Sustainable Development

Quality, Security, Safety, Occupational Health, Environment,
and Energy Management Policy (QSSHE Policy)

The QSSHE Policy endorsed by the CEO and announced for implementation for executives and employees within the organization as well as IRPC’s affiliates. The policy put an emphasis and importance on the management of quality, security, safety, occupational health, environment, and energy for the effective continual development, for strengthening organization capability and for sustainable development toward the operational excellence. The policy proclaims that all IRPC staff shall have accountability on the legal compliance, quality management, knowledge management, productivity, product development, business continuity plan and risk management, environmental impact assessment for the maintainability of biodiversity, QSSHE continual improvement process as well as internal and external stakeholder communication.

Reference: Quality Security Safety Occupational Health Environment and Energy Management Policy (click)


IRPC Biodiversity Statement

IRPC and Subsidiary is committed to integrating biodiversity considerations into our business decision process in order to avoid and minimize risks and impacts to sensitive biological values. Biodiversity is a part of IRPC due diligence in supporting sustainable development in economic, environmental, and social aspects.

Our Guideline
IRPC and Subsidiary commitment to protecting biodiversity values is driven at the highest level of our corporate policy, the QSSHE policy. Fundamentally, our biodiversity policy aims to reduce our environmental footprint by designing and managing our facilities to avoid and mitigate against adverse impacts on biodiversity values; and operating our facilities responsibly, especially in areas with sensitive biodiversity values.

Our Performance IRPC and Subsidiary performance will be guided by our efforts to protect and manage biodiversity. This means that we will:
  • Integrate biodiversity assessment and management through our QSSHE policy;
  • Manage biodiversity values by operating in or near areas with sensitive biodiversity values in compliance with required regulatory standards;
  • Apply operating practices that avoid and mitigate against biodiversity loss; and
  • Achieve a no-net-loss of biodiversity values where we are able to do so
Our Actions
Our actions will include:
  • Assessing the potential risk and impact of our activities on biodiversity values;
  • Conducting our operations responsibly in all areas, including environments with sensitive biodiversity values;
  • Identify actions to avoid and mitigate against adverse impacts to biodiversity values;
  • Apply the “mitigation hierarchy” in a step by step process by avoiding impacts on high biodiversity values; mitigating any impacts by improving biodiversity values and consider offsetting any residual losses;
  • Seek ways to make positive contributions to biodiversity conservation;
  • Integrating the identification, evaluation, management and monitoring of biodiversity values into our Due Diligence; Environmental Impact Assessment; and Risk Management processes;
  • Engaging communities and key stakeholders to enhance biodiversity outcomes through consultation, constructive relationships, and partnerships; and
  • Communicating our biodiversity-related activities to local communities, employees and the public.
Measuring performance We will measure our performance on managing biodiversity and ecosystem services by:
  • Measuring the risk that our operations pose to biodiversity values;
  • Regularly monitoring biodiversity values were we are required to do so;
  • Regularly auditing our performance against our values and actions to ensure that we operate effectively.
IRPC’s Mangrove Development Research Synopsis (click)