Leading integrated subsea and offshore solutions provider, Unique Group has published its 2021 ESG report, a comprehensive document detailing the company’s social, economic and environmental impact on the planet and its commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). In line with the Triple Bottom Line approach, the company has shown significant progress and improvement in its Health and Safety, Social Empowerment and Sustainability pillars. The report also covers its response to COVID-19 and the various policies and frameworks launched in 2021.
Few notable highlights reported for the past year include:
- Clocked over 1 million manhours and recorded a 16.3% reduction in the Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR).
- 31 Mental Health First Aiders were trained across all global locations to provide counselling and mental health guidance to employees.
- Implemented sustainable initiatives including eliminating single-use plastic within the workplace and adding electric vans to our fleet.
- Our autonomous solutions Uni-Pact and Uni-Cat contributed to reducing the environmental impact of survey operations worldwide.
- Supported community outreach programs focused on education, health and women empowerment.
Harry Gandhi, Chairman at Unique Group said: “We are excited to see the sustainability journey of Unique Group taking shape. ESG is at the core of our strategy, and we will continue to take strides toward fulfilling our commitment to the UNSDGs. Our efforts individually and at an organizational level contribute to the bigger change we are working towards.”
Showcasing its sustainability vision and strategy, Unique Group has identified its ESG goals for the next three years. This is aimed at establishing a balance, driven by shared ownership and responsibility between stakeholders to collectively work towards a better tomorrow.