WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 15, 2020) — Stanley Black & Decker is the latest organization to sign on to the Renewable Thermal Collaborative’s (RTC) Buyers’ Statement, furthering their commitment to renewable thermal energy use and continued efforts to lower overall greenhouse gas emissions. By becoming a signatory, Stanley Black & Decker will be joining a coalition of 21 other global organizations, including Cargill, Procter & Gamble, AstraZeneca, Novo Nordisk, and L’Oréal USA, who have committed to expanding the renewable thermal energy market.
December 9, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Stanley Black & Decker has been recognized for leadership in corporate sustainability by global environmental non-profit CDP, securing a place on its ‘A List’ for the third consecutive year for their efforts to tackle climate change, as well as acting to protect water security – two of the three environmental themes covered by CDP.
Stanley Black & Decker has been named to the Climate A List seven times in total and the Water A list four times.
Stanley Black & Decker has created a COVID-19 philanthropic outreach program to help our communities around the world combat the effects of the pandemic.
The company has partnered with nonprofit organizations dedicated to immediate relief and recovery efforts, those providing support for hospitals and frontline workers and organizations ensuring all communities have basic needs, such as food.
December 4, 2020 /3BL Media/ - A new survey from CRAFTSMAN, a Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. brand, found that more than 3 in 4 Americans (78%) have honed their home improvement skills during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CRAFTSMAN Built@Home Survey examined how Americans’ home renovation interests and skills have evolved over the past six months, the tools and resources they leveraged to tackle various projects, and their plans for continued home improvement in 2021.
Company named to the World Index for third consecutive year and maintained its inclusion in the North American Index for the 10th consecutive year.
November 19, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Stanley Black & Decker today announced that it has earned the distinction of being included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI) by S&P Dow Jones Indices and RobecoSAM for the third consecutive year and maintained its inclusion in the DJSI North America Index for the 10th consecutive year.
“It doesn’t have to be any worse, it just has to be different…”
…these are words I speak to newly injured patients after suffering a spinal cord injury. Having had a spinal injury myself at age sixteen, I speak with authority on this. Breaking your neck is arguably one of the most devastating physical disabilities that can happen to a person and if you are unlucky enough to become one of the 500,000 people this happens to each year, the adjustment to living with paralysis can be a lengthy process. It’s life-changing in a way that few people can ever imagine.
"Striving for gender parity is more than a business mandate, it serves as a steward of the company culture." Joe Simms, Vice President of Human Resources at Stanley Black & Decker, explains why he stands for #EqualEverywhere.
Throughout October, we’re empowering makers and tradespeople around the world! Our long-term goal is to inspire 10 million individuals by the year 2030 through upskilling, promoting vocational and skills training, providing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) education, and access to Makerspaces.
We need to rethink how we prepare people for the workforce.
By Mark Maybury
New technologies are transforming dull and repetitive jobs into those requiring analytic and problem-solving skills. Manufacturing is on the front lines of this change – electricians are becoming digital electricians, material handlers are becoming robotically enabled, and assembly line workers are becoming robotics programmers.
Building on our Techstars partnership with Dynamic Green Products (DGP), we have launched a new line of FDA-listed hand sanitizer gel to help combat COVID-19.
Stanley Black & Decker created the STANLEY + Techstars Accelerator in 2018 with a focus on additive manufacturing and expanded the program in 2019 to include eco-friendly sustainable packaging solutions. Many of these start-ups have adapted their business to provide COVID-19 resources and support for frontline workers.