Supplying to Gold Road
Gold Road is committed to conducting its business in a fair and ethical manner, and to the promoting a corporate culture that is socially and environmentally responsible. This is achieved by living the Gold Road values, upholding our Supplier Code of Conduct, and working with suppliers who share this commitment.
We recognise that when we contract with third parties, they become an extension of our business. We therefore expect suppliers to uphold and comply with our Values and Supplier Code of Conduct, and all applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Protecting Human Rights
Gold Road is committed to upholding and respecting the human rights of all people including our employees, the communities in which we operate, those who may be impacted by our activities and those within our supply chains. We believe and that all people should be treated with dignity and respect, in line with our values “We care for the wellbeing of all” and “We act with integrity”.
Gold Road seeks to create positive social impacts by mitigating human rights related risks and promoting respect for human rights across our operations and activities.
Our Human Rights Policy forms the foundation for human rights protection across Gold Road.
Gold Road opposes all forms of slavery in its operations and the operations of our suppliers.
We are committed to identifying, assessing and mitigating human rights impacts, providing access to remedy through effective grievance mechanisms, and ensuring continuous improvement to strengthen our actions. We work in collaboration with our suppliers to eradicate modern slavery from our supply chain.
The SAQ is designed to support the identification of modern slavery risks, foster collaborative efforts between suppliers and organisations to address those risks, improve supply chain transparency, and identify areas for further due diligence. Gold Road will roll out the SAQ to selected suppliers and engage with them on the information supplied during the course of 2020 and 2021.
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Suppliers are issued a purchase order to authorise the provision of goods and services, at a stated specification, quantity and price. Purchase orders apply the relevant standard Terms and Conditions, unless expressly stated on the purchase order.
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