Hanwha Vision joins United Nations Global Compact

Hanwha Vision joined the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.

The UNGC encourages companies to integrate ten key principles, covering human rights, labour standards, environmental protection, and anti-corruption into their core operations and strategies.

With over 20,000 participants in 167 countries, the UNGC provides a framework for businesses to contribute to a more sustainable future.

Soonhong Ahn, President and CEO of Hanwha Vision said: “Joining the UNGC strengthens Hanwha Vision’s commitment to upholding the highest global standards for sustainable management.

“We believe that our corporate activities, investments, and solution development, aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, can contribute meaningfully to the goals of the United Nations and the international community.”

Through its UNGC membership, Hanwha Vision will strengthen its ESG (environmental, social, and governance) efforts and embed the organisation’s ten principles into its day-to-day business practices and corporate culture. Additionally, Hanwha Vision will demonstrate its progress through annual Communication on Progress (CoP) reports, ensuring transparency and accountability to stakeholders.

Last year, Hanwha Vision published its Sustainability Report and has been actively communicating its ESG progress and future plans to external and internal stakeholders, including customers, employees, and strategic partners. By joining the UNGC, the company aims to become a leader in fostering a more sustainable video surveillance industry.

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