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HSE Podcast

New work-related stress website
March 2009
In this episode: Dr. Sayeed Khan talks about worker employer relationships and occupational stress, and highlights the benefits of the new HSE Stress at work site. Judith Donovan reports on the successes of the recent HSE Agriculture campaign. Question to HSE Infoline: "How do I write a risk assessment?"

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Agriculture "make the promise" campaign[9]
Shattered Lives campaign[10]
Property developers campaign[11]

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Environment, Health & Safety


Motorola is a strong proponent and supporter of global environmental sustainability and recycling programs. In partnership with our carriers, customers, retailers and recyclers and on our own, we operate takeback programs across the globe.
Mobile phonesThe success of our mobile phone reuse and recycling program depends on consumer participation. We work to increase the number of people who recycle their mobile phones and accessories by:
Enclosing prepaid return envelopes in packaging boxes
Providing prepaid postage labels on our web site — available in Austria, Belgium, Estonia, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Encouraging recycling through charity take-back programs
Holding electronics collection events at our facilities for employees and local communities
Offering incentives periodically
Participating with governments and other companies in take-back events and promotions
Locating highly visible collection containers in our service centers
We accept any mobile phone or accessory — not just Motorola products.
Presently, countries where Motorola runs or participates in takeback schemes represent more than 90 percent of our global mobile phone unit sales — and we expect that number to continue to grow. For more details on recycling initiatives for Motorola mobile phones or other products around the world, please select a location: