Bringing substantial products to market is a responsibility in corporate citizenship. Force Manner takes this responsibility very seriously and is committed to the communities and customers it serves.
Force Manner consistently strives to achieve the highest standards in reducing its carbon footprint and waste in the its process through energy efficient technologies, recycling programs and the use of recycled materials.
Force Manner and its affiliates will not work with any partners that engage in human trafficking and/or slavery. Force Manner arranged 3rd party audits to ensure that our workers are voluntary and that there is no child, underage, forced, indentured or prison labor at our facilities.
Force Manner stands dedicated to meeting its environmental regulatory obligations through a corporate-wide initiative.
Working together with our Domestic and International suppliers, it is our goal to reduce the environmental footprint of our products and processes while ensuring that our high standards of product quality, reliability and safety remain steadfast.
Force Manner complies with the material restriction requirements adopted under the European Union Recast Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2). The hazardous materials that are restricted under the RoHS directive include four metals (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, cadmium) and two brominated flame-retardants (polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether).
As we develop new products, we work closely with our vendors to ensure that all materials are compliant with the RoHS directive. We are committed to improving the environmental design of the product and reducing environmentally harmful materials.