Coor tops equality index
Coor is the most equal company in Sweden according to SHE Index powered by EY, which is a tool for measuring and supporting quality work. Companies participate in the service on a voluntary basis, and answer 36 questions in six different categories in order to calculate and individual index score. The index also evaluates the companies’ work in the areas of diversity and inclusion.
CDP assigned Coor a ‘B’ for 2021
CDP is an independent global sustainability index that evaluates companies’ climate work and scores it from A to D. The ratings system evaluates companies based on transparency, awareness and management of climate risks and opportunities. It also evaluates the companies’ ability to set relevant goals in the area.
United Nations Global Compact
Coor supports the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption. We are committed to making the UN Global Compact and its principles part of the strategy, culture, and day-to-day operations of our company, and to engaging in collaborative projects which advance the broader development goals of the United Nations, particularly the Sustainable Development Goals.
Read Coor's Communication on Progress 2021
Coor awarded gold rating by EcoVadis
The gold rating from EcoVadis places Coor among the top 5% of global companies in terms of CSR work. The rating was awarded following an extensive review of Coor’s work. EcoVadis’ assessment is based on 21 criteria in the areas of environment, labor & human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement. The method is based on international CSR standards, including Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards, the UN Global Compact and the ISO 26000 standard.
Science Based Targets
Coor has decided to commit to Science Based Targets initiative to set climate targets in line with limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C.
The Vision Zero Forum
Vision Zero Forum coordinated by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health issues annual safety level certifications to workplaces that have continuously improved their occupational safety. Coor applied certification for the first time and placed directly on level II (Towards world’s class). Achievement is a tangible demonstration of our structured long-term occupational safety work and an important milestone towards a zero-accident goal.
Around 1.1 million lunches are eaten every day in cafeterias at workplaces, universities and schools across Norway. This represents a large part of the actual food consumption, but also that consumers make individual food choices – both in the canteen and in their private households. At Food (R)evolution, we will – together with our partners – develop a new collaborative model for the food industry. The purpose is to radically improve and increase both private and professional consumption of sustainable food.
The research project has been established and was allocated MNOK 12 from the Research Council of Norway to carry out the project in the period 2021-2024.
Coor wins innovation award
For the third year in a row, IFMA awards prize for best FM innovation. The 2021 prize happily goes to Coor – this time for the service we offer in collaboration with Mimbly, sustainable laundry.
Both within social and environmental sustainability we believe there is a need to focus on the real issues, create real change, and avoid greenwashing. As the first FM supplier, Coor has chosen to sign the anti-greenwashing initiative – “Grønnvaskingsplakaten”. It is a guideline for businesses that want to avoid greenwashing and make a positive contribution to the green shift happening faster. It contains ten commandments the signing business promises to live by.