1. Referring to corporate policies and procedures in place to identify and control chemical releases to the environment.
2. Referring to a process in place to ensure that the company is meeting or exceeding the requirements of local laws and “best practice” standards concerning labour rights, health, safety and basic human rights of all employees.
3. Referring to a formal corporate sustainability program implemented within the company. In addition, all suppliers are evaluated annually based on their performance in the given calendar year. This evaluation is incident-driven and depends on the frequency and the severity of non-conformances, if any.