Partnerships, like the one we have with Operation Smile, allows us to advance healthcare through medical education initiatives as well as medical missions that directly serve those in need. With our partners we alleviate suffering, restore function and bring hope to some of the most under resourced people in the world.
Stryker gives back around the world, donating our time, our funds and the products we make to support people in need and the communities in which we live and work with resources to improve lives. We determine philanthropic support based on professional and community needs — from humanitarian aid to healthcare access and other charitable assistance. Our giving and volunteering strategy aims to advance healthcare, support education and support vital communities.
Employees along with Chairman and CEO, Kevin Lobo landscaped and cleaned the interior of a local shelter. They also provided toys for the play area and new computers to replace the lone, ailing unit used for homework and job searches.
In partnership with the Red Cross employees engaged local businesses to solicit donations.
Employees came together to organize an ice skating event for special needs children. The children were able to enjoy three hours of ice skating coaching, games and lunch.
Employees hosted 180 students and their teachers at the Arroyo Convention Center as part of Regalo de Amor. At the convention center, students and teachers were served snacks while enjoying musical and karaoke performances, and clown and magic shows.
Climate change is real. As a healthcare company, we cannot ignore the intricate connection between the health of our planet and human health. We are committed to examining our carbon emissions and setting reduction goals. Currently, we are evaluating the risks and opportunities we face.
Concurrently, we have been making strides to improve our carbon footprint. We have recently executed a renewable energy power purchase agreement to supply all our electricity needs in Ireland in addition to continued use of renewable energy for our sites in Germany. Across our manufacturing locations, approximately 15% of our electricity use is generated by renewable sources.
Our efforts also have included identifying and implementing energy reduction opportunities, including Building Management System enhancements, LED lighting, equipment upgrades and conducting energy audits to identify areas of energy conservation opportunities. An improved performance score from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), a B rating, reflects the success of our efforts to date.
“At Stryker, we stand for a work environment that does not tolerate discrimination, injustice or acts of violence. We strive to foster a culture where all employees feel safe, included and engaged. Our mission and values unite employees around a diverse and inclusive culture that focuses on doing what’s right and making healthcare better.”
– Kevin Lobo
At Stryker, an essential part of our culture has always been respecting each individual’s strengths and value. Building on this foundation, we continue to create an inclusive, engaging work environment and prioritize diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in keeping with our values of integrity and people.
Our diversity strategy calls on us to encourage, value and leverage differences to build an inclusive and engaging work environment, and we continue to integrate this strategy across our efforts to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce.
Stryker Corporation and its affiliated companies ("Stryker") support of responsible sourcing.
Stryker’s ongoing effort to eliminate the use of Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold (“3TG”) from sources that may finance armed conflict and promote human rights abuses in The Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries including: Angola; Burundi; Central African Republic; The Republic of the Congo; Rwanda; South Sudan; Tanzania; Uganda; and Zambia (“Conflict Region”).
Stryker supports responsible sourcing from the Conflict Region and expects its suppliers to procure material containing 3TG from socially responsible sources. The goal is to eliminate funding to human rights abusers while continuing to support socially responsible commerce in the Conflict Region.
In support of this Policy, Stryker will among other things:
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Our SEC Form SD and Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Report can be accessed through the Investor Relations section of our website.
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