Environmental, Health and Safety Policy

CHAMPA ENTERPRISE is an international Information technology electronics company engaged in a wide range of programs throughout the world. We are committed to meeting leading EHS standards.

Compliance and more At CHAMPA ENTERPRISE, we are committed to complying with local and global EHS regulations, in all of our operations. In order to maintain leading compliance standards, we continually review global and local updates in EHS regulations and follow current legislative initiatives.

 

Operating as a global company demands that we embrace a broad perspective of compliance, which goes beyond regulatory requirements and meets the expectations and requirements of our customers and stakeholders.

 

Management approach to EHS Environmental –CHAMPA ENTERPRISE recognizes the potential environmental impacts of our ongoing operations. We regularly conduct activities that advance environmental friendly practices, including measures to reduce electricity, fuel and water consumption, and maximize recycling of waste.

 

CHAMPA ENTERPRISE GOING TO MEET APPLY TO the ISO 14001 – 2015 for our environment management system.

Health – CHAMPA ENTERPRISE employs WOMEN employees ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. As a responsible employer, our goal is to ensure a healthy working environment for our employees. Mandatory health examinations are conducted routinely for employees that work under conditions that may pose potential health issues.

 

CHAMPA ENTERPRISE operations include a range of I.C.T. development, IMPORT, testing, logistics and support activities. Therefore we are committed to leading precautionary standards as well as implementation of emergency preparedness systems at all sites. We strive to enhance the safety of our employees, minimize risks, prevent hazards and maintain a safe environment at each facility.

 

Policy Guidelines:

  • Comply with regulatory requirements, customer requirements and requirements of standards adopted by the Company.

  • Generate a safe and healthy work environment for employees in routine and emergency situations, and prevent accidents and occupational diseases, by identifying and evaluating risks and reducing them to an “acceptable level”.

  • Maintain environmental resources, reduce ecological footprints and prevent environmental pollution, throughout the product lifecycle.

  • Incorporate EHS issues into the Company’s business processes, and set proactive goals and plans for continuous improvement in performance and management practices.

  • Train and deploy EHS issues across all organizational levels, encourage employees and managers to report hazards, hazardous situations, accidents and near-casualties.

  • Maintain open and transparent communication channels between the Company and external stakeholders, as well as employee sharing and consultation processes on EHS issues.