With 12,000 teammates across Canada and the United States, we are committed to engaging and developing our teammates so they are successful in a safe and healthy workplace. This is not just a statement; this is part of our promise, our corporate culture and a key pillar of our corporate responsibility. Below are just some of the ways that we are showing our commitment to putting people first.
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Health and Safety
- Purolator is committed to the safety and well-being of each of our employees, and to continual improvement in health and safety matters in all business activities.
- We have established corporate policies to ensure the well-being of our employees which includes a Health and Safety policy.
- Each Purolator location has an established Workplace Health and Safety Committee, as required by the Canada Labour code.
- We proudly support North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week each year.
Development and Engagement
- In our most recent employee survey, we achieved exceptional participation; and we committed to not only listen to employee feedback and review action plans, but also ensured these plans are executed to their fullest potential.
- Employee-led social committees across the country host a variety of activities for teammates to celebrate their accomplishments and give back to their communities.
- We are an employer in Human Resources and Skills Development Canada’s Legislated Employment Equity Program (LEEP).
- We obtained higher than industry results in the representation of Aboriginal Peoples in the 2011 employment equity status report issued by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
- We voluntarily entered into a Memorandum of Understanding in 2007 with the Canadian Human Rights Commission – a progressive action aimed at preventing workplace harassment and discrimination.