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Sustainability

Sustainability is our foundation

An unwavering focus on safety, integrity, environment

Versum Materials is committed to operating in a socially responsible and ethical manner. Sustainability is the foundation upon which all other aspects of our business is built, and we put sustainability and accountability at the forefront of everything we do. We enable employees and customers to perform more powerfully, without compromising safety, integrity or the environment. We believe sustainability is a good business practice and adds value to our customers, our employees, our communities and our shareholders.

sustainability

General Principles

Versum is committed to the following principles in operating our business:

  • 100% compliance with all laws and regulations in the countries and regions where we conduct business.
  • Continuous improvement in our sustainability performance. We measure performance, set improvement targets and hold management accountable for results.
  • Transparency in our sustainability performance. We encourage open dialogue on our sustainability activities.
  • Sourcing from companies that share our values around human rights, ethics and environmental responsibility. We expect our suppliers to comply with our Code of Conduct and meet our sustainability expectations, including Conflict Free sourcing.
  • Ongoing assessment of risk associated with our facilities, processes, products and logistics, and reduction of these risks to their lowest practical level to protect our employees, customers, communities and the environment.
  • Alignment of our policies and programs with the EICC Code of Conduct.

Versum Materials Environmental, Health & Safety Policy

ISO CERTIFICATES

 

Quality

ISO 9001 CERTIFICATION (QUALITY)

Electronics Business

ISO/OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety

Korea (Sihwa)

Taiwan (Nanke and Taichuang Branch)

Commitment to Ethical Business

Human Trafficking and Slavery

Versum Materials is opposed to slavery, human trafficking and the use of forced labor of any kind. We have established policies and processes within our businesses and supply chains in support of this position.

Human rights are embedded in our Code of Conduct, which states that we follow all labor and employment laws in the countries in which we operate, including laws pertaining to child labor and employee rights, such as freedom of association, privacy, and equal opportunity employment.

Our suppliers are also required to abide by our Code of Conduct in their business dealings with us. We periodically assess and review our suppliers for compliance risks, including for labor and Code of Conduct issues.

Conflict Minerals

Versum Materials is concerned that the trade of Conflict Minerals mined in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo may be fueling human rights atrocities in the region. We have evaluated the potential for Conflict Minerals to be part of our supply chain, and have reviewed our product lines and identified those that might contain these minerals. We undertake a good faith Reasonable Country of Origin Inquiry (“RCOI”) for each of our covered products. Where required, we conduct supply chain due diligence in accordance with OECD guidance, and engage in discussions regarding conflict free sourcing with any suppliers who have been identified as providing us with materials that either contain or potentially contain Conflict Minerals

The above information has been provided as required by the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015 and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010.