Our environmental policy and quality policy : ISO, RoHS
TAKIGEN has positioned the environment as a priority management issue.
TAKIGEN recognises that the protection of the global environment is one of the most important tasks shared by all Mankind. Our whole organisation is working to reduce the burden on the environment and contribute to society by promoting our environmental management activities in response to the effect exerted on the environment by our corporate activities (mainly the design and manufacture of industrial hardware), products and services. In addition we regularly review, maintain and improve our environmental management activities.
Our Environmental Policy
- We strive to prevent the pollution of the environment by instigating environment-conscious product development from the design stage.
- We abide by all environment-related laws and regulations, and other requirements with which TAKIGEN is in agreement.
- We are aggressive in our promotion of our environmental management activities, and continually strive to improve them.
- All employees are made fully aware of our environmental policy; we also make our policy known to our suppliers and declare it publicly.
Our Quality Policy
- Improvement of customers’ satisfaction
- Joint development of new products to meet the demand of customers and speedup of product supply
- Enhancement of design quality, manufacturing quality at cooperative plants and marketing quality to prevent claims
- Quick response to claims and action against recurrence thereof
TAKIGEN MFG. CO., LTD.
January 9 , 2018 Revision
TAKIGEN has established Environmental Standards for TAKIGEN products, adding to the ‘Certain Hazardous Chemical Substances’*1 banned under the RoHS Directive*2 that has been in force in the EU since July 2006, other substances to be banned or reduced. We are pressing on with compliance to the RoHS, and are engaged in the promotion of ‘Clean Procurement’*3 with the aim of offering products that are less of a burden to the environment.
- Specified Hazardous Chemical Substances: Cadmium, Hexavalent chromium, Lead, Mercury, Polybrominated biphenals (PBB), Polubrominated diphenal ether (PBDE).
- RoHS Directive: abbreviation for Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Elec tronic Equipment. Restrictions on hazardous substances implemented by the European Union. Effective from 1st July 2006. With a few exceptions, the Directive bans the use of the specified hazardous substances in electrical and electronic products handled within the EU.
- Green Procurement: the procurement of products, parts and services that place little burden on the environment.