UPDATE: Civeo's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We care about our communities

Throughout North America, Civeo and its employees support community and local groups, focusing on food programs, low -income housing initiatives and youth programs. Engaging in community activities, partnering with our stakeholders, offering hometown employment, using local suppliers and providing opportunities for employee volunteering are just a part of our ongoing community commitment. Our vision is to build meaningful relationships, giving back to those who work with us and around us to build a promising future.

Employee Giving Fund

Our Employee Giving Fund supports charitable causes in communities where we live and work. Supported entirely by donations contributed by our employees in North America, the Fund enables pooling of donations for the greatest impact on the lives of those less fortunate. Organizations that benefit from the Fund are determined quarterly by the Community Investment Committee and the input of employees, and the number is dependent on resources accumulated.

Aboriginal Relations

A Commitment to Canada’s Indigenous People

Civeo recognizes the desire of Indigenous people for sustainable economic development to maintain their social, cultural and spiritual identities, and to maintain jurisdiction over their traditional lands.

Because of this, Civeo is guided by a process for meaningful dialogue and consultation, in the spirit of consent, to achieve sustainable partnerships with Indigenous Governments or their delegates for business activities.

Through this commitment, Civeo will adhere to the highest standards of ethical business practices and open and transparent operations with the goal of unlocking meaningful opportunities for both Civeo and Indigenous people.

A number of fundamental principles underpin Civeo’s commitment to Indigenous people:

1. Civeo believes in the inherent rights of all Indigenous people to remain distinct and to practice their beliefs.

2. Civeo will purposefully inform and educate employees, customers, shareholders, suppliers, and community stakeholders, and, through our business practices, support those rights.

3. Civeo acknowledges the reliance our business has on the consent of, and partnership with Indigenous people.

4. Civeo is committed to the principles of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business’ (CCAB) Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program and to:

    • Maintain 15% of its Canadian workforce from Indigenous communities
    • Develop and maintain meaningful business partnerships where revenues and profits are shared
    • Create opportunities, expand capacity, and build partnerships with Indigenous -owned businesses
    • Make sustainable and meaningful contributions to communities and programs to support education and scholarship opportunities for the next generation of Indigenous leaders