- Safety & Security
Spirit will, with due reference to SAS Group's overall sustainability policy, environmental goals and strategies and within the legislation, financial and qualitative objectives, minimize environmental impact by optimize the use of resources.
Spirit will continuously improve, so that it's surroundings, customers, suppliers and society in general, consider Spirit to be leading cargohandling company from an environmental point of view.
The SAS group - a good corporate citizen
The SAS group has joined the UN Global Compact, the initiative for good corporate citizenship led by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan.
In taking this step, the SAS group has committed itself, nationally and internationally, to practising and promoting sustainable corporate development and to firmly establishing basic social and ecological standards within our spheres of influence.
The goal of the UN initiative is to get globally active corporations, institutions and organizations to voluntarily agree on basic principles of human rights, labor rights and the environment.
These include abolishing forced labor and child labor, developing and encouraging the spread of environmentally friendly technologies as well as making a commitment to defend and protect international human rights.
By this decision, the SAS group confirms its position in the area of sustainable business practices.