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Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Supplier Expectations

(for suppliers of components, materials, & finished goods only)

Carestream Health Inc., (“Carestream”) expects that its suppliers will conduct their business in compliance with their local environmental, health, and safety regulations. Products supplied to Carestream are to be in compliance with national and international regulations. Suppliers are encouraged to use life cycle thinking to minimize environmental, health, and safety impacts as they

  • select materials that are environmentally considerate and reusable/recyclable
  • manufacture products in a way that protects employees and eliminates waste
  • package products for shipment with recycled materials and that can be recycled or reused
  • consider use of their products by Carestream and our customers
  • identify product disposal options that enable maximum reuse or recycling

Carestream must be able to demonstrate environmental, health, and safety compliance of end-use products to our customers and to regulatory authorities. To do this, we must obtain data and declarations from our suppliers and expect that our suppliers are actively working with their suppliers to ensure compliance traceability throughout the supply chain. Accurate data is necessary in order to pay appropriate material collection and disposal fees. Carestream uses internationally recognized material declaration questionnaires and other survey methods in order to obtain this data.

The European Union EU RoHS Directive requires Carestream to obtain detailed compliance evidence for restricted materials from suppliers for Medical Equipment. To meet these regulatory requirements, Carestream requires our Suppliers to join BOMcheck- the centralized, open access substance declarations web database. BOMcheck is an industry-wide initiative using a regulatory compliance tool designed specifically to enable suppliers to provide declarations for REACH, RoHS and other restricted substances legislation. To join please visit www.BOMcheck.net. Further details are available at www.BOMcheck.net/suppliers

Links to specific EHS Specifications and Material Composition Declarations are provided below. Suppliers are expected to use this information and respond in a timely manner to purchasing requests.

BOMcheck Information

Equipment Component Declarations

Safety Traceability Specifications

Packaging Declarations

Suppliers are required to provide Carestream information regarding packaging weights and material types.

Battery Part Declarations

Suppliers are required to provide Carestream information regarding battery chemistry , numbers and weights. Send completed Battery Part Declaration to: EMEAEHS@carestream.com.

Articles and Chemical Products or their Components Specifications

For Suppliers of (US) Services

Suppliers that provide on-site services including but not limited to machine installation, plumbing repair, HVAC maintenance, electrical work, testing, construction/demolition, surveying, etc. are required to have a minimum level of insurance coverage (i.e. State Statutory Workers Compensation or equivalent insurance and $5M Commercial General Liability Insurance). Additional coverage will be dependent on services provided (e.g. auto insurance if driving on property, etc.).