Social Responsibility

“Our commitment is that every customer and community that United Safety interacts with is affected in a long term, positive manner by our presence.”

At United Safety, we believe that we are privileged to operate in countries around the world. We feel it is our responsibility to give back to the communities that support us with local personnel and resources.

Nationalization, which provides meaningful and rewarding education, skills development, and employment for the local community has its limits in effecting change for those in need outside of United Safety employees and their families.

In order to extend our positive reach into the local communities, United Safety actively participates in charitable activities and organizations in all of our locations. This can be through our customer’s initiatives, our partner initiatives or activities sponsored by United Safety companies.

The United Safety Canada Day parade float

The United Safety Canada Day parade float

The Airdrie office participates in the two Airdrie parades, the Canada Day parade and the Santa Parade, in an effort to raise community awareness on safety. Read More

United Safety volunteers stocking all the food donations at the Holiday Train event in 2012

United Safety volunteers stocking all the food donations at the Holiday Train event in 2012

In 2012, the Holiday Train came through Airdrie (on a very, very cold day!). This is a program run by Canadian Pacific Railways in conjunction with food banks across the country. Read More

Shayne McCallum and Daryl Helmer at the Airdrie Food Bank donation presentation ceremony.

In our head office in Airdrie, we fund a number of programs and the local food bank is top of our list. Read More

Students in the Malembo Orphanage

Students in the Malembo Orphanage

On April 2, 2002 we visited the Malembo Orphanage in Cabinda to build a bridge between our institutions. For us, the goal was to find motivated and knowledgeable young men and women ready to join our ranks. Read More

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