Sustainability Management System
Operation of the compliance
system by building global-level compliance infrastructure
Establishment of a
transparent, fair, and rational management culture
Environmental Safety Management
Investment in eco-friendly equipment and product development and strengthening of preemptive safety and health management system
Improvement of corporate image and reputation by carrying out strategic community contribution programs
Establishment of fair trade practice and support for the strengthening of the partner companies’ competitiveness
LOTTE Chemical champions protecting the environment and will pursue ESG management to be reborn into a sustainable company that is respected by society.
All of the activities of LOTTE Chemical are linked within
eco-friendliness and we head toward a sustainable
tomorrow while protecting the one and only planet Earth.
Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Lotte Chemical is actively implementing the management strategy that conforms to the UN SDGs to fulfill its responsibility as a global corporate citizen.
What are Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
The UN General Meeting in September 2015 adopted the SDGs as the greatest common goal for the international communities to achieve together between 2016 and 2030 to construct a sustainable society worldwide.
The SDGs define 17 goals including countermeasures to poverty and climate change, resolution of inequality, and economic growth, with 169 detailed goals.
It is a detailed goal system that urges governments, businesses, and civil society to take global actions to end poverty on Earth and to create opportunities for the dignified lives of all.
LOTTE Chemical Statement on Human Rights
We pursue “human rights management” which can have a positive impact on not only our customers but also our society as a whole, and aims to contribute to the enrichment of individuals and communities. In this regard, we set forth this “LOTTE Chemical Statement on Human Rights” as standards of conduct, performance, and ethics all of our officers and employees must comply with in the course of business operation and management in order for LOTTE Chemical to become a corporation advancing human wellbeing.
This Statement is based on international human rights principles and standards, including the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
We commit to comply with this Charter and to put our commitments into actions.
We pledge to do our utmost in implementing and advancing human rights management as set forth above.
All officers and employees of LOTTE Chemical