All Lexmark employees are required to know the environmental impacts of their jobs. They are trained in the corporate environmental policy as well as job-specific environmental issues during new-employee training and during annual refresher courses. Training records are managed by on-site Lexmark personnel who confirm that employees maintain the level of training prescribed in their job descriptions.
Lexmark conducts its business in a manner that supports environmental justice. Lexmark’s environmental justice efforts are guided by the principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the Electronics Industry Code of Conduct (EICC). This commitment is reflected in our corporate environmental policy, which states:
Lexmark is committed to sustainable excellence in all our business activities, products and services. Through continual improvement in our environmental, health and safety programs, Lexmark is committed to:
Lexmark senior management is responsible for this policy and its scope, for communicating it and ensuring its implementation. Lexmark managers are responsible for integrating these commitments into their decision-making processes and operational practices with objectives to measure and improve performance. All employees are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with this policy.
Paul A. Rooke
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Lexmark International, Inc.
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