The aluminium industry strives to ensure an exemplary and inspiring presence in communities where it does business by investing in local and structuring projects not only for the economy, but for the progress and well-being of its employees, their families, and communities. Diversified mechanisms adapted to regional contexts are deployed to maintain good relations and open dialogue with employees and stakeholders.
Moreover, the industry gives back to regions where it operates by committing to multiple social and community causes.
Policies, codes of practice, and training are communicated and implemented by all primary aluminium producers in Canada to maintain the integrity of business practices.
Health and safety are a major concern in facilities to ensure the physical and mental integrity of everyone working there. AAC members have a common ambitious goal: to eliminate all work-related injuries, incidents, and illnesses.
Read the 2017 Sustainable Development Report