US’ MSA Safety aims to reduce GHG emissions 42% by 2030



MSA Safety, the global leader in the development and manufacture of safety products and solutions that help protect workers and facility infrastructures, aims to reduce market-based Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 42 per cent by 2030, against a 2021 baseline, according to its 2022 Impact Report.

Previously known as MSA’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, it highlights how MSA’s singular and socially responsible mission to protect workers is making a positive impact on society and in our world today. The report also details the company’s efforts and continued commitment to accelerate progress toward a sustainable future.

MSA Safety aims to reduce market-based Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 42 per cent by 2030, using a 2021 baseline, as revealed in its 2022 Impact Report.
The report emphasises MSA’s commitment to protecting workers and advancing sustainability, highlighting achievements like 30 per cent board diversity and products like the MSA Bacharach MGS-401 Entrance Monitor.

“At MSA Safety, our mission is integrated deeply into our business strategy and that creates a powerful catalyst for driving business growth and societal impact,” said Nish Vartanian, MSA Safety chairman and chief executive officer. “This focus accelerates our momentum, generates greater benefits for our stakeholders and reinforces our commitment to delivering advanced products and solutions that help protect people and make workplaces safer across the global safety ecosystem.”

The report includes the company’s performance as it relates to employee safety, product vitality, and diversity, including 30 per cent board diversity and 36 per cent diversity at the executive leadership level; and examples of MSA Safety products, technologies and solutions that are protecting workers, making workplaces safer and are enhancing sustainability, such as the MSA Bacharach MGS-401 Entrance Monitor, which quickly identifies refrigerant leaks to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in facilities, the company said in a press release.

“I am both proud and excited about the progress – and impact – the entire MSA team is making today when it comes living our mission; most notably our focus on developing solutions that enable workers to return home to their families at the end of the day,” said Stephanie Sciullo, president of MSA’s Americas business segment and executive sponsor of the company’s CSR strategy. “We continue to build an internal infrastructure that allows us to execute our mission, frame milestones and make investments in our operations that benefit our key stakeholders, including the communities in which we live and work. As we look ahead, we will continue to make strategic investments that have a positive impact on our world and help us achieve our future aspirations.”

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