Join Us in Our Sustainability Journey

At RightProc, we are driven by a dual commitment to delivering exceptional performance and operating responsibly to protect our planet and empower people worldwide. We believe that these two goals are not mutually exclusive but rather mutually reinforcing, as sustainable practices and ethical conduct contribute to long-term success.

To become a better corporate citizen, we integrate the principles of People, Environment, Trade, and Customers into our procurement strategies. This means that we consider the social, environmental, and ethical implications of our decisions at every step of the way.

Our ultimate goal is to provide industry-leading services and sustainable solutions for our customers.

We aim to improve the welfare of people impacted by our business and our customers’ business.​

As a procurement consultancy, we assist customers in ensuring that their supply chains comply with international standards and that workers in the supply chain receive fair treatment. ​

Within our own organization, we recognize that our employees are at the forefront of making us leaders in the industry. Accordingly, we invest in training and development programs to help our employees reach their full potential. Our goal is to foster an equitable and inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued for their contribution.
We aim to shape the maritime industry towards net zero emissions by assisting our customers in reducing emissions in their supply chains.

We also work closely with suppliers, especially SMEs to ensure a just transition towards zero emissions.
Trade and Customers
All of our new vendors are screened using ESG criteria, and asked to sign on to our Supplier Code of Conduct before they can be registered. As for existing and approved suppliers, we conduct reviews and self-assessments on a rolling basis in order to ensure that they meet our standards. ​

We comply with all of the laws of the countries in which we operate, and with all economic sanctions and trade restrictions. We adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards bribery and corruption within our own operations, and seek to promote fair and ethical competition, as well as transparency and accountability in our trade relationships. ​

We also recognize the of increasing importance good cybersecurity, and accordingly we implement regular training to improve awareness and promote good cybersecurity habits amongst employees. ​

Supply Chain Management

We prioritize business with responsible suppliers and continuously enhance our approach within complex, extensive supply chains. We carefully assess risks, vet applications, and maintain supporting documentation for future reference. Suppliers are expected to comply with our sustainability standards and are subject to audits. We place clear responsibilities on suppliers to comply with minimum requirements in the following areas:
  • Preventive measures against financial fraud
  • Sanctions and compliance
  • Quality management systems and accreditation
  • Human rights, modern slavery, and child labour
  • Working conditions including health and safety
  • Corruption and bribery
  • Business ethics and code of conduct
  • Supporting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • Cybersecurity precautions
  • Reduction of environmental impact

Suppliers are expected to comply with our sustainability standards and are subject to audits. Annual re-submission of applications is required for suppliers with framework agreements, and those failing to meet the standards are removed from the approved supplier list.

We will conduct supplier screenings based on our ESG assessment criteria. Additionally, periodic performance assessments, reviews, and onsite audits will be conducted.

Suppliers are to comply with the Supplier Code of Conduct aligned with our new human rights framework. This code will serve as the foundation for supplier assessments, qualification, contracting, audits, and reviews.

In 2023, we will develop standardized ESG assessment criteria and implement a new Supplier Code of Conduct aligned with our new human rights framework. This code will serve as the foundation for supplier assessments, qualification, contracting, audits, and reviews.

Human Rights and Employment Conditions

We are committed to being a role model in our industry and society, upholding the highest ethical standards.

We prioritize respecting universal human and labour rights. Regardless of the countries we operate in, we ensure human rights are protected throughout our businesses, and we expect the same from our entities and supply chain partners.

We support internationally recognized frameworks like the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labor Standards. We strictly prohibit modern slavery, including human trafficking, forced labour, exploitative conditions, slavery, and child labour.

As a global organization, we acknowledge our impact on stakeholders’ human rights. When local laws conflict with international standards, we uphold internationally recognized human rights principles while respecting local regulations. We continuously assess and mitigate negative impacts while enhancing positive ones.

Our commitment is implemented through a rigorous due diligence guided by the United Nations Global Compact, Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and OECD Guidelines. We assess, integrate findings, monitor progress, track responses, and communicate our actions.

As part of our supplier due diligence, we will identify and prioritize measures to prevent or mitigate impacts. Additional assessments were conducted for specific countries and stakeholders.

Key human rights areas of focus include:

  • Providing safe and healthy working conditions.
  • Fair treatment of our workforce.
  • Promoting decent employment conditions.
  • Opposing modern slavery.
  • Respecting employees’ rights to join trade unions.
  • Safeguarding personal privacy.

We support employee development through career management, evaluations, and training initiatives. Compliance with this commitment is expected from all entities and employees.

We expect suppliers to comply and seek partnerships with like-minded organizations.