Seven Seas Water Group upholds the highest standards of ethics, accountability, and transparency
Seven Seas Water Group is dedicated to protecting our team members and the environment where we work, live, and operate. Our employees received 4,294 hours of safety training in 2022 – an average of 21 hours per person each year. We regularly examine our operations to ensure we achieve our commitment to compliance with applicable laws and regulations. One of our objectives is to have no instances of material non-compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements. We also strive to be good corporate citizens and are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethics, accountability, and transparency in all interactions with our stakeholders. This ambition extends to all supplier relationships, outlined in our Supplier Code of Conduct (Spanish).
Our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics guides all Seven Seas employees and representatives in conducting business in an ethical manner, and addresses conflicts of interest, fair business dealings, government relations, anti-corruption, and other governance matters. During 2022, employees participated in training focused on strengthening their understanding of the principles of business conduct and ethics that are expected of them.
Our Cyber Security Policy defines our strategies for ensuring effective management of cybersecurity risks.
Everything we do revolves around our mission to provide safe, reliable, and cost-effective water and wastewater treatment solutions through our Water-as-a-Service® approach. Collectively, we understand the impact we make on the world, and each team member is valued for their contribution to this essential effort, transforming Earth’s most precious resource into valuable and reusable water.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Seven Seas Water Group (SSWG) is dedicated to building a diverse workforce that is reflective of the communities it serves. One of our objectives is to recruit individuals who enhance this diversity, and ultimately the effectiveness of the organization by primarily hiring local residents to operate and manage plants globally. As of year-end 2021, over 90% of the employees engaged in plant operations are locally hired from the region where the plants are located, and 67% of all company employees are non-white. SSWG uses a variety of recruiting and sourcing tools to ensure our job opportunities reach a broad audience, by using social media platforms, minority or women recruiting organizations, providing job postings to local island media sources, and fostering local community and university partnerships. Seven Seas Water Group also has an objective to promote a more diverse and inclusive organization by continuing to provide Diversity and Inclusion training to employees in December each year.
Seven Seas Water Group and its affiliates are dedicated to protecting our team members and the environment where we work, live, and operate. See what we’re doing to meet U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and achieve carbon net-zero status.
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