About Delta Commitment and Organization
Commitment and Organization
Commitment and Organization
Founded in 1971, Delta has been devoted to the mission statement "To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow". With the Delta brand promise "Smarter. Greener. Together" the company expresses its commitment to promoting economic, environmental and social sustainable development in its various aspects of operation. These include providing energy-saving products and green solutions, improving corporate governance, taking stakeholders equivalent benefits into account, protecting the environment, focusing on energy saving, providing environmental education, and more.
As a world-class corporate citizen, Delta not only supports international labor and human rights standards including the RBA Code of Conduct (formerly known as the EICC Code of Conduct), Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Labor Office Tripartite Declaration of Principles and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, but also maintains an emphasis on corporate governance. By means of continuous innovation, the development of high value-added products, and the creation of an empowering working environment for employees to fully realize their potential, Delta spares no effort in creating benefits for our employees, our shareholders, and society as a whole.
Delta's Board of Directors has clearly defined four major principles through "the Delta Corporate Social Responsibility Best Practice Principles" to concretely implement corporate social responsibility: Implement corporate governance, develop a sustainable environment, safeguard public welfare, and enhance the disclosure of corporate social responsibility information.
The top CSR organization within Delta is the CSR Board. Mr. Bruce Cheng, founder and honorary chairman of Delta, serves as honorary chairman of the committee, while Chairman Yancey Hai acts as the chairman. The committee is composed of the following members: vice chairman, CEO, COO, top executives from different locations and functional management. It is the responsibility of the board to define Delta's CSR strategies, review the policies set by the functional committees and supervise overall execution. The annual CSR achievements are reported to the Board in the following year.
The CSR Office serves as the ssecretary for analyzing international trends in sustainable development and understanding stakeholder expectations to identify the risks and opportunities for Delta on relevant issues and climate change, they may impact business operations and carry out mitigation and adaptation. The CSR report is formulated and submitted to the CSR Board for review before it is released annually.
The other advisory organization is the Delta Foundation. The foundation focuses specifically on the three areas of: energy sources and climate change,green buildings, and talent cultivation. To effectively implement the three areas of corporate governance, environmental protection, and employee and social participation,the CSR organization is made up of heads from the business groups/ units, region/site directors, and the relevant department directors. The committees have the responsibility to formulate policy, define indicators, develop tools/processes and report on implementation performance. The three committees set up 9 project working groups to promote the integration and implementation of related cross-department efforts.
Support of International Corporate Initiatives
In addition to committing to the three goals of the CDP's "We Mean Business" campaign, we have taken the issues raised by stakeholders that echo the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) , as references to determine Delta's main priorities in sustainable development methods. Delta advocates the anti-corruption initiative launched by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2004 and the formulation of “Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles” based on laws and regulations to establish a business model which is characterized by an ethical business culture and positive commercial operations.
Delta advocates the anti-corruption initiative launched by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2004 and the formulation of the"Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles" based on laws and regulations to establish a business model which is characterized by an ethical business culture and positive commercial operations. It is clearly stated in the code that board members, managers, and employees are not allowed to directly or indirectly provide, promise, request, or accept any form of improper benefit or engage in other forms of unethical behavior that are illegal or that violate integrity or fiduciary obligations in the course of commercial operations to gain or maintain benefits.
Every year, Delta regular checkups and actively checks on the manufacturing processes in Taiwan and China. By implementing mechanisms such as point system control, Delta aims to prevent any violations. Every Delta employee is personally responsible for the maintenance of the company's reputation according to the highest moral standards.
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