As a leader in the Australian solar sector, we understand and take seriously our responsibility to all stakeholders to uphold high ethical standards in our business practices and decision-making. A critical part of this is respecting the human rights of everyone we deal with, whether indirectly or directly. Tindo Solar is committed to acting in a responsible manner within the community, and ensuring that human rights are upheld in our operations and supply chains. Our company is dedicated to operating with respect to human rights, and ensuring ethical procurement.
Tindo Solar is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, reporting against the 10 principles of the Compact on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption in our annual Communication on Progress.
In line with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, we recognise the responsibility of businesses to respect and uphold human rights, being those set out in the International Bill of Rights and the principles concerning fundamental rights set out in the International Labour Organisation’s Declaration on Fundamental Principals and Rights at Work.
Tindo Solar’s commitment to human rights applies to our operations and our engagement with third parties and is embedded in our policies, systems and processes. This commitment is relevant to all areas of our business, in particular our people, our supply chain and procurement practices, compliance and risk management, and our community engagement and philanthropic activities.
View our Human Rights Statement here
View our Supplier Code of Conduct here