Our Focuses｜Sustainable Supply Chain｜Sustainable Risk Assessment
Sustainability Risk Assessment
In order to gradually establish a resilient Winbond supply chain, Winbond has developed a supplier ESG risk assessment (which evaluates suppliers on 3 major aspects, environmental, social, and governance, and 21 assessment sub-items) based on the RBA standards since 2022. In 2023, Winbond will assess first-tier key suppliers, identifying high-risk suppliers and the type of risk. In the near future, through regular surveys, risk assessments, and assessing degrees of impact, Winbond hopes to propose improving actions targeting areas where our suppliers can move on. Winbond hopes to work together to increase the internal resilience of the overall supply chain.
Suppliers Risk Assessment
- Identify supply chain risks and the severity of impact on supply chains through regular sustainability surveys and assessments.
- Manage and reduce the operating risks faced by first-level suppliers with regard to sustainable business operations and RBA standards, gradually improving the internal resilience of the Winbond supply chain.
- 100% of key supplier sustainable supply chain self-evaluation questionnaires completed
- Identifing high-risk suppliers and risk types
- Establishing supplier ESG performance as part of our supplier selection criteria
Content of supplier ESG risk assessments
Starting with product life cycle traceability and supply, Winbond has committed to requiring our partnered suppliers to operate in an environmentally-friendly and economic manner.
- Environmental Management Systems
- Air Pollution Prevention
- Water Management
- Waste Management
- Greenhouse Gas Management
- Biodiversity Management
- Hazardous and Shared Substance Management
Suppliers are required to sign the Winbond Supplier Code of Conduct Commitment Letter, ensuring that our suppliers provide a safe and healthy workplace compliant with international labor rights standards.
- Human Rights Protection
- Employment and Labor Rights Protection
- Occupational Health and Safety, and General Health Management
- Chemical Safety
- Fire Safety
- Equipment Safety
Suppliers are required to conduct business operations ethically and with integrity, the highest standard for business ethics, and ensure that this standard is applied to all internal business operations.
- Degree to Which Corporate Sustainability has been Formally Incorporated
- Sustainability Impact and Degree of Disclosure
- Business Continuity and Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Service Quality Management
- Business Ethics and Philanthropy
- Corporate Governance