Environment, Health and Safety Policy


It is the policy of Freescale to conduct all business activities in a responsible manner, free from recognized hazards, and to respect the environment, health and safety of our employees, customers, suppliers, partners and the community.

We will comply with all applicable environmental, health and safety legal requirements and with other requirements to which we subscribe, related to EHS aspects and risks. We will implement programs to achieve greater protection, where appropriate. We expect employees to report environmental, health and safety concerns, to continuously maintain a safe work environment, and to actively participate in helping Freescale to achieve our EHS goals.

We are committed to the prevention of pollution and will strive to conserve the earth's natural resources through the development of sustainable products and manufacturing processes. We are working to be an industry leader in reducing, reusing and recycling wastes.

We are committed to the implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement of our EHS Management Systems.

Gregg Lowe
President & CEO

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Key EHS Strategies to Support Our Policy


  • Employee Protection. Commit to the prevention of work-related injuries and illnesses, and to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace to support our employees' work-life balance.
  • Risk Minimization. Assess the environmental aspects and safety and health risks of our operations, activities and services, and incorporate practical procedures and controls necessary to prevent adverse impacts.
  • Environmental Stewardship. Support the reduction, reuse and recycling of waste materials, the elimination of emissions that adversely impact the environment, and the conservation of natural resources.
  • Continuous Improvement. Set and review relevant EHS goals and targets designed to ensure continuous improvement in EHS performance.
  • Sustainable Supply Chain. Partner with our suppliers and customers to protect the environment by designing environmentally conscious products.
  • Community Connection. Demonstrate global EHS leadership through participation in the formulation of EHS public policy, and applying our resources to improve the communities in which we live.

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