Information page for suppliers nominated for a Human Rights Assessment
Demonstrating respect for human rights in the entire value chain is one of the most important values in the energy industry. Our efforts in this work is united in a common industry framework with focus on continuous improvements. This is done through a process of independent assessments of the supplier’s worksite performance and management system towards internationally recognised standards.
This industry approach allows you to demonstrate respect for human rights towards other potential clients, and to obtain timesaving assessments processes.
The human rights assessments are conducted through an industry collaboration, and the Human Rights Assessment Service is coordinated by Offshore Norge (www.offshorenorge.no). The service is supported by functionality in the supplier register Magnet Joint Qualification System (Magnet JQS).
There are two main types of assessments; HuRi Desktop assessment and HuRi assessment.
HuRi assessment can be conducted as an onsite-, and/or interview based assessment. The assessment provider will publish their report and findings after the assessment has been completed. When the report is published, the Supplier is encouraged to document any actions taken to close identified gaps. Descriptions and supporting documents can be uploaded to Magnet JQS. The report will be available for other members of the industry collaboration.
Your company will be contacted by assessors representing Offshore Norge. They will provide you with further details regarding the assessment process.
HuRi desktop assessment
When the assessment will be conducted as a desktop assessment, you need to fill in a questionnaire in Magnet JQS and upload evidence documents (in English) to support your answer. An assessment provider will review your submission and conduct the desktop assessment. The report will be available for other members of the industry collaboration.
You will receive a system notification when you have been nominated for assessment. Please complete and “submit” the questionnaire as soon as possible, and within 10 working days from the nomination.
During the assessment process the Supplier may be asked to provide additional information or clarify their response within the questionnaire. The supplier will be notified by email as soon as the assessor has submitted the initial score. Clarifications should be done as soon as possible and within two working days.