SAS aims to create responsible traffic growth, while reducing environmental impact. For SAS, sustainable development means a simultaneous focus on financial, environmental and social responsibility.
For more information about our Corporate Social Responsibility:
See our sustainability report
SAS will have an environmental program on par with leading industry competitors that attracts employees, customers, and investors and is perceived as positive by other stakeholders.
SAS will contribute to sustainable development by optimizing resource use, seeking the use of renewable energy and minimizing its environmental impact throughout its operations.
SAS’ environmental programs and activities are based on continuous improvement, with reference to SAS’ overall environmental goals. Each company and unit is responsible for setting specific targets and working to reach them.
The activities within SAS’ environmental programs will be coordinated and integrated with production, quality and financial activities and will comply with applicable legislation and other requirements. The overall goal for SAS’ sustainability programs is to create long-term value growth for its owners and contribute to the Group meeting its goals.
UN Global Compact
SAS/SAS Cargo is a member of the UN Global Compact since 2003, which is an initiative of good citizenship for companies founded by the former UN Secretary- General Kofi Annan and now run by Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon. The initiative has 10 principles in the areas; Human Rights, Labour Standards, Environment and Anti-Corruption.
Membership of UN Global Compact is free of charge, with a possibility of joining other sustainable projects.
UN Global Compact
Also see SAS Code of conduct
Other Corporate Social Responsibility related policies can be found on SAS Environmental page here.