Air Canada has released its 2013 corporate sustainability report, detailing the airline’s performance last year in the areas of safety, the environment, the well-being of employees, and the company's community involvement.
The report, released Monday, is framed around the findings of an extensive stakeholder survey undertaken to identify areas of most concern with respect to sustainability. It also contains a discussion of governance practices at Air Canada and tables of data quantifying the results of the company’s sustainability activities.
Highlights of 2013 include:
- completion of the Transport Canada Safety Management System Audit;
- continued support for the development of alternative, more environmentally-friendly fuels;
- a 21 per cent reduction in Lost Time Injuries;
- a total of approximately $6.5 million in community investments including contributions from the Air Canada Foundation to a range of charitable causes in the form of in-kind donations and cash.
The full report is available at www.aircanada.com/csr.