At Stanley Black & Decker we're working towards being ECOSMART™. This means that we are committed to improving the sustainability of our operations, our products, our communities, our suppliers and our customers. Moreover, it means that we are vigilant about our sustainability initiatives, and place a priority on maintaining an open dialogue with all of our stakeholders.
RECOGNITION FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Since 2010, Stanley Black & Decker has been listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability North American Index in the IEQ Machinery and Electrical Equipment category - an index that tracks the performance of the top 20% of companies, in terms of sustainability, within that category. We also achieved the highest attainable score on both the 'Climate Disclosure Leadership Index' and the 'Climate Performance Leadership Index' of the 'Carbon Disclosure Project'. 'The Carbon Disclosure Project' (CDP) works with shareholders and corporations to disclose the greenhouse gas emissions of major corporations.
ECOSMART™ IS HELPING US CREATE A PARADIGM SHIFT IN HOW WE ATTRACT, DEVELOP AND RETAIN TALENT. WE ARE INCREASING OUR ALREADY WORLD-CLASS EFFORTS TO INSTILL ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY ACCOUNTABILITY IN OUR MOST-VALUED ASSET-OUR PEOPLE. WE ARE VIGILANT THAT THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF HUMAN RIGHTS ARE RESPECTED AND PROMOTED THORUGHOUT THE WHOLE SUPPLY CHAIN OF OUR PRODUCTS.
PUTTING COMMUNITY AT THE CENTER OF OUR CULTURE
+ 19 %
We increased our financial givin by 19% in 2015
+ 30 %
TOTAL EMPLOYEE IMPACT
Our employees contributed 30% more to charities around the world in 2015 than in the previous year, and nearly doubled their financial support from six year ago
$ 6 M
FOR HOUSING AND REBUILDING
Assisted 200.000 volunteer with more than $6 milion in borrowed tools value
Completed home builds for more than 50 families in partnership with numerous charities, including rehabilitating houses to make them more accommodating for returning injured veterans
Provided STEM (Science , Technology , Engineering and Math) and Vocational programming to more than 300.000 students were provided support to participate in STEM and innovation competitions