Governance

Crew's ability to deliver enhanced value for stakeholders is supported by our strong corporate governance practices.

Strong corporate governance, transparency, and integrity set the foundation for ethical and effective decision-making while contributing to the alignment between our Board, management, and stakeholders.

At the Board level, Crew has established a robust framework that defines our environmental, social, and governance practices, ensures accountability, effective oversight, and underpins our fundamental business tenets. The Board, directly or through its committees, is responsible for Crew’s stewardship in crucial areas, including vision, strategic planning and objectives, leadership, risk management, compensation, and corporate governance practices.

The GEHS&S Committee, one of the Board’s sub-committees, has oversight of Crew’s ongoing ESG and sustainability performance. Every quarter, management reports to the GEHS&S Committee regarding Crew’s health, safety, environmental, and sustainability performance and collaborates with the Board on areas for continuous improvement.

This year, Crew has taken strides to enhance our alignment with the recommendations of the TCFD framework, developing an additional disclosure on our climate-related risks, opportunities, governance, oversight, and strategies. Please refer to our TCFD Report for more detailed information.

5+

Board meetings per year

40%

of independent board members are women, as at Q4 2022

15%

employee’s short-term incentive compensation is linked to ESG performance

"We believe Crew’s success stems from a foundation built on strong governance, ethical practices and operational efficiencies combined with our team’s culture of transparency and accountability."

–  Dale O. Shwed, President and CEO