Taclink is committed to the highest standards of ethical, social, environmental and safe conduct. We are striving to implement and improve our regulations in our facilities, processes and supply chain on a daily base. The goal of our business is to lead to a comprehensive effort that will have a positive impact globally on all levels: social, economic and environmental.
Taclink is committed to protect our environment by minimizing the use of finite resources (such as energy, water and raw materials) and the release of harmful emissions to the environment (including waste, air emissions and discharges to water). Taclink seeks to improve the environmental performance of the products and services it provides. Taclink is complying with all legal regulations in his business areas.
Products provided by Taclink are compliant with the regulations China ROHS Directive SJ/T 11363-2006, EU ROHS Directive 2011/65/EC, WEEE Directive 2012/19/EC and REACH Regulation 1907/2006/EC.
Taclink’s Environmental Management System is ISO14001certified.
Health and safety policy:
Taclink protects the health, safety and wellbeing of all employees, partners and customers and the communities in which it operates. Taclink is following international safety standards and guidelines.
Taclink’s products are certified by TUV and UL.
Taclink’s Occupational Health and Safety System is OHSAS18001certified.
Conflict Minerals Policy:
Taclink supports the efforts of human rights organizations to end violence and atrocities in Central Africa (the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and nine adjoining countries: Republic of Congo, Central Africa Republic, South Sudan, Zambia, Angola, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda).
It has been widely reported that the major driver of this violence is the natural abundance of the minerals tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold, now referred to as “conflict minerals.” Armed groups fight for control of mines in this region and use forced labor to mine and sell the minerals, which in turn funds ongoing violence.
We will respect human rights, investigate the supply chain and require suppliers to provide material composition questionnaires to ensure conflict minerals are not applied.