Social Responsibility

Caring for people is what we do.

Providing a safe work environment, developing a talented and diverse workforce, and seeking meaningful engagement in our communities are just some of the policy commitments that guide our daily interactions with the people we serve.

Health & Safety

A Culture of Prevention & Preparedness

At every level of our organization, you will find people committed to Civeo’s Making Zero Count culture of prevention and preparedness. The mandate established by our Board of Directors, the leadership provided by our senior management team, and the care provided by our frontline hospitality workers all contribute to our shared commitment to protecting the health and wellbeing of our people, our guests, and our neighbouring communities.

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Indigenous Relations & Partnerships

Engagement for Mutual Benefit

As many of Civeo’s projects in Canada and Australia operate in traditional territories, we work closely with Indigenous communities to explore mutually beneficial investment, employment, and business opportunities. Having the ability to share a unique cultural perspective helps us to align our vision, policies, and programs with the aspirations of our partner communities.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Civeo recognizes the importance of a diverse workforce represented by people from different backgrounds, experiences, and ways of looking at the world. At every level of the organization, our management team has the full support of our board of directors to advance diversity and inclusion initiatives across the business.

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Community Engagement

Throughout our regional markets, Civeo provides support for community-based social programs and local economic development initiatives. We do this by engaging with local council, businesses, not-for-profits, and residents, listening to their needs so that we can contribute in meaningful ways.

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Supply Chain Transparency and Compliance

As of January 1, 2024, The Government of Canada has enacted the Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act, which includes reporting obligations for certain entities and government institutions.

Civeo is committed to contributing to industry awareness and transparency within its supply chain activities. In compliance with the Act, Civeo has drafted its 2023 Report on the Prevention of Forced Labour and Child Labour.

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