IGO is committed to ending modern slavery, through the adoption of responsible due diligence and sourcing processes.
At IGO we are committed to operating sustainably and we uphold fundamental human rights and respect cultures, customs, and values in all dealings with people, places, and companies involved in our activities.
IGO published its first Modern Slavery statement for FY20 in accordance with the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). A copy of the FY20 statement is accessible via the link below.
The statement details the steps IGO has taken to assess modern slavery risks within our operations and supply chains, and the actions we have taken to address those risks.
The statement covers the activities of IGO and all entities within the IGO Group. The modern slavery risks and actions taken associated with projects which we do not operate are not included in our statement.
2020 IGO Modern Slavery Statement
HUMAN RIGHTS POLICY
IGO is committed to upholding the fundamental human rights of all people we engage with in our business.
We aspire to be a business which recognises and respects the rights and dignity of all people by putting in place policies and procedures which aim to stamp out unethical practices from within our global supply chains and by ensuring all our people are free to operate in an inclusive environment regardless of race, religion, marital status, political beliefs, or experience.
Human Rights Policy
CODE OF CONDUCT
Our Code of Conduct sets standards of behaviour that we expect of our people. The Code of Conduct applies to all of our people when working for or on behalf of IGO. We expect our people, our directors, and our contractors to behave in line with our Values and our Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct