As a socially responsible employer, Top Glove is compliant with requirements of local labour laws and ensures adequate measures are in place to protect the safety and well-being of its people. We are committed to adhering to internationally recognised standards in our social compliance practices, which are the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) and Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA) standards.

Since January 2019, we have attended to more than 100 international external audits at Top Glove’s factories. We will continue to level up our initiatives in this area to be in line with best practices. More detailed information on our stand can be found on Top Glove’s Human Rights and Ethical Conduct in which it is reviewed from time to time on its effectiveness.

OUR MITIGATION
MEASURES TO
ADDRESS HUMAN
RIGHTS ISSUES

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PLEDGE IN SUPPORT OF UNITED NATIONS GUIDING PRINCIPLES (UNGP) BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

To commemorate Human Rights Day 2021 on 10th December with the theme: EQUALITY: Reducing Inequalities, Advancing Human Rights, Top Glove Board of Directors, Advisors and Senior Management representatives officially pledge to continue deepening the Group's commitment in protecting and respecting human rights on 8th December 2021.

The Group is committed to proactively address human rights concerns based on an international human rights framework towards ensuring effectiveness and sustainability, while delivering on our mission of ensuring safe human protection globally.

Going forward, the Group will continue to further enhance our procedures and initiatives in this very important area, to ensure a robust system remains in place within our company and throughout the value chain.