To BP, working responsibly includes seeking to have positive impacts on the communities in which we operate

Our progress in 2014

What we said we would do Where we are today
Test the new socio-economic risk criteria for assessing the impacts of incidents on communities and workforces  with our businesses Tested the socio-economic risk criteria with several businesses including Australia, Brazil and the US
Update our framework for managing social investment Enhanced our revised framework to include guidance on evaluating potential risks when making social investments
Deliver human rights workshops to priority businesses and functions 270+ employees received human rights training

What we plan to do next
Incorporate the new socio-economic criteria into our standard risk methodology for assessing the impacts of incidents
Prepare for reporting taxes paid to governments, on a country and project basis, in line with new UK regulations
Continue to embed human rights due diligence into our supply chain processes

In this section

An operator carrying out an inspection at the Khazzan field in Oman

Human rights

We are committed to conducting our business in a manner that respects the rights and dignity of all people

Engineers at the Whiting refinery, US

Governance and transparency

BP works with governments, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to foster good governance

Female worker at Debet Uniform company, Azerbaijan, a business that supplies BP with protective clothing

Local workforce

Where possible we seek to recruit our workforce from the local community or country

Data analysis

HSE charting tool

HSE charting tool

Featured case studies

Fishing boats on the shore in Trinidad and Tobago

Supporting enterprise

Health worker with children in West Papua, Indonesia

Malaria control

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