Atlas Copco: Empowering Our Communities

Atlas Copco: Empowering Our Communities

Our size and global reach give us a large platform to do good. We take that responsibility seriously and always act in the best interests of our local communities and the local economy.

Human rights
Human rights are integrated into our goals and are driven throughout our organization by the Atlas Copco Business Code of Practice. We respect all internationally recognized human rights, including freedom of association and collective bargaining and a zero tolerance of forced and child labor and a safe and healthy working environment. 

Community engagement and charity
Voluntary donations made through our employee-led initiative Water for All (and matched by Atlas Copco) have so far resulted in clean drinking water for more than 1.5 million people. Our Community Engagement and Charity Policy also encourages our subsidiaries to provide material and financial support in the event of natural and humanitarian disasters.

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Atlas Copco's Community Engagement Project, Water for All, Turns 32!
Water for All is the Atlas Copco Group’s main community engagement project, both initiated and run on the local level by Atlas Copco employees The mission is to provide people in need with long-term access to clean drinking water. Want to join us? The more we are, the more we can achieve. Water for All was founded in Sweden by Atlas Copco employees on August 22, 1984. Through voluntary...
Aug 29, 2016 1:05 PM ET
Atlas Copco Employee Charity Organization "Water for All" Helps Provide Clean Water to Flint, MI
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems donated $10,000 to United Way of Genesee County to support the Flint, Michigan, water crisis. The funds came from Atlas Copco’s own charity organization, Water for All, to which employees contribute. United Way of Genesee County accepted the donation at a special town hall meeting attended by all employees of the Auburn Hills Atlas Copco Tools and...
Jul 27, 2016 8:20 AM ET
Reconstruction After a Tsunami
The worst earthquake in Japanese history hit the country on March 11, 2011. The tsunami that followed devastated Eastern Japan, and many lives were lost. Tens of thousands of people had to leave their homes to escape the nuclear meltdown of Fukushima. Today, just five years on, the region is making a remarkable recovery.  A new townThe town of Rikuzentakata is one...
Apr 20, 2016 8:05 AM ET
Atlas Copco India Supports Local Community with Clean Water
Atlas Copco India has signed a memorandum of understanding with Dr Prakash Amte for the repair of the existing, and constructing a new water supply and pipeline system at Hemalkasa, Maharashtra. This memorandum of understanding means Atlas Copco India is making a contribution to help improve lives where it’s most needed, via the Atlas Copco Charitable Foundation. Follow Atlas Copco on ...
Mar 22, 2016 8:25 AM ET
Atlas Copco Comptec Participates in Wear Blue Day for Colon Cancer Awareness
The Colon Cancer Alliance first launched the National Dress in Blue Day program in 2009 to bring national attention to colon cancer and to celebrate the courage of those affected by this disease. Today, individuals,...
Mar 11, 2016 1:55 PM ET

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