As part of Nutrien’s purpose driven culture, we strive to develop respectful and positive relationships with our employees, contractors, suppliers, customers and local communities, and to contribute positively to society as a whole.
|2020 Performance||2019-2020 Change||2020 Highlights|
|0.25 total lost-time injuries per 200,000 hours worked||26%||Supported and prioritized worker health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, achieving one of the best health and safety records in the industry.|
|26 hours per employee of annual learning and development on average||
|Implemented a new learning management system to enhance employee educational experiences and opportunities.|
|19% of senior leadership positions are held by women (director level and above)||4%1||Established a global Inclusion Council of senior operational and functional leaders from each business unit and geography, sponsored by our President & CEO.|
|$27 million procured from Indigenous businesses||
|Provided guidance for our suppliers to build meaningful relationships with Indigenous partners through our Indigenous Content Playbook.|
|7% of our total Nutrien sales contain genetically modified organisms (“GMO”)||No Change||Developing a holistic risk-based product rating approach to create impact profiles for our fertilizer manufactured products.|
1Percent variance for this metric is based on a percentage point change from 2019.
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