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Quality Policy 
  • On-time delivery of zero defects and competitive products & services to our customers
Prohibition of Conflict Minerals Policy
  • No product shall use ores from the DRC and illegal mines in the surrounding area as well as those mined in poor working conditions.
  • Require suppliers to ban the use of conflict minerals and disclose their sources for Tin (Sn), Tungsten (W), Tantalum (Ta), and Gold (Au) ore.
  • Suppliers are asked to convey this policy to their own upstream suppliers and supply chain.
Environmental Safety and Health & Energy Management Policy
  • In compliance with government policy and in coordination with ESH & Energy management system directives, promote environmental protection and the prevention of occupational diseases to provide employees with a safe and healthy work environment.
  • All employees must work in a concerted effort to design and manufacture green products with superior quality and minimize the impact and damage these products cause to the environment as much as possible to fulfill stakeholder demands, help protect the environment and effective use of energy.
  • Continue to strengthen mechanisms for the prevention of environmental pollution, increase energy efficiency, implement appropriate control and reduction measures, and support purchases of products that improve energy performance to lessen the impact on the environment.
  • Continue to implement the workplace health management system and maintain good practices in the prevention of contamination and occupation-related illness. Adopt a “zero tolerance” principle toward unlawful conduct in the workplace to maintain the physical and mental health of employees.
  • Reinforce all employees’ ESH & Energy performance awareness and accountability, and provide appropriate communication and consultation channels and participation mechanisms to ensure the effective operation of the ESH & Energy Management System.
Information Security Policy
  • The information security procedures shall be reviewed at regular intervals to ensure it is consistent with the information security policy.
  • All employees, contractors, temporary workers, visitors, vendors, and other workers at the company shall understand and comply with the information security policy and relevant procedures.
  • All employees of the company and external parties who use and access company IT assets have responsibilities and obligations to protect them against unauthorized access, modification, destruction, and improper disclosure. The use and access of IT assets shall proceed according to ISMS policy, procedures, and relevant regulations.
  • Employees shall protect trade secrets and intellectual property. The disclosure of information about customers to non-relevant colleagues, vendors, and other clients is strictly prohibited.
  • Installation, use, or downloading of illegal or unauthorized software on IT assets is forbidden.
  • The company separates job duties and assigns access rights based on the principle of least privilege and a need-to-know basis to help ensure information security.
  • All persons should be mindful of information security events, weaknesses, and suspected violations of the information policy and procedures. Immediately report information security events through the appropriate response and notification procedures.
  • The company shall develop and implement Business Continuity Plans(BCP)in accordance with business needs which should be reviewed, tested, and drilled regularly to ensure they are up-to-date and effective.
  • Information shall be classified in terms of its importance, sensitivity, and criticality.
  • The company shall implement and promote an IT security awareness and training program for employees of the company annually.
CSR Policy
  • We are committed to striving for sustainable development. Our business strategies must include comprehensive considerations of economic, environmental, and social aspects to reach an optimal balance and continuous improvement.
  • We design and produce products and services that enhance the convenience of people's lives while minimizing the impact on the environment.
  • We provide employees with fair and reasonable remuneration according to average levels in the industry and offer training programs for developing employees' competence and expertise.
  • We offer a healthy and safe workplace and implement systematic environmental-safety-management measures, doing our best to prevent environmental pollution and occupational injuries.
  • We only cooperate with suppliers complying with our CSR policies. Suppliers are required to strictly follow the laws and regulations that WNC and its customers comply with.
  • We achieve high customer satisfaction with high quality and efficiency and maintain long-term partnerships with customers.
  • We maintain healthy corporate governance, financial structures, and forward-looking business plans to provide our investors with appropriate returns.
  • We respect the community and society we live in and are willing to exercise our duty as a corporate citizen to offer our assistance.
Global Supply-Chain Management Policy
  • Policy
    WNC and our suppliers work hand in hand to maintain a sustainable supply chain through continuous optimization of supplier-management strategies and of operations efficiency. This facilitates achieving a balance between: developing operational profit, protecting the environment, and fulfilling social responsibilities; while realizing an increased value for all stakeholders.
  • Mission Statement
    Based on the principles of supporting business development and improving competitiveness, WNC will continue to effectively manage and enhance our suppliers’ performance in: quality, price, lead-time, services, environmental protection, and fulfillment of their social responsibilities. This enables us to develop an optimal supplier portfolio and purchasing guidelines, contributing to a responsible supply chain jointly managed by WNC and our suppliers.

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