Environmental, Health & Safety

Environmental Health & Safety

We are proud of our commitment to environmental health and safety in everything we do. Our commitment focuses on the use of life cycle thinking in product development and in manufacturing design to prevent incidents and conserve natural resources. Learn more in our Environmental, Health & Safety Policy.

Environmental, Health & Safety Policy

Carestream Health will conduct business in such a way as to preserve the environment and protect the health and safety of it's employees, neighbors and customers. Carestream will follow a set of “ē·co·pride” principles where
ē - represents the environmental and the employee health and safety considerations
co - represents the compliance and the cost expectations
pride - represents how Carestream will embrace, integrate and demonstrate its obligations.

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Carestream Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets for chemical products and Article Information Sheets, for items such as film and batteries.

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Conflict Minerals Declaration
Carestream continues to survey suppliers regarding their sourcing of certain “conflict minerals” (Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten, Gold) that are mined or refined (via smelter) from sources located in Central Africa whose revenue could fund activities leading to human rights or environmental abuses. The responsible sourcing of minerals is an expectation in the Carestream Supplier Code of Conduct. Carestream’s Conflict Minerals Report has been assembled using the common industry format and is provided below.

Carestream’s Conflict Minerals Report

REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals)

REACH is a regulation managed by the European Chemicals Agency (http://www.echa.europa.eu) to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals.

View/download REACH Article 33 Declarations


Supplier Expectations

Products supplied to Carestream Health 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.