GRI 410: Security Practices 2016
Contains disclosures for organizations to report information about their security practice-related impacts, and how they manage these impacts 💥.
The Standard is structured as follows:
Section 1 contains a requirement, which provides information about how the organization manages its security practice-related impacts.
Section 2 contains one disclosure, which provides information about the organization’s security practice-related impacts.
The Glossary contains defined terms with a specific meaning when used in the GRI Standards. The terms are underlined in the text of the GRI Standards and linked to the definitions.
The Bibliography lists references used in developing this Standard.
The rest of the Introduction section provides a background on the topic, an overview of the system of GRI Standards, and further information on using this Standard.
Background on the topic
This Standard addresses the topic of security practices. It focuses on the conduct of security personnel towards third parties and the potential risk for excessive use of force or other violations of human rights. Security personnel can refer to employees of the reporting organization or employees of third-party organizations that provide security forces. The use of security personnel can have negative impacts on local populations, and on the upholding of human rights and the rule of law. Providing effective training in human rights, therefore, helps to make sure that security personnel understand when to use force in an appropriate way, and how to ensure respect for human rights.
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