Cancer, heart disease and cerebral stroke are the most
common causes of death in industrialized countries.
Many of these deaths are largely attributable to poor
lifestyle choices such as overeating, tobacco use, excess
alcohol consumption, and lack of physical activity.
Omron Healthcare ’ s mission is to promote the
prevention of lifestyle diseases – and to help
create a society in which people enjoy healthy and comfortable
Omron Healthcare strives to develop products that provide
accurate health information to consumers and physicians
and that support positive lifestyle changes and health
improvement. By enabling people to accurately monitor
certain aspects of their day-to-day health at home,
Omron Healthcare is making it easier for people to work
with their medical professionals to prevent and measure
the progression of lifestyle diseases.
In keeping with this corporate philosophy, Omron Healthcare
also contributes to the sustainable development of society
by strongly considering the economic, environmental,
and social impact of its every action.
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT
In accordance with the Environmental Declaration
and Environmental Policy of our parent company,
Corporation, Omron Healthcare contributes to
the establishment of a sustainable, environmentally
conscious society by developing eco-friendly products,
disclosing information and proactively participating
in “ green ” activities and initiatives.
Omron is committed to stewardship of the earth for future
generations and considers sound environmental management
part of that commitment.
Omron Healthcare's Response to the EU RoHS*
As our customers and retailers begin their
own programs to adopt criteria similar to the European
Union ’ s Restriction of Hazardous Substances
(RoHS) initiative, Omron Healthcare is swiftly responding
to this global eco-trend by promoting “ green
procurement, ” so we eliminate these substances
from our products.
The following products of Omron Healthcare Singapore
are free of RoHS-listed chemicals: (the information
will be updated as necessary):
HEM-7080, HBF-306, M3, IW2, IW1, REM-2, REM-1, R5, R-A1, R7, IA1,
IA1B, IA2, SEM-2, SEM-1, MX3, M5, T5M, T9P, HEM-770,
TF-1, HEM-907, HV-F125, HV-F126, HV-F127, HV-F128, MC-510,
NE-S18, NE-U17, NE-U22
To see more information on Omron Healthcare groups products
in other countries, visit http://www.healthcare.omron.co.jp/english/environment/abolition.html
* The EU RoHS Directive & Efforts toward
Zero Use of Regulated Chemicals.
On July 1, 2006, the RoHS directive (the restriction
of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical
and electronic equipment) takes effect in EU, which
bans the placing on the EU market of new electrical
and electronic equipment containing more than agreed
levels of six chemicals: lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium
(Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr + 6), polybrominated biphenyl
(PBB), and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame