Equity, diversity, and inclusion

At Babcock Canada, we recognize that our strength lies in our people.  

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion 

Making the most of the differences in our workforce is key to our business success. We focus on being good neighbours by supporting our customers and the communities in which we live and work and positively contributing to society’s progress. 

At Babcock Canada, inclusion is not just a concept, it is a critical business enabler. It is integral to laying the right foundations to attract and retain a diverse and exceptional workforce. We are committed to fostering an agile and people-centered business culture, where everyone is included, supported, and empowered to unlock their full potential. 

Creating a safe and productive work environment is more than a policy; it is a collective responsibility we all share. At Babcock Canada, every employee plays a vital role in fostering a space where safety, productivity, and freedom from discrimination are woven into our everyday operations.

Through this unwavering dedication to our people and values, we continue to build a dynamic, inclusive, and thriving workplace for all. 

Our commitment to Indigenous relations 

As a corporate citizen doing business within Canada, and operating on several Indigenous traditional territories and homelands, we are committed to building meaningful and mutually beneficial relations and partnerships with Indigenous Peoples through a framework focused on skills development, workforce inclusion, and procurement.   

Babcock Canada strives to lead Indigenous participation within Canada’s defence and aerospace sectors. We are committed to implementing the spirit and intent of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #92 (Business Reconciliation), including: 

  • Through meaningful consultation, respectful relationships, and partnerships with Indigenous communities and businesses. 
  • Ensuring Indigenous Peoples have equitable access to jobs, training, and education opportunities. 
  • Ensuring Indigenous communities gain long-term sustainable benefits from our operations. 
  • Management and staff are educated on the history of Indigenous Peoples and receive skills-based training in intercultural competency, conflict resolution, human rights, and anti-racism.