6Sustainability and Social Commitment

Main actions


Saba's priorities are creating value for society and the environment. For this reason, the entire organization works to maintain a solid sustainability strategy and properly manage the most important aspects economic, environmental and social aspects. In FY 2019, the company has repeatedly demonstrated its support for projects such as the United Nations Global Compact , the largest voluntary initiative in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility in the world, which has been signed by more than 13,000 entities in 170 countries.

This Compact has in fact led to the Agenda 2030, which outlines the objectives of the international community for 2016-2030 to eradicate poverty and promote sustainable and equitable development. Saba carries out its activity within the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to make these principles part of the strategy, culture and daily actions of the business.

Due to the very nature of the business, Saba's activity is carried out with specific consideration of those goals concerning climate action, to fight against climate change and its impact, and concerning sustainable cities and communities, with the development of solutions in the field of urban mobility; as well as infrastructure innovation, improvement and technology.

In addition, in order to have a comprehensive vision of the future and continue to strengthen corporate responsibility, it is necessary to take into account the rest of the objectives. The health and well-being of workers, customers and collaborators, reinforcing the prevention of occupational hazards and the installation of resources in car parks such as defibrillators; contributing to the most disadvantaged groups is Saba's commitment to ending poverty. On the other hand, the guideline of an Equality Plan to achieve gender parity; compliance with the Code of Ethics as a benchmark for company behaviour; getting involved with society by offering decent work through an increased number of fixed contracts; and benchmark alliances in order to achieve the proposed objectives, such as joining the Spanish Compliance Association (ASCOM), among other commitments.