Green Policy
CHENBRO recognizes the needs for caution in using substances and materials, and complies with international regulations, directives, and the requirements from customers to reduce product’s impact on the environment during the product life cycle.
Social Responsibility Policy
CHENBRO is committed to fulfill our social responsibility, including “Help the Disadvantaged” and “Support the activity for public welfare”. Our company will continue complying with related local policies and international regulations to safeguard and advance the rights and benefits of employees. Last but not least, we build an overall healthy, safe and ethical operating environment.
Occupational Health and Safety Policy
CHENBRO commits to establish an Occupational Health & Safety (ISO 45001) management system ensuring a healthy, injury-free environment for employees. And we’re well aware that hazards and risks in the workplace that are affecting the well-being of all people working must be under control of the company.
Environment Policy
CHENBRO complies with Environmental Laws & Regulations in order to meet international trends and customer requirements and pursue sustainable development. We recognize that its activities, products and services may impact the environment, and also commit to zero usage of restricted and banned materials and substances.
RBA Policy  
CHENBRO commits to implement the RBA Code of Conduct and to focus on making efforts of positive social and environmental change. We also follow the relevant legislation and responsibility to ensure that working conditions are safe, employees are treated with dignity and respect, and protect the environment.
Conflict-Free Smelter (CFS) Statement
CHENBRO is responsible to ensure that the materials used in our products are not obtained from Conflict Minerals. Also, we follow the Conflict-Free Smelter (CFS) program developed by EICC and GeSI, to enhance company capability, to verify the responsible sourcing of metals, notably in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to avoid using minerals mined in illegal armed groups on human rights violations and environmental destruction.