RBA认证

EICC电子行业行业商业联盟已经于2017年10月17日更名为Responsible  Business Alliance 简称RBA

电子行业公民联盟贴牌反思扩大范围和影响力

亚历山大,弗吉尼亚州,2017年10月17日 – 电子产业公民联盟(EICC),致力于改善社会,环境和伦理条件在他们的全球供应链领先企业组成的非赢利联盟今天宣布,它已成为负责任的商业联盟(RBA)。

当形成EICC于2004年由一群有远见的电子企业,它被称为行为的电子行业行为准则。作为EICC扩大了它的范围,程序和工具,它成为了电子行业公民联盟。自那时以来,它的影响力,能力,重点领域和成员已经急剧扩大。到负责任的商业联盟的转变,标志着该组织的下一个阶段。

“这是一个重要的里程碑,我们很高兴在这方面采取的旅程与我们的成员,下一步,”罗布·莱德雷尔,负责任商业联盟的执行主任说。“新的品牌代表了当今的组织,传达其对供应链的企业社会责任问题的领导,将我们带入未来,我们加快与多个行业,政府和利益相关者在世界各地参与。”

在2016年EICC更新其成员资格的定义,不仅允许那些生产或代工电子制造,而且还与其中电子是该产品的主要功能必不可少的产品的公司企业。新定义开通会员资格自动,玩具,航空和可穿戴技术公司,等等。

在EICC到RBA的演变是一种认识,即电子产品越来越常见于不同的产品和这些公司也有类似的供应链和负责任的商业实践共同的目标。因为它充分利用最佳实践,跨行业合作,其成员的集体努力的新品牌将加强组织。

在与品牌重塑的负责任的商业联盟相结合,无冲突采购计划(CFSI),这是一个多行业的倡议,超过360家会员企业,将成为负责任的矿产倡议(RMI)。该CFSI的新品牌更好地体现该组织的方向和范围不断扩大超出了非洲大湖地区的锡,钽,钨和黄金(3TG)矿物供应链冲突和安全问题。该RMI将继续在其新的名称和品牌CFSI使命和愿景,并继续提供方案,服务和工具,在全球范围内鼓励负责任的矿产供应链,并协助公司与合规性。

对于新的标志负责任的商业联盟(RBA)和它的举措,包括负责矿产倡议(RMI),该负责的劳工计划(RLI),以及负责工厂计划(RFI),像指南针,朝正北指向,由于澳洲联储将继续引导企业对他们的企业社会责任的路径。

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关于RBA

该负责任的商业联盟,前身为电子行业公民联盟,是全球领先的电子产品公司,致力于改善他们的全球供应链的社会,环境和伦理条件的非营利组织。澳洲联储成员提交,并追究其责任,以共同的行为准则,并利用一系列的培训和评估工具,以支持持续改进。澳洲联储与大于47500亿$合并年收入和直接从业人员超过600万人组成的110多个电子企业。欲了解更多信息,请访问www.responsiblebusiness.org。

 

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EICC Becomes the Responsible Business Alliance

Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Rebrands to Reflect Expanded Reach and Influence

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Oct. 17, 2017 – The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), a nonprofit coalition of leading companies dedicated to improving social, environmental and ethical conditions in their global supply chains, today announced it has become the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA).

When the EICC was formed in 2004 by a group of forward-thinking electronics companies it was called the Electronics Industry Code of Conduct. As the EICC expanded its scope, programs and tools, it became the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition. Since that time its influence, capabilities, focus areas and membership have expanded dramatically. The shift to the Responsible Business Alliance marks the next phase of the organization.

“This is an important milestone and we’re excited to take the next step in this journey with our members,” said Rob Lederer, Executive Director of the Responsible Business Alliance. “The new brand represents the organization today, conveys its leadership on supply chain CSR issues, and will carry us into the future as we accelerate engagement with multiple industries, governments and stakeholders around the world.”

In 2016 the EICC updated its definition of membership eligibility, allowing not only companies that manufacture or contract the manufacture of electronics, but also companies with products in which electronics are essential to the primary functionality of the product. The new definition opened membership to auto, toy, aviation, and wearable technology companies, among others.

The evolution of the EICC to the RBA is a recognition that electronics are increasingly common in diverse products and these companies have similar supply chains and shared goals of responsible business practices. The new brand will strengthen the organization as it leverages best practices, cross-industry collaboration and the collective efforts of its membership.

In conjunction with the rebrand to the Responsible Business Alliance, the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI), which is a multi-industry initiative with over 360 member companies, will become the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI). The CFSI’s new brand better reflects the organization’s direction and expanding scope beyond conflict and security issues in the tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold (3TG) minerals supply chain from the African Great Lakes Region. The RMI will continue the CFSI mission and vision under its new name and brand and continue to provide programs, services and tools to encourage responsible minerals supply chains globally and assist companies with regulatory compliance.

The new logos for the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and its initiatives, including the Responsible Minerals Initiative(RMI), the Responsible Labor Initiative (RLI), and the Responsible Factory Initiative (RFI), resemble a compass, pointing toward true north, as the RBA will continue to guide companies on their corporate social responsibility paths.

For more on the EICC rebrand, watch this video.

About RBA

The Responsible Business Alliance, formerly the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition, is a nonprofit of leading electronics companies dedicated to improving social, environmental and ethical conditions in their global supply chains. RBA members commit and are held accountable to a common Code of Conduct and utilize a range of training and assessment tools to support continuous improvement. The RBA is comprised of more than 110 electronics companies with combined annual revenue of greater than $4.75 trillion and directly employing over 6 million people. For more information, visit www.responsiblebusiness.org.

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