Fameline Holding Group Ltd. is a Cyprus based company which through its subsidiary and affiliate companies is dedicated to the provision of supplies and management services worldwide for oilfields, shipping industry, digital and satellite communication and health care. The Company activities are performed in a safe, healthy and environmentally friendly manner.
Respect for human rights is an integral part of our corporate culture. We respect human rights and therefore we are committed to support the protection of these through our Human Rights Policy, of which the fundament is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations (UNO). All business activities are guided by the articles of UNO.
The Company is committed to raise the awareness of its employees about human rights related issues and encourage them to safeguard their protection.
The following emphasises Human Rights issues which are most relevant for the Company.
Integrity and mutual respect are important values to the Company. The Company aims to create equal opportunities for all employees regardless of personal background, race, caste, gender, national and social background, marital status, age, physical or health condition, sexual orientation, religion, political opinion, or any other personal characteristic or status.
We believe that a working environment that is characterized by equal opportunities and inclusion is vital for sustaining the satisfaction of our employees as well as our acceptance and recognition as a responsible product and service provider. The Company will treat all individuals equal considering the responsibilities and duties of their position during their recruitment, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, rotation or termination.
The Company will not tolerate any form (physical or verbal) of sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination on the basis of race, caste, gender, national and social background, marital status, age, physical or health condition, sexual orientation, religion, political opinion, or any other personal characteristic or status.
The Company is an employer who cares for the health, safety and well-being of its staff. Operational safety and health protection are significant in our business. We provide our employees with a safe and healthy workplace in compliance will applicable local and national laws and regulations.
Safety is the responsibility of everyone; therefore, every employee shall help in identifying, evaluating and eliminating any kind of risk to the working place.
The Company aims to achieving a positive safety culture to its employees, suppliers and contractors.
The Company does not accept any form of child labour according to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Conventions, nor tolerates forced or involuntary labour of any kind corresponding to the ILO principles. The company shall adhere to the all national laws and regulations regarding child labour.
The Company is committed to protecting the rights, privacy and personal data of past, present and prospective customers. Client’s information is collected and used fairly, stored safely and securely and only disclosed in a way that is consistent with applicable laws. (Further details at our Privacy Notice).
The Company also wants its suppliers and subcontractors to uphold the standards set out in this policy wherever they are located. The Company expects that all suppliers and subcontractors adhere to local laws and regulations, to the articles of UNO and the core standards of ILO.
This policy statement is systematically reviewed and continuously improved by the top management in order to assure a suitable implementation which the Company’s management processes and procedures.
The Company ensures that this policy is communicated to all employees and provides appropriate training with regard to the impacts the business can have in order to increase their ability to protect human rights and related issues. We encourage our employees to contact the CEO to address any concerns about the effective implementation and corresponding enforcement of this policy.
Limassol, August 2020