[Training] Supplier EHS Expectations Training (PDF)
The purpose of this training is to inform materials suppliers of Intelís EHS Requirements for procured materials used at Intel Please schedule this training with your Intel contact.
[Tool] Material Selection Guidelines6/18/2009
This guideline can be used to help suppliers select materials that may have the least regulatory impact
[Requirement/Tool] Supplier Regulatory Declaration Requirements for Chemical Substances
Intel, as a downstream user of chemicals, needs to ensure that each substance within every chemical product meets the regulatory requirements of the country of use. Each supplier is expected to fulfill all of the regulatory requirements as required by each country specific law.
The following duties are examples of these requirements and must be completed by the supplier/manufacturer and/or legal entity for each substance. In some instances you will be asked to provide documentation that these have been completed.
SDS Updates - Change to Existing, Already Approved Safety Data Sheets (SDSs): Please send updated SDSís to Intel_MSDS@intel.com with the attached SDS submission form
Chemical Container Label Updates
[Permit] Oregon Permit to Import Ethyl/Grain Alcohol
Questions or comments should be directed to Ben Ng at 971-214-1406.
Supply Chain EHS Policies, Specifications & Permits
[Policy] Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy
Intel’s Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy documents our recognition of the issue associated with conflict minerals and communicates our expectations for our suppliers in establishing a DRC conflict free supply chain. The supplier expectations identified in the policy apply to all Intel suppliers who use any of the metals (tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold) in their products or materials they supply to Intel. Intel suppliers should have a conflict minerals sourcing policy as well as exercise due diligence on their supply chains to support establishing DRC conflict free materials supplied to Intel. Intel’s Conflict Minerals Sourcing Policy is available as a template for our suppliers. Our Conflict Minerals White paper describes what Intel is doing to address the issue and can be found at Intel’s Conflict Minerals Program website.
Environmental Product Content Specification (18-1201)
Intel’s expectations for its suppliers as related to conflict minerals.
[Requirement/Tool] GHS White Paper Template
GHS (United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals)
Questions or comments should be directed to Dawn Granuke at 503-613-3156.
[Requirement/Tool] SDS Submission Form
SDS updates sent with chemical shipments are NOT updated in Intelís SDS management system. All suppliers should submit SDS updates with a completed submission form to the Intel MSDS email address below.
Questions or comments should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
[Specification] Environmental Product Content Specification 18-1201
) This specification identifies substances that should not be contained
in or are required to be reported on for materials, parts, components or
products supplied to Intel.
[Tool] SEIMS Supplier Enivronmental Health and Safety Intellectual Property Management System
This is a database tool that allows suppliers to securely upload detailed chemical information directly to Intel’s EHS personnel, as requested for facilities design, waste management, and engineering controls development. Please see this separate page if requested by Intel to begin using the SEIMS application.
Questions or comments should be directed to Bob Leet
at 503-613-8667 or Steve Brown at 503-613-9571.
[Training] RoHS Supplier Training
Questions or comments should be directed to email@example.com