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Corporate Commitment

Innodisk Policy

Quality Policies
HSF Policies
Environmental Health Safe Policies
Innovative and Reliable Design;
Professional and Dedicated Services;
Satisfactory and Trusty Quality;
Fast and Accurate Delivery.
To have effectiveness monitoring;
To comply the policy;
To use green products;
To satisfy customers.
To strengthen eco training;
To reduce carbon emission;
To run sustainable management;
To promote safety awareness;
To promote employee health;
To control harm risk;
To comply the policy;
To continue improvement;
To reduce the pollution;
To get zero disaster target.

Hazardous Substances Free (HSF)

Innodisk Corporation has spent the past decade building a global development in order to provide time-to-market services to its global customers. In view of the increasing demand for environmental friendly products.

As the leading manufacturer of industrial storage devices, Innodisk first complies with the European Union's directive on the production of hazardous substances (Directive for Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment), RoHS (2011/65/EU), (EU) 2015/863, REACH (SVHC) and its appendix, PFOS (2006/122/EC), POPs and the packaging materials also comply with the PPW (94/62/EC) packaging material directive.

California Proposition 65

California began implementing the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act in 1986,also called CA65 or Prop65.

Mainly to promote safe, clean drinking water, and to promote consumer products without toxic substances that can cause cancer or deformed children.

Proposition 65 will affect all companies that sell products in California.

Manufacturer must provide a “clear and reasonable” warning before knowingly expose anyone to the listed chemicals. Therefore, for specific products, Innodisk will provide the following warnings on specific product packaging:

  • WARNING: This product contains chemicals that California identifies as a chemical that causes cancer, congenital defects, or other reproductive harm.

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Metal Conflict-Free

As a good corporate citizen, Innodisk is committed to social responsibility and respect for human rights, and continues to pay attention to conflict minerals issues. We are committed to investigating the supply chain in detail to ensure Tin (Sn), Tantalum (Ta) and Tungsten (W). Metals such as Gold (Au), Cobalt (Co), and Palladium (Pd) are not mined from mining areas controlled by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its neighboring countries.

We promise that the metal source of all products does not come from Congo and its neighboring countries, as well as conflict minerals in any armed forces controlled area in these countries.

With customer needs, all suppliers are required to fill in the “Conflict Minerals Survey Template (RMI_CMRT)” to investigate and disclose the use of conflict minerals in raw materials to meet customer and legal requirements.

material conflict free

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RBA (Responsibility Business Alliance; Formerly known as: EICC)

  • The purpose of the 《RBA Code of Conduct》 is to ensure that the working environment of the electronics industry supply chain is safe, that workers are respected and dignified, and that business operators are responsible for the environment.
  • Innodisk has passed the audit of RBA by major international companies. We will continue to follow the RBA Code of Conduct and be self-examined and required on the issues of labor, health and safety, environment, ethics, and management systems. We also encourage suppliers to promote their own activities. In addition to complying with the law, we should actively move towards internationally recognized standards to take on more social and environmental responsibilities.

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