An Official Statement from the Representative Executive Officers

As a provider of automotive thermal and energy management solutions, Hanon Systems is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace, while protecting and conserving the environment. These values are present in how we conduct ourselves at work, and in the products and services we provide. It also demonstrates the company’s commitment to act as a responsible corporate citizen.


Management plays an important role by fostering a best-in-class environmental health and safety (EH&S) culture, and focusing efforts and the necessary resources to achieve EH&S excellence. The company encourages consultation and participation of workers to achieve this goal and, in parallel, employees are expected to embrace this culture in their daily actions.



A commitment to the environment applies to all businesses and operations surrounding any laws, regulations, customer requirements and other 

compliance concerning environmental issues. Excellence in environmental matters means improving the efficiency of energy use, reducing waste, 

preventing pollution, and protecting natural resources. We commit that Hanon Systems will continually strive to be an environmentally friendly company 

by complying with all environmental requirements, and will take action to preserve nature and while providing thoughtful consideration to the 

product lifecycle.


Health and Safety

A commitment to safety applies to any and all company initiatives. Excellence in health and safety matters is a company-wide responsibility. Employees at all levels, as well as any visitors to Hanon Systems sites, must follow safety rules and regulations, avoid unsafe acts and quickly address unsafe conditions at all times. It is critical that everyone support the elimination of hazards to reduce occupational health and safety risks, and to create a healthy and safe workplace with zero injuries.


Risk Management

Effective operational standards and work practices that are designed to prevent risk to the environment and human health adds significant shareholder value. It also results in reducing risks, liabilities and costs; protecting employees; and exceeding customer expectations. We commit, at a minimum, to meeting legal and other requirements concerning environmental, health and safety matters that are under the company’s control, and to participate constructively with governmental agencies by providing timely and accurate information to ensure regulatory compliance. We also commit that all operations will have an accurate and current risk management system to prevent any property loss or casualties.


Integrated Management System

Hanon Systems incorporates into its business an integrated management system (IMS) that is consistent with the international standards ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. The system identifies, evaluates and controls significant environmental aspects and safety risks. It is the foundation for continuous improvement in Hanon Systems facilities, products and services. This improvement is measured by objectives and targets that include:

     Providing a safe workplace for all employees with zero tolerance for unsafe acts or conditions

     Achieving excellence through systematic disciplined environment, health and safety processes in the areas of product design, development 

       and manufacturing

     Reducing, reusing and/or recycling wastes, water and packaging materials

     Reducing air emissions and greenhouse gas

     Improving the efficiency and conservation of energy and natural resources


This global environmental, health and safety statement helps ensure sustainable development and the long-term economic viability of Hanon Systems through risk reduction, efficiency improvements and customer preferences.


We personally commit to uphold these principles and expect our employees, contractors, suppliers and visitors to commit in an equal manner.


Min Sung

Representative Executive Officer and 

Chief Executive Officer


Nurdal Kücükkaya

Representative Executive Officer and


  • 2015-04-16