NAV CANADA today released its inaugural Corporate Social Responsibility Report. The report replaces the Collaborative Initiatives for Emissions Reductions (CIFER) report that NAV CANADA began issuing in 2009, and takes a broader view by focusing on actions taken in four areas: safety, environmental stewardship, economic impact and people.
“Our focus on safety and operational efficiency has not wavered,” said Neil Wilson, President & CEO. “ But our commitments to stakeholders go well beyond these two elements.
“Not only does NAV CANADA manage one of the safest air navigation systems in the world, we also look for ways to benefit people, communities and our planet. I thank our people for their achievements that make our 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility Report a source of pride for us all,” said Wilson.
Some of the information found in the Report for 2017 includes:
- Initiatives that have helped reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions by more than 1.5 million tonnes.
- Key safety benchmarks that have helped make NAV CANADA among the world’s safest air navigation service providers.
Programs focused on employees that have helped make NAV CANADA one of Canada’s Top Employers.