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.

Click here to learn more.

Content from this campaign

2016 Yılı Atlas Copco Mentor-Mentee Eşleşmeleri Sonuçlandı
Haberi ingilizce görüntüle
Feb 18, 2016 10:45 AM ET
Atlas Copco Turkey Announces 2016 Mentorship Program
View in Turkish
Feb 18, 2016 10:45 AM ET
Atlas Copco Aids in Stopping Hunger on World Food Day
The math doesn’t quite add up. There’s enough food produced each year to feed every person on the planet, yet one out of nine people continue to live with chronic hunger. That’s why Atlas Copco Compressor employees played an active role in helping make those numbers match by participating in World Food Day on October 16. Backed by the resources at Stop Hunger Now, an international...
Jan 18, 2016 9:15 AM ET
Historic Renovation Meets Higher Education
In September 1989, Hurricane Hugo slammed head-on into Charleston, S.C. as a Category 4 storm, killing dozens of people and causing billions of dollars in property damage. It was, at the time, the most damaging hurricane ever recorded. It also proved to be a generational storm, the kind that continues to make appearances in newspapers throughout the southeastern United States with each passing...
Jan 14, 2016 8:15 AM ET
Supporting Local Disaster Relief Efforts in Garland, Texas
The holiday season is typically a time to remember good fortune, an opportunity to take stock of blessings and a time spent gathering with loved ones. That’s why, when the temperature in Garland, Texas, neared 75 degrees Christmas day, all seemed well. But as forecasts called for temperatures to drop by as much as 30 degrees by the following day, meteorologists warned and residents knew that...
Jan 12, 2016 9:15 AM ET

Pages