Our Policies and Certifications

Medical  (ISO 13485 certificate) We are very proud and excited to announce that we are now ISO 13485 certified in plastic injection molding, CNC machining and value added secondary operations for medical components. While this clearly focuses on medical products, it will positively impact all of our customers by expanding our commitment to company-wide improvement and quality.

Environmental Policy: (ISO 14001: 2004 certificate) HARBEC will endeavor to be a sustainable manufacturing companyHARBEC will endeavor to be a sustainable manufacturing company that uses eco-economic decisions and policies to insure that it meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. We will actively seek opportunities and comply with regulations that positively impact our effect on the environment, while improving our business performance.

Environmental Objectives:

  • 70% Diversion From Landfill
  • 100% Regulatory Compliance
  • Continuous Improvement

Quality Policy: (ISO 9001:2008 certificate

W –

WE WILL STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ALL WE DO in order to provide the highest quality products and services that meet our customers’ expectations and comply with requirements.

A –

All employees have the responsibility to implement, maintain and continually improve  the company’s quality management system and it’s effectiveness.

Y –

Yearly review of our Quality Management System and other technologies all us to continually seek opportunities for improvement.

Energy Policy (ISO 50001 certificateSEP- platinum certificate)

 I –   Individual effort along with
 
C–   Corporate commitment, compliance,
       and communication
A –   Always aspiring to
R–   Raise
Environmental Objectives
  • 25% reduction in energy intensity by 2020 (from 2009 baseline)
  • Continuous Improvement
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    HARBEC, Inc. Conflict Minerals Policy

      HARBEC, Inc. (hereafter known as Harbec) realizes the importance of mining tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold with methods that do not include violence and human rights violations.  In August of 2012, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission promulgated regulations implementing §1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection the Conflict Minerals Act (“Conflict Minerals Act”).  This pertains to mining the above listed minerals from the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries. At this point, we do not knowingly procure any products from suppliers that include identified “conflict minerals” that originate from the “Conflict Region”.  While not directly subject to the jurisdiction of this Act as a distributor and privately held corporation, HARBEC supports the aims and objectives of the Act on the supply of “conflict minerals” by working with our customers to assist in their compliance efforts.  Due to the fact that we do not directly purchase the materials we must rely on our suppliers to provide us with evidence of their DRC- Conflict Free Status compliance before we can demonstrate our compliance.  We are actively working toward compliance to these regulations by obtaining the necessary information from our suppliers.  Our company will do due diligence to ensure our suppliers’ commit to their compliance with the above stated requirements either through demonstrating the product they manufacture or procure to the best of their knowledge does not contain “conflict minerals” and/or if the product does contain “conflict minerals” it was sourced only from mines and smelters outside the “Conflict Region” Please be assured that HARBEC will continue to work to comply with all applicable SEC regulations regarding “conflict minerals.”