Business Sustainability. Sustainable Results.
Every day we ask ourselves how we can make a difference… for our customers and the global community.
To continually embrace greater responsibility for behavioral changes in our supply chain. We feel strongly that by incorporating new policies and practices – while expecting the same high standards from our suppliers – SDI can help secure a more sustainable future for generations to come.
Realizing our suppliers were often unaware of the impact of their operations on sustainability, we now review and measure our vendors’ ethical, environmental and community-related policies.
SDI ensures suppliers adhere to a measured, mandated ethics policy, which includes the following elements: harassment, nondiscrimination, working hours, forced labor, child labor, women’s rights, diversity and safety.
SDI ensures suppliers adhere to a measured, mandated ethics policy, which includes recycling water conservation, technology disposal, energy consumption and e-correspondence.
SDI documents and measures suppliers’ “giving back” policy, which includes outreach and charitable donations.
Quality and Sustainability Certifications
The success of our customers remains paramount, as does our commitment to the extended community. Minimizing our environmental impact, ensuring ethical behavior from our employees and suppliers, and encouraging—and participating in—community giving are all measured strategic imperatives for SDI. Our commitment to sustainability, corporate citizenship and quality is evident in our certifications: ISO 9001:2008, SOC Type 1 and SOC Type 2. Additionally, SDI recently achieved Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) compliance, and is certified by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Furthermore, SDI’s quality policy governs all of our initiatives, and our corporate-wide quality agenda pledges that our programs and outsourcing activities meet and exceed our customers’ service expectations.