Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. Universality is considered to be the cornerstone of human rights.
Enel Chile has adopted the Human Rights Policy defined by the Enel Group, which is based on 8 principles.
The eight principles of the policy lend special attention to potential conflicts or risks in labor practices and in relations with the community. In the event of detecting a possible breach by the Group of its commitments, any interested party may report it through the channel stipulated by the Code of Ethics, available on the website of Enel Chile and its subsidiaries.
The company urges all its collaborators, contractors, suppliers, communities, and business partners to adhere to this policy. This reflects the adoption of the United Nations guide to "Protect, Respect and Remedy."
Enel Chile considers respect for Human Rights to be one of its guiding principles and it is an ongoing commitment, expressed through its Human Rights Policy. This is why the company urges all its employees, contractors, suppliers, communities, and business partners to adhere to this policy. This reflects the adoption of the United Nations guide to "Protect, Respect and Remedy.”
Enel Chile performs an annual due diligence of Human Rights, through which situations and potential risks of non-compliance with the company's policy are identified, and mitigation plans are determined to then assess the implementation of the adopted measures.