Aibel publishes its first CR report

As a part of the annual report for 2017, Aibel has published its first report on activities related to sustainability and corporate responsibility.

In May, Aibel and client Equinor organised an open day for the public at Aibel's yard in Haugesund. Photo: Øyvind Sætre/Aibel.

For several years, Aibel has been committed to its work with ethics, labour standards, human rights and health, environment and safety. Therefore, these themes are incorporated as a natural part of the company’s guidelines, procedures and processes. Last year, Aibel adopted UN’s Global Compact and the ten principles for responsible business conduct. Now the company has taken another step forward by for the first time to sum up its initiatives in a report on sustainability and corporate responsibility. The report is in line with the internationally recognized Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard.

“This is an obvious development in Aibel’s continuous improvement effort and committed focus on sustainability. Through systematic reporting as well as illustrating and communicating our important efforts within corporate responsibility, I’m convinced that we lay a solid foundation for new opportunities and continuous improvement,” says President and CEO in Aibel, Mads Andersen.

Mads Andersen
President & CEO in Aibel, Mads Andersen. Photo: Elisabeth Tønnessen/Aibel.

At the same time, Aibel experiences that different aspects of sustainability and corporate responsibility are important for the company’s clients when entering into tender and qualification processes. Therefore, Aibel’s work with corporate responsibility and systematic reporting will be valuable contributions in order to win new contracts.

In the link below, you’ll find more information about Aibel’s commitment to corporate responsibility. You will also be able to download Aibel’s first report on sustainability and corporate responsibility.

See our corporate responsibility