Corporate Responsibility Statement / Quality and Environmental Policy
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RBA Corporate Responsibility Statement

The Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) (formerly known as the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) Code of Conduct is to formulate a set of specifications for the electronics industry or industries with electronics as the main component and their supply chains , So as to ensure that safe workers in the work environment are respected and dignified, business operations are environmentally friendly and ethical.

Sharp-eyed promises to abide by and support the RBA Code of Conduct, including five major parts:
(A) Labor (B) Health and Safety (C) Environment (D) Code of Ethics (E) Management System

For more information about the RBA Responsible Business Alliance, please visit the website:

Conflict Minerals Statement

Sharp-eyed Co. conveys the following requirements to suppliers for responsible mineral procurement:

  1. Sharp-eyed Co. suppliers must take responsibility for society and environmental protection.
  2. Sharp-eyed Co. suppliers shall ensure that the materials used in the products do not come from conflict minerals in Congo and adjacent countries; nor are they from metal minerals that directly or indirectly provide funds or benefits to armed groups in Congo or adjacent countries. These minerals include coltan (tantalum), cassiterite (tin), gold, wolframite (tungsten), and cobalt (Co).
Quality and Environmental Policy

Quality Policy

Customer first, quality first.

Environmental Policy

  1. Cherish earth resources and maintain environmental quality—

    Reduce the generation of waste and promote the rational use of energy and resources.

  2. Compliance with laws and regulations, pollution prevention—

    Comply with relevant laws, regulations and other requirements, adopt low-polluting materials and maintain and improve the environment

  3. Full participation and continuous improvement—

    All employees participate in the environmental management system, and ensure the effectiveness of the environmental management system through planning, execution and operation, inspection and correction, management review, and continuous improvement of activities.

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