Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)
IHM P/S meets the requirements of environmental legislation in Denmark and the EU. This forms the basis for our occupational health and safety policy. Our HSE organisation is responsible for day-to-day and general tasks related to our working environment.
- IHM has partnered with Falck WorkCare on health and safety training in the workplace.
- We do not use hazardous materials in our production.
IHM supports green energy sources
IHM only uses renewable energy, and we have partnered with DONG Energy to supply us with energy from wind power, which is one of the most sustainable forms of energy.
Environmentally sustainable disposal and recycling of electrical products
IHM wishes to take responsibility for the environment and ensure that electrical products are recycled and/or disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. As a responsible manufacturer, we therefore comply with the Danish Recycling Directive for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and are a member of the ‘elretur’ association for the collection and reprocessing of end-of-life electronic products.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
IHM’s CSR policy complies with legislation and requirements in Denmark and the EU, including requirements pertaining to safety at work, the environment, EMC and industrial safety, and the requirements of the EU Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive.
IHM complies with the following eu directives
- The WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC of 27 January 2003)
- The RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC of 27 January 2003)
- The Packaging Directive (94/62/EC as amended by 2004/12/EC)
- The European Code of Conduct for Energy Consumption in Broadband Equipment
IHM complies with the following international standards
IHM complies with the international standards laid down by ILO (International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work) on Environment
- Working environment and employment terms (in accordance with the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (articles 23, 24, and 25) and a number of key ILO conventions).
- Sustainable development
- Human rights (forced labour, child labour, discrimination, etc.).
- Anti-corruption and bribery (Merida Convention on Anti-Corruption).