Corporate citizenship

At Collins Aerospace, we believe our corporate culture and core values go hand in hand. And at the heart of our values lies our passion for giving back. Whether it’s advancing STEM education, investing in strong, vibrant communities or being responsible stewards of our environment—through our monetary donations, expertise and employee engagement, we continually strive to make a positive impact in the global communities where we work and live.

Featured program: Orbis

You’ve heard the saying ‘practice makes perfect’.  For example, think about commercial pilots who have to fly an instrument check annually under the watchful eye of a chief flying instructor.  Simulators play a vital role in ensuring pilots maintain flight proficiency and are prepared for their check rides.  But did you know that simulators are playing a crucial role in training ophthalmologists as well? In April 2018, with the support of Collins Aerospace, Orbis International, an NGO (non-governmental organization) whose mission is to fight avoidable blindness, debuted the only Mobile Simulation Center which combines the latest in simulation technology, virtual reality and surgical and medical knowledge.  This new method of delivering hands-on training allows local ophthalmic teams – doctors, nurses and anesthesiologist, to practice complex surgical skills repeatedly in a controlled simulated environment.  This can accelerate the rate at which the team achieves surgical capability.  Practice does make perfect. 

FIRST program

Featured program: FIRST

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is a multinational nonprofit organization inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders. Collins Aerospace is proud to be a Strategic Sponsor of FIRST and the Official Program Sponsor of FIRST Tech Challenge. Our support of FIRST also includes Global Innovation Award sponsorship, FRC (First Robots Competition), FLL (First Lego League), and FTC (First Tech Challenge) team & tournament support, teacher/coach professional development, and countless employee volunteer hours.

To access information on our other corporate citizenship programs, visit our heritage websites:

Anti-Human Trafficking Statement

California law requires companies to disclose their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains for goods offered for sale. Collins Aerospace, a United Technologies Company, is committed to ensuring that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in our businesses or supply chains.

United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act Statement

This is a statement made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. The statement sets out the steps the Collins Aerospace group, through all of its operating companies in the United Kingdom (as listed below), has taken during the financial year ending 30 December 2018 (the “Reporting Period”) to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its own business, or supply chain.
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