At Skyworks, we are minimizing our environmental impact and cultivating a safe and productive workplace wherever we operate. We foster accountability throughout all levels of the organization utilizing a proven management structure that undergoes frequent and rigorous internal and third-party audits. We also prioritize responsibility, integrity and legal compliance with partners throughout our global supply chain. As a member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA®), we work closely with our customers, suppliers and competitors to ensure the sustainability of our industry.
- Skyworks is committed to operating under Sustainable Business Practices
Skyworks ensures all of our products adhere to strict international regulatory and industry requirements regarding hazardous materials content including Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and IEC 624741, among others. By increasing packaging density amidst growing complexities, our highly-integrated solutions have also enabled decreased materials consumption and helped improve the environmental impact of the end-products in which they operate. You can look up a product's green / pb-free status and download the Certificate of Conformance.
Responsible Business Alliance
Skyworks is a dedicated member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA®), a non-profit coalition of electronics companies committed to supporting the rights and well-being of workers and communities affected by the global electronics supply chain worldwide. RBA® members commit and are held accountable to a common Code of Conduct and utilize a range of training and assessment tools to support continuous improvement in the social, environmental and ethical responsibility of their supply chains. Skyworks has been an active member of the RBA® since 2011.
Skyworks is committed to operating under Sustainable Business Practices that meet today’s needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own. Our robust sustainability policy is shared across all our locations in local languages and all employees are provided with policy badges to serve as a consistent reminder. We employ a management system approach to:
- Comply with applicable laws, regulations and requirements
- Prevent pollution, conserve resources and minimize waste
- Cultivate safe, healthy and productive work environments
- Operate with integrity, honesty and accountability
- Foster continuous improvement
- Promote sustainability throughout our supply chain
SKYWORKS IN THE COMMUNITY
SINGAPORE SUPPORTS RUN RACE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY
Employees from Skyworks' Singapore location joined the National Geographic fundraising run to promote renewable energy consumption as a way to reduce waste and decrease carbon footprint.
5K CANCER WALK AND RUN EVENT
Skyworks sponsored a 5K Cancer Walk and Run fundraiser for the Lahey Health Institute, a non-profit organization in the greater Boston area that provides integrated health services for cancer patients. More than 1,300 people participated, raising over $327,000 for cancer care. Now in its 12th year, the event has raised a total of $2.4 million to fund vital programs dedicated to cancer treatment, clinical research, and improving the care and experience of patients.
MEXICALI 4th ANNUAL RUN AND BIKE RIDE EVENT
Skyworks' Mexicali facility hosted its 4th annual run and bike event to promote health and wellness among employees and their families. The event embodies the "Vive Bien" (or "Live Healthy") theme, which in addition to the races, consisted of exhibits with information about fitness and nutrition, staying healthy and bicycle safety. Approximately 500 employees plus their family members participated in the 2K and 5K run, as well as 2K bike ride. Trophies and prizes were awarded to the top three finishers in each category and a commemorative ribbon was given to every finisher.
NEWBURY PARK SUPPORTS COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY
As part of their various charity efforts, employees in Newbury Park, CA collected items to support the "For The Troops" organization, which provides members of the American military with "We Care" packages containing basic necessities. In addition, employees donated food items to the Manna Conejo Valley Food Bank, which serves an average of more than 1,400 people in need every month.
Documents and Reports
- Sustainability Report
Skyworks publishes regular Sustainability Reports highlighting our commitment to transparency and continuous improvement. The comprehensive reports provide important information regarding the status of Skyworks' programs and performance in Environment, Health and Safety, Ethics, Labor, and Management Systems, as well as key metrics demonstrating our use of natural resources, waste reduction, injury and illness rates and much more.
- View and Download Sustainability Report
- Responsible Mineral Sourcing
Skyworks responsibly sources minerals. We have established programs aligned with the internationally recognized OECD due diligence framework to regularly evaluate our supply chain and require our suppliers to do the same. Suppliers are prohibited from providing Skyworks with materials known to be derived from the DRC or adjoining countries that have not been confirmed as “DRC Conflict-Free” via a recognized and credible third-Party process such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative’s Responsible Minerals Assurance Process (RMAP).
- Supply Chain
Skyworks partners with suppliers around the world to enable the manufacture of high quality, low cost products to meet our customers’ needs. In establishing these supply partnerships, Skyworks both encourages and requires its suppliers to conform to established sustainability standards. The Responsible Business Alliance (RBA®) Code of Conduct is the foundation of these requirements contained within the Supplier Sustainability Specification, which we make available to all suppliers and the general public.
- Supplier Sustainability Specifications
- Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention
- Skyworks has taken steps to to ensure that slavery and human trafficking does not take place in any part of our business or in our supply chain through verification, audits, supplier certification, accountability, and training.
- Transparency in Supply Chains Act Compliance