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Join the world's largest industry coalition committed to creating shared value for businesses, workers and communities.

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Ready to join the world’s leading electronics companies committed to sustainable supply chains? Join the EICC – the world’s largest industry coalition committed to creating shared value for businesses and the people and communities who contribute to the manufacture of electronic devices around the world.

Benefits of Membership

  • Learn from leaders: Participate in a vibrant community of practice of leading electronics companies from throughout the supply chain for learning and collaboration opportunities with your customers and suppliers. Members can also take advantage of in-person and online training and learning opportunities covering dozens of key topics in supply chain sustainability.
  • Access tools: Supply chain sustainability isn’t an option anymore for competitive businesses with strong brands. Joining the EICC ensures your company is in line with the industry-wide code of conduct and allows you access to tools and resources that puts your company on a path toward top supply chain sustainability performance. Key tools you have access to as a member company include our industry-leading e-learning academy with over 30 training modules, our online sustainability data management and sharing system EICC-ON, our Validated Audit Process, our Responsible Electronics events series multiple times per year and more.
  • Improve efficiency: Access shared social compliance audits from companies and their suppliers throughout the supply chain and ensure your company has the information it needs for continuous improvement in supply chain sustainability, while also lowering costs and increasing efficiency in sustainability programs.
  • Get out in front: Ensure your company is out in front on emerging issues and risks in supply chain sustainability. With the resources and tools of the EICC your company can stay up-to-date on key developments from the electronics industry and beyond, including in the news media and with key stakeholders.

You can review our standards, assessment tools and learning and capability building programs on our website.

About the EICC

Founded in 2004 by a group of leading electronics companies, the EICC is a non-profit coalition of electronics companies committed to supporting the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities worldwide affected by the global electronics supply chain. EICC members commit and are held accountable to a common Code of Conduct and utilize a range of EICC training and assessment tools to ensure continuous improvement in the social, environmental and ethical responsibility of their supply chains.

In addition to setting and holding members accountable to core standards and providing training and assessment tools, the EICC regularly engages in dialogue and collaborations with workers, civil society, investors, research and governmental institutions to gather the necessary range of perspectives and expertise to support and drive its members toward achieving the EICC mission and values of a responsible global electronics supply chain.

Today the EICC is comprised of nearly 100 electronics companies with combined annual revenue of nearly $2.6 trillion, directly employing over 5.5 million people. In addition to EICC members, thousands of companies that are Tier 1 suppliers to those members are required to implement the EICC Code of Conduct. Over 3.5 million people from over 120 countries contribute to the manufacture of EICC members’ products. Click here for a full list of EICC members.

Member Requirements

Activity Applicant Member Full Member
Senior executive agrees to adopt the Code of Conduct for own operations and supply chains and accept the EICC mission, vision and bylaws.
Actively participate in EICC activities.
Identify high risk facilities: 100% own facilities and 80% of Tier 1 suppliers (using EICC Self-Assessment Questionnaire) each year.  
Conduct audits on at least 25% of the members’ own high-risk facilities and 25% of members’ suppliers’ high risk facilities.  
Report and implement corrective action plans for any priority findings at high risk suppliers.  

Commitment to Standards and Accountability

All EICC members are required to commit publicly to the EICC Code of Conduct and actively pursue conformance to the Code and its standards. EICC members must regard the Code as a total supply chain initiative, meaning that members must at a minimum require their next tier suppliers to acknowledge and implement the Code.

EICC full members are held accountable to their Code of Conduct commitment via a range of mandatory accountability and assessment means, including self-assessment questionnaires, audits and corrective actions where necessary.

The EICC Code of Conduct itself also outlines necessary management systems to ensure members establish the systems and structures necessary to ensure they do not infringe on workers’ rights nor the wellbeing of their communities. These systems and structures are vital to prevent accidents and abuses that damage both businesses and communities. The EICC provides a range of tools and resources to help members establish and maintain these systems and structures.

Commitment to Continuous Improvement

Supply chain sustainability doesn’t happen overnight and companies will always face new or chronic challenges to protect the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities in their supply chains. As the leading industry coalition driving electronics supply chain sustainability, the EICC sets standards, holds members accountable to them, and provides members a range of “carrot and stick” measures to drive continuous improvement in members’ supply chain sustainability and achieve the EICC mission and vision.

In light of this approach, EICC members are required to commit to the EICC’s approach of continuous improvement. EICC members demonstrate this commitment through continuous real improvement in performance in assessments, use of EICC training tools and resources and participation in EICC activities, including project-specific working groups and taskforces and EICC events.

See our complete member requirements here.

Membership Dues

EICC members pay an annual membership due of $35,000-$45,000 per year, depending on member company revenue. Members may cease their membership for any reason at any time. In instances of non-compliance with membership requirements, the EICC Board of Directors may terminate membership.

New members also pay a one-time application fee of $5,000.

Membership Eligibility

EICC membership is open to electronic manufacturers, software firms, ICT firms and manufacturing service providers, including contracted labor, that design, market, manufacture and/or provide electronic goods or other materials or services to ICT firms. Qualified applicants may become EICC members upon a majority vote of the EICC Board of Directors. EICC member companies not a part of the supply chain for two years will not be eligible to maintain membership status.

When companies join the EICC, they are applicant members. Applicant membership, which lasts two years, helps new members learn from their peers how to use EICC tools and conform to EICC standards. After two years’ of applicant membership, these companies are required to show conformance to EICC membership requirements and become full members. Companies that do not meet full member requirements after two years are no longer eligible for EICC membership. Companies may also apply for full membership in fewer than two years if they are ready to meet our membership requirements.

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Ready to join the EICC and become a leader in supply chain sustainability? Contact us with questions or complete the application form. We look forward to hearing from you!