Respecting legal, customary or user rights of local communities and Indigenous peoples.
Undertaking free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) before any new development.
Respecting and upholding labour rights, including eradicating any form of exploitation, providing decent and fair wages, providing reasonable working hours, and adequate housing with access to basic needs.
Providing a safe and healthy working environment.
Promoting diversity and inclusion by providing equal opportunities and not tolerating discrimination.
Zero tolerance for sexual harassment and abuse.
Eradicating child labour and upholding children’s rights.
Protecting human rights defenders (HRD), whistle blowers, complainants and community spokespersons.
This is further supported by standalone policies and positions such as the Policy on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, the Sime Darby Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement, and a whistleblowing policy.
Code of Business Conduct
The Code of Business Conduct guides the standards of behaviour expected of directors and employees.
Our maps, data and summary reports are available on Sime Darby Plantation and RSPO public platforms.
All NBPOL operational, smallholder, lease and conservation maps are available on SDP’s Crosscheck 2.0 platform, which provides visibility of entire supply chains down to smallholders and profiles of mills. Maps are also available on RSPO’s GeoRSPO.
Our hotspots and fires are monitored through Sime Darby Plantation’s remote sensing platform, an around-the-clock monitoring system using NASA satellite data. Hotspot and fire data are also available on Geo RSPO.