Sustainability in Our Environment
Sustainability is at the heart of SafePass and is the driving force behind our genesis. We have seen the tremendous amount of waste the badging industry can generate and we realized through technology we can significantly reduce waste while providing innovative features not possible from legacy badges. SafePass believes social, environmental, and economic performance is of key importance for our success. From our supply chain to our distribution channels, we are committed to creating a sustainable future for SafePass, our customers, and society. For us, it is crucial to be a responsible business that intelligently strives to balance people, planet, and profit.
Responsible Supply Chain
SafePass is conscious in sourcing from responsible and ethical suppliers to provide our badge components. The company we keep says a lot about our company. We’re committed to selecting suppliers who support ethical labor practices and who strive to be carbon neutral in their processes.
From manufacturing to product packaging, our policy is focused on minimizing waste, utilizing recyclable materials when possible and working with suppliers who are committed to carbon neutral manufacturing.
Our cloud-based software is designed to be efficient and minimizes power use on servers and SafePass badges. Our staff are committed to minimize travel when needed and rely heavily on online communication and meetings to further reduce our carbon footprint.
SafePass is committed to a diversity of talent from a wide range of disciplines. We help the world run better and improve people’s lives by providing solutions that fuel innovation, foster equality, and spread opportunity. Creating a diverse and inclusive culture makes us a better company – fueling our innovation, enhancing our work experience, and enabling our success in a changing world. We’re working to make a positive social and economic impact while improving people’s lives.
Our management team and board of advisors are committed to implementing our established policies to provide risk management, transparency, accountability, clear corporate strategies and processes, ethical business practices, and fairness.