In 2014, HP, DELL, and IBM jointly announced the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct (EICC) standard. The purpose of the EICC is to make social responsibility a priority in the global electronic industry supply chain. The standards form a series of basic rules, including recruitment, occupational health and safety, environmental responsibility, control, systems, and moralities. Cisco, Intel, and Microsoft also joined the EICC and became the working team for the supply chain to follow the EICC execution plan, and required suppliers to follow the EICC standards. Following the EICC cuts down second and third-party audits, reducing costs in the electronics industry. For this reason, the EICC was universally accepted in the electronic industry. The EICC is a set of standards on social, environmental and ethical issues in the electronics industry supply chain, the conduct contains provisions in the follow areas:


Freely chosen employment, young workers, working hours, wages and benefits, humane treatment, non-discrimination and sexual harassment, freedom of association, abolish child labor.

Health and safety

Occupational safety, emergency preparedness, occupational injury and illness, industrial hygiene, physically demanding work, machine safeguarding, sanitation food and housing, health and safety communication.


Environmental permits and reporting, pollution prevention and resource reduction, hazardous substances, wastewater and solid waste, air emissions, materials restrictions, storm water management, energy consumption greenhouse gas emissions.


Business integrity, no improper advantage, disclosure of information, intellectual property, fair business, advertising and competition, protection of identity and non- retaliation, responsible sourcing of minerals, privacy.





Management system

Company commitment, management accountability and responsibility, legal and customer requirements, risk assessment and risk management, improvement objectives, training, communication, worker feedback and participation, audits and assessments, corrective action process, documentation and records, supplier responsibility.

EICC - Policy

Human rights policy of labors

LiPOLY will notify our employees about their human rights, including the basic laws and regulations, freely chosen employment, humane treatment, non-discrimination and sexual harassment. We established effective multi-communication mechanisms, wages and benefits. We offer multi-training opportunities, eliminate forced labor to promote the freely chosen employment. In accordance with Labor Standards Act, the employer has abolished the hiring of under fifteen child laborers, also supporting the physical and psychological well- being of minor laborers, and shall make sure the work is not dangerous. LiPOLY’s policy has abolished child laborers, supporting the physical and psychological well- being of minor laborers, to make sure the work is not dangerous. For the employees, we provide annual training and notify employees by company’s website and internal email, to make sure our employees fully understand the contents and the spirit of the EICC policy.

Ethics policy

LiPOLY’s employees are forbidden to do any illegal business activities, and shall avoid conflict of interests, forbidding to accepted personal commission, rebate or any benefits inappropriate in anyway.

Environmental health and safety policy

LiPOLY keeps promotion of our environmental management, committed to providing healthy and good work environments for our employees. Our environmental management system, we qualify for international verification ISO14001. Respond to EU RoHS, we qualify for international verification IECQ QC080000. We provide healthy and high-quality environments, practice the environmental and safety idea, achieving sustainable development, and also have investigated and established the Greenhouse Gas (GHG).

Sourcing Policy for Conflict Mineral

Conflict metal: Tin(Sn), tantalum(Ta), tungsten(W), gold(Au). The minerals from refion of Democratic Republic of the Congo. These minerals are controedl by the Democratic Republic of Congo’s revenue, the illegal mining is infringement of human rights. LiPOLY commits all materials are not form the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the surrounding country, or any armed forces area. We also request our suppliers sign “Conflict minerals reporting template (CMRT)”,” Declaration of Metal Conflict-Free”, ”Letter of commitment of supplier for EICC”, making sure our sourcing is qualified for customer requests and laws and regulations.

HSF policy

LiPOLY act on promotion of green purchasing policy, environmental protection, comply with the required of customers and laws and regulations and keep improvement.