Engaging with our community
Promation is driven to deliver quality products and excellence service to its clients. It is our commitment to conduct business ethically, legally and in a manner that is environmentally and socially responsible.
We are committed to continuously building and improving our business methods to increase the impact of our activities in creating a sound business environment.
We believe in collaboration, innovation, adherence to policies and practices and supporting all employees and staff to do what is right.
Corporate Social Responsibility
At Promation, we strongly believe it’s our responsibility in being a quality corporate citizen and neighbour to support and give back to our community. We believe in operating our facility in a safe, productive, and reliable manner. We also believe that a good company gives back to the communities in which it operates, to help improve the quality of life in those communities.
Promation Community Recognition:
- Johnson Controls – Founding Team
- Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) – Nuclear Product Development
- Organization of Canada Nuclear Industries (OCI) Presidents Award
- First Robotics Competition
- Canadian Engineering Competition
Charity & Not-for-profit Support
Promation matches the personal donations of our employees, for every dollar our employee donates, we donate another dollar on their behalf.
Promation supports many charitable and not-for-profit initiatives.
- United Way
- Canadian Cancer Society
- Heart & Stroke Foundation
- Local & Regional Food Drives
- Disaster Aid
- Mentoring students through Foreign Exchange Co-op Programs
- Universities, Colleges and High School awards & engineering programs
- Company social and teambuilding programs
Promation has been named for several customer awards for its performance in outage nuclear projects.
Outage Cups & Awards:
- OPG Locking Tabs (in conjunction with B&W), October 2012
- OPG Locking Tabs (in conjunction with B&W), May 2012
- AECL supplier award, 2011
- OPG Hot Spot Robots (in conjunction with Kinectrics), 2011