Environmental Health and Safety
Fenwal is committed to excellence in environmental health and safety (EHS). Through its EHS programs the company strives to do better than required based on local environmental, health and safety laws and regulations, consistent with the company’s business purpose, principles and priorities.
Fenwal considers EHS requirements in business planning, decision-making, and before implementing major process changes or new products. The company seeks to create value through its EHS programs by preventing accidents, reducing waste and promoting healthy lifestyles.
Annual EHS Reports
The below reports provide information on Fenwal annual environmental, health and safety performance.
2010 EHS Report
2009 EHS Report
2008 EHS Report
EU Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance
Certain Fenwal’s products are subject to the EU WEEE directive. For information please Contact us.
RoHS – Reduction of Hazardous Substances
Fenwal products are under Category 8, Medical Devices. For more information, please Contact us.
The attached letter outlines the activities taken by Fenwal to comply with the REACH European Directive.
Business Continuity Planning
Blood collectors, clinicians and patients around the world rely on Fenwal for life-saving blood therapies. This is a responsibility we take seriously, and why we have always maintained contingency plans to address potential threats to our normal business operations. See the below presentation for an overview of our business continuity plans and processes.
Fenwal’s Responsibility Matrix
EPA Performance Track
The following Fenwal facilities participate in the EPA Performance Track program, a public-private partnership that encourages continuous environmental improvement through environmental management systems, community outreach, and measurable results:
- Maricao, Puerto Rico
- San German, Puerto Rico
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
A small number of Fenwal products require safety data sheets, all of which can be found here.