Nihon Micron is ISO 9001 (product quality management system) certified and has constructed a quality management system in order to supply safe and high-quality products. We are also ISO 14001 (management techniques for environment conservation) certified, and actively implement these techniques across the organization.
In May 2013, we acquired JIS Q 9100 (established by meeting the aerospace and defense industry requirements added to the ISO 9001).
“Economically, thoroughly, and promptly supplying customers the products that satisfy the quality they desire.”
Keeping in mind the beautiful and rich nature of Shinshu, Nihon Micron Co., Ltd. promotes business activities that take into account the influence on the local community and global environment, through our development, manufacture, and related services of electronic circuit boards.
- To prevent global warming and resource depletion, we will address energy saving by reducing power consumption, and promote the effective use of resources and the reduction and reuse of waste products.
- We will select manufacturing processes and materials in agreement with customers and promote production that takes the environment and life cycle into account.
- We will perform periodic performance evaluation and internal audits of environmental activities based on protocols, and promote environmental performance improvement, environmental impact reduction, and pollution prevention by continuously solving environmental problems.
- We will comply with environment-related laws, regulations, ordinances, and other requirements agreed to by our company.
- We will perform educational activities related to the environment and improve personal awareness continuously through an exchange of opinions during improvement activities and meetings where results are presented.
- We will notify our employees and interested persons of our environmental policy and also release it to the public.
Responsible Minerals Sourcing Policy
We will deal with the mineral resources (tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold and cobalt) mined in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and its neighboring areas and High-Risk Areas (CAHRAs) suffering from inhuman acts such as conflict, human trade, slavery, forced labor, abuse, and war crimes, as follows:
- We will manage in accordance with the OECD(Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.) Due Diligence Guidance.
- We will make efforts to eliminate the use of the materials mined from conflict areas and High-Risk Areas (CAHRAs).
- We will ask our suppliers for the understanding and cooperation of eliminating the use of the materials mined from conflict areas and High-Risk Areas (CAHRAs), and carry out assessments according to the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT and EMRT) provided by RMI.
- If we learn of the use of materials mined from conflict areas and High-Risk Areas (CAHRAs), we will take appropriate measures to eliminate the use of such materials.