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Additional requirements can apply per material and sourcing origion.
The Business Conduct Guidelines contain the basic principles and rules for the conduct of all OSRAM employees. They set out how we meet our ethical and legal responsibilities as a company. They apply within the company as well as in relation to our external partners and the general public. Document Link
We anticipate reliability and continuous supply of high-quality products and services as the basis for our common success. We strive to provide reliable products, on-time delivery and dependable support to meet our customers' highest expectations. We encourage a culture of innovation, responsibility and accountability to ensure continuous improvement.
- Standard supplier requirements are: ISO 9001 & ISO14001
- For categories with relevant service aspects: ISO45001 (formerly OHSAS 18001)
- For automotive related business: IATF 16949
- Additional certificates, e.g. ISO50001 are highly appreciated.
- In addition OSRAM conducts process audits for all suppliers of direct material and services
It is a high ambition of OSRAM to avoid and reduce certain hazardous substances in products above and beyond statutory regulations.
Placing certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronical equipment on the market of is subject to specific regional (EU) or national restrictions and bans. Within the European Union (EU) these restrictions and bans are defined in EU directives and subsequent member states, national regulations, and in direct legally enforceable regulations. Compliance with Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS-Directive) and EU Directive 1907/2006/EC (“REACH”) is a clear target for OSRAM and our suppliers.
Confirmation of and compliance to the OSRAM Index List Environment is a minimum supplier requirement for all Categories including RoHS/REACH relevant substances.
OSRAM uses BOMcheck and IMDS to exchange RoHS/REACH relevant data with its customers and suppliers.
Conflict minerals are minerals sourced from conflict-affected locations, the sale of which can contribute to the perpetuation of armed violence, instability, insecurity and associated human rights violations. OSRAM holds itself and its suppliers responsible to ensure that our supply chains are not contributing to the ongoing conflicts. As a member of the Responsible Sourcing Initiative (RMI) OSRAM asks its suppliers to comply with the RMI process and to only accept conformant smelters in their supply chain.
As a proof point OSRAM asks for the latest version of the RMI CMRT (5.11) and counterchecks the supplier feedback with the software product of iPoint.
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Companies located in risk countries are asked to provide a self-assessment via IntegrityNext, which addresses all relevant CR aspects.OSRAM defines all countries as risk countries that have a recent TI CPI* score equaling or being below 50.
* Transparency International Corruption Perception Index (TI CPI) is an annually published index, which ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption according to experts and business people. It uses a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean. More than two-thirds of countries score below 50 on 2018’s CPI, with an average score of just 43. TI works together with governments, businesses and citizens to stop the abuse of power, bribery and secret deals.