Triple Responsibility, by definition, is a program that prioritizes the protection of human life, the environment and natural resources at every stage of its activity and keeps this at the forefront. It was first introduced by the Canadian Chemical Manufacturers Association in 1984, and then spread to the world, and has now found application in more than 50 countries.

The Responsible Care Program is a voluntary application for the chemical industry. In our country, it is carried out under the coordination of the Turkish Chemical Manufacturers Association (TKSD). It is committed to implement the principles and requirements of the Tripartite Responsibility program, and the fulfillment, adequacy and continuity of the practices are audited by TKSD.

Tripartite Responsibility is a short, medium and long-term uninterrupted practice that requires continuous effort and development in line with technological and economic conditions. The Turkish Chemical Manufacturers Association continues to develop new methods and guidelines to ensure that the Basic Principles of Tripartite Responsibility can be applied more effectively in all departments of organizations and at all levels of activities, and is in constant communication with the chemical industry.

Deteks signed the Tripartite Responsibility Commitment on a voluntary basis, emphasizing the sensitivity of organizations operating in the chemical industry on environmental, human health and technical safety issues, on February 11, 1993, and became one of the leading organizations implementing this program in Turkey.

As required by the Responsibility Program, Deteks prioritizes environmental protection, human health and technical safety at every stage of feasibility, planning, project design, assembly, production activities, shipment, maintenance and other service activities before the establishment of a facility, and produces by keeping all these in the foreground.

Tripartite Responsibility Basic Principles

  • Employee Health and Safety
  • Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection
  • Distribution
  • Communication – Community Awareness – Emergencies
  • Process Safety
  • Product Responsibility