Social responsibility

We actively promote the physical, mental and social well-being of our employees to maintain a safe and healthy workplace with equal opportunities. We have a program to promote safety and health, which covers the development of working conditions and work environment factors.

Safety at work is an important part of our business, and we invest continuously in its development. We also encourage our employees to keep their eyes open for safety risks and to report on them. Our goal is an accident-free working community.

We take care of our employees’ welfare and the availability of resources by investing in occupational healthcare services and supporting sports activities and clubs. We believe that a healthy and enthusiastic employee achieves the best results and experiences our common goals as meaningful.

We pay particular attention to the development of expertise, professional skills and occupational fitness, at the level of both individuals and the working community. The expertise and high motivation of personnel are key factors in implementing our strategy. We promote open communication at all organizational levels. We encourage our personnel to interact and share new ideas with each other.

Employees’ job satisfaction and organizational atmosphere are monitored with regular personnel surveys. In addition, annual development discussions with supervisors help to identify development needs and to plan necessary actions. Based on the results, various work environment and job satisfaction programs have been started. Our target is to create a flexible, effective and balanced working community.

Conflict minerals policy

Aspocomp is committed to ensuring that the minerals it uses come from legitimate, ethical sources, and that they are not associated with crime, armed conflict or human rights abuses. Aspocomp requires its employees and business partners to comply with this policy.

Conflict minerals are:

  • columbite-tantaline (coltan), tin, gold, tungsten, and their derivatives; or
  • any other mineral or its derivatives determined by the US Secretary of State as financing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo or an adjoining country

These “conflict minerals” include gold, tin and tungsten, which are necessary to the functionality or production of printed circuit boards.