We are concerned about human rights violations, including forced labour, human trafficking, and child labour occurring anywhere in the world.
To ensure sustainability in our supply chain, we contractually commit our suppliers to follow and promote the above standards to their own suppliers. We have rolled out a uniform and enterprise-wide process to determine the use, source, and origin of Conflict Minerals in our supply chain. We work closely with our direct suppliers to support us in carrying out these steps. Where necessary, we work with suppliers to remediate risks.While building on established management process, we continuously perform due diligence to continue sourcing responsibly.
We are committed to avoiding the use of Conflict Minerals in our supply chain. Because of our support for human rights, and concern that funds from purchases of materials used in our supply chain may be exploited for illegal purposes, we are taking systematic steps to understand whether any 3TG, or their derivatives in our products are financing the conflict and violence in the DRC region.
ELECTRONSYSTEM MD is very sensitive to all environmental issues.
For this reason, we have installed 800 m2 (8611 ft2) of UNI-SOLAR modules capable of producing up to 19.63 kWp. 25% of the energy used for production is self-produced.
The Global Compact asks companies to embrace, support and enact, within their sphere of influence, a set of core values in the areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment, and anti-corruption.
The principles enjoy universal consensus and are derived from: