Quality Policy

Offering the Products and Services that Best Meet the Customer Demands.

  1. Stable Quality
  2. Accurate Delivering
  3. Competitive Price
  4. Satisfactory Service

Environmental Policy

Follow global environmental legislation, to implement environmental management.
Reinforce training, promote concepts of environmental protection.
Emphasize on pollution prevention, reduce the amount of pollution.
Continue to improve, cherish the energy and resources.

Occupational Safety and Health Policy

Follow safety and health legislation, attach importance to risk management.
Improve safety and health performance, prevent illnesses and injuries.
Enhance safety and health awareness, integrate safety culture.
Implement continual improvement, ensure sustainable development.

Energy Policy

Follow energy legislation, promote voluntary energy conservation
Advocate energy efficient products purchase, continual energy saving and carbon reduction
Support energy performance, promote environmental sustainability.

CSB Conflict Minerals Procurement Policy

Conflict minerals:

There are numerous types of mineral resources buried within the lands of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, located in central Africa, and its neighboring countries. Ores containing minerals such as tin which is used in solders to secure electronic parts to printed circuit boards, tantalum which is used in capacitors, tungsten which is used in superhard materials, and gold which is used in lead frames can be found in this region. The locals extract these ores, which traders and brokers export to other countries in order to earn valuable foreign currencies, but part of those foreign currencies are forcibly collected and used as funds to purchase weapons by armed groups that repeatedly engage in conflict and violate human rights in the same region, which has become a major problem. As such, the minerals listed above are called “conflict minerals”.

Procurement policy:

The policy for CSB procurement department has always been and will continue to be to ensure that procurement activities do not result or aid in conflicts within the same region and that the armed groups described above do not benefit from those activities, while continuing responsible procurement activities of minerals that are not related to the conflicts in the region based on local laws. Additionally, we will continue to support the practice of due diligence based on the “OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas” among companies. With these in mind, CSB would like to request all our suppliers to utilize the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template developed by EICC/GeSI to continue checking the country of origin and supply chain of minerals, and also to procure from the *CFS (Conflict Free Smelter) listed within.

*CFS (Conflict Free Smelter):

A list of smelters who have been identified as “not being involved in the conflict within the same region” by the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI), an organization that was founded by the EICC/GeSI, which is a group that aims to solve the conflict minerals problem.