EVRAZ understands the importance of respecting human rights. Therefore, we do our utmost to prevent human rights violations, minimise the consequences if violations occur, and we devote special attention to ensuring a diversity of personnel. We endeavour to act ethically and we require our suppliers to conduct their businesses within the same ethical framework. We are also committed to operating in compliance with the principles of respect for human rights. Our employees are provided with freedom of association and collective bargaining.
All types of modern slavery, including child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking, are violations of human rights and are strictly prohibited, both within EVRAZ and on the part of our suppliers. To address the issue of modern slavery more effectively, we conduct risk assessments to determine the aspects of our business and suppliers and subcontractors that are at risk.
See more in our Human Rights Policy
We appreciate how workforce diversity can ensure both business development and compliance with ethical standards. Hence we do our utmost to provide equal protection for all employees, irrespective of their race, nationality, gender, age, or sexual orientation.
At EVRAZ we are committed to creating and supporting a work environment that is free from discrimination of any kind. All work-related decisions on current and potential employees are made based on only their professional skills and qualities, experience, and abilities. Decisions made on any grounds other than an employee’s performance (including race, ethnic origin, sex, religion, political views, nationality, age, sexual orientation, citizenship status, marital status, disability etc.) are prohibited by law and contravene our internal non-discrimination principles.
See more in our Diversity and Inclusion Policy