Publications
Responsible Raw Materials Initiative

Publications

  • EICC Annual Report 2016
    Apr 25, 2017

    The EICC's eighth annual report covers 2016 and highlights our efforts related to protecting vulnerable workers, the responsible sourcing of raw materials, chemical management, environmental sustainability, public procurement, training and capability-building, the CFSI, the VAP, EICC-ON and many other initiatives that aim to improve social, ethical and environmental conditions in the global supply chain.
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  • Responsible Raw Materials Initiative Progress Report
    Apr 19, 2017

    The EICC's and CFSI's Responsible Raw Materials Initiative (RRMI) published a progress report and an overview of its cobalt-related activities as of April 2017.
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  • CFSI Conflict Minerals Due Diligence and SEC Disclosure White Paper
    Apr 12, 2017

    This white paper by the EICC's Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI) provides examples of how a company may use recommendations outlined in the OECD Guidance to meet SEC requirements by correlating the OECD Guidance 5-Step process to the SEC 3-Step process.
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  • EICC Annual Report 2014-2015
    Apr 27, 2016

    The EICC's seventh annual report covers 2014 and 2015, and focuses on the implementation of the strategic plan, strengthening the Code of Conduct, and numerous other EICC corporate social responsibility initiatives to protect the rights and well-being of workers and their communities worldwide.
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  • Assessing and Reducing F-GHGs in the Electronics Supply Chain
    Mar 15, 2016

    The EICC conducted a research project to measure fluorinated gases (F-GHGs), a powerful type of greenhouse gas used during electronics manufacturing, in the supply chain.
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  • Creating and Evaluating a Credentialing System for Vocational Schools in China
    Dec 15, 2015

    The EICC and Stanford University's Rural Education Action Program (REAP) have concluded Phase 2 of a credentialing pilot program for vocational education and training (VET) schools in China.
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