Environmental Protection Policies
Wistron is committed to abiding by environmental and energy regulations that are associated with our activities, products and services, as well as customer requirements in order to achieve our set goals and targets, or attain results better than regulated. We actively support government environmental protection policies and continue to mitigate and prevent pollution.
02 |Management Direction
- We regularly implement regulatory compliance inspections to ensure that our current practices comply with new regulations.
- We perform internal audits and third-party verification each year to ensure the effective operations of the management system.
- In addition to paying continuous attention to international issues and trends, Wistron has adopted the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System in all global operations. We seek to satisfy the requirements in environmental protection regulations of local governments. We aim to effectively reduce the impact of business activities on the environment and improve environmental management performance to attain our ultimate goal of sustainable development.
03 |Complaint Channels
Wistron has set up the Stakeholder Communication Section on its official website for stakeholders such as customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and the media to provide suitable communication channels. When we receive any environmental issue, Wistron will address the issue and respond in accordance with procedures.
04 |Education and Advocacy
Wistron seeks to enhance the employees' awareness of environmental protection and occupational health and safety. Every plant organizes safety and environmental protection campaigns every year and uses promotions, contests, and activities to encourage employees to participate and learn more about the importance of environmental protection and occupational safety.
05 |Compliance with Environmental Laws and Regulations
In 2022, Wistron had no violations of environmental laws and regulations. During the years 2019 to 2022, Wistron had only one fine related to environmental regulations in 2021, amounting to NT$1,445,420. The plant has cooperated with the relevant local competent authority to complete the improvement and continues to monitor the progress. We will continue to focus on changes in environment-related laws and regulations in various countries. We will update and implement
internal operating procedures and regulations, periodically organize legal compliance training and include the training in the annual internal training plan, in order to ensure the legal and regulatory compliance of every aspect of the company's operations and appropriately respond to the stakeholders' expectations of Wistron.