Maximizing economic impact for Saskatchewan has been an important part of SRC’s mandate since 1947, and our journey over the years has extended this priority even further. By measuring our triple bottom line – the economic, environmental and social impacts we make – SRC is dedicated to strengthening the province through sustainable practices.
Our eighth corporate social responsibility (CSR) report, entitled Journey, emphasizes the importance of looking back on milestones to plan for a sustainable future. Integrating CSR into our organizational culture has been at the core of this by promoting workplace safety, encouraging volunteerism among our employees and conducting business with environmental and social impacts in mind.
Highlights from this year’s report include:
- A total economic impact in of $772 million in Saskatchewan and a 37-times return on provincial investment — a record-breaking year for SRC!
- SRC employees were involved in over 7,400 hours of safety and skills training.
- A total of 4.63 tonnes of surplus equipment and supplies were recycled and sold.
- Participants in SRC’s Employee Volunteer Program volunteered a total of 264.25 hours.
- No lost-time injuries for the third year in a row.