances, to assume its responsibility to respect human rights.
The process consists of:
Prior Consultation: A fundamental right specified through a procedure by which the State guarantees the representative authorities of the ethnic communities participation in and access to information on the projects, works or activities that are intended to be carried out in their territory, as long as they may affect them directly and specifically.
Stakeholders: Groups of people who form part of the Organization or with others with whom they maintain different relationships. Receiving and managing their suggestions, comments and expectations is essential to fulfilling the Organization’s strategy; among them, we highlight employees, suppliers and clients.
Transparency Line: Our line to personally or anonymously report incorrect acts or violations of the policies established in the Code of Business Conduct.
Vulnerable groups: Groups or communities of people who are in a situation of risk or disadvantage; for example, children, migrants, ethnic communities, women, religious groups, people with functional diversity, LGBTI, among others.