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Our purpose is clear – We Exist to Protect Lives.

Our diverse global workforce pledges to honour our purpose, every single day, as outlined in the Survitec Trust Pledge. ​ Our people are our competitive advantage, and our strength lies in their differences.

We are committed to cultivating an inclusive culture where people feel valued, included, appreciated, and free to be themselves at work. ​

Why? Because we pledge to do the right thing. ​



Making a difference


Every action taken within the Survitec Diversity Network delivers aims to ensure we are a step further in becoming more diverse, equal and inclusive as a company, and embedding these principles in our culture. How we do this is outlined in our code of conduct. ​ Better never stops. We will not stop in our pursuit of offering a diverse, equal and inclusive workplace - ensuring Survitec is the best place to work for every single one of us.





  • We know it’s critical that we embrace diverse views and thinking if we are to become the world’s most trusted company for safety and survival solutions​
  • We do not discriminate and are fully committed to the elimination of unlawful and unfair discrimination​
  • We promote a culture that values meritocracy, openness, fairness and transparency​
  • We foster an environment which attracts, retains and develops diverse talent and workforce​
  • We recognise that we all play our part in creating a working environment where people can be their true selves, sharing their unique perspectives whilst knowing their contributions are listened to and are valued​
  • We all implement the spirit of our policies and procedures towards each other and throughout our business dealings​
  • We actively call out and address behaviours that are contrary to our DE&I promise ​
  • We are role models for living our DE&I promise ​


Survitec Deandi World

International Women's Day

Celebrating incredible achievements and contributions of women globally

Here at Survitec, we're proud to shine a spotlight on the exceptional women within our organisation who embody leadership, resilience, and innovation. To mark this International Women's Day, Izzy George had an inspiring conversation with Beibei Qiu, who shares her remarkable journey in the maritime industry, offering invaluable insights gained through her unwavering perseverance and determination. Her story is a beacon of hope and empowerment for all of us.

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International Men's Day

Redfining male stereoptypes

The pressure to conform to these stereotypical norms is immense. Men are often told to "man up" or "be a man," phrases that subtly reinforce the idea that expressing emotions is a sign of weakness.

As a company, we are committed to cultivating a culture where men feel comfortable and empowered to express their emotions without fear of judgment or ridicule and where seeking help for mental health is met with understanding and support.


Meet our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion team

  • Survitec Kaushal Khushali Bhandari

    Kaushal Khaushali Bhandari

    I believe the mutual understanding of culture and civilisation help with bonding the team. The DE&I team creates such a platform for people from all over the world.

  • Survitec Dimitra

    Dimitra Kourmatzi

    Having been raised abroad amongst a multitude of countries, cultures, and ethnicities I am sensitive to everything which may be deemed ‘different’. As a lawyer, I am constantly fighting for equality.

  • Survitec Dei Hannah Burywood

    Hannah Burywood

    Only when we promote a diverse workforce, have honest conversations and take key steps to help Survitec realise the full potential of its DE&I ambitions can our colleagues feel free to be their authentic selves.

  • Survitec Anna Upton

    Anna Upton

    I believe everyone who works for Survitec should feel equal and valued; for colleagues to feel that they are able to share their views; and for us all to have better understanding of each other.

  • Survitec Dei Hayley K

    Hayley Kavanagh

    I feel it is important to challenge the status quo and remove unconscious bias from the workplace so that we can bring other views and ideas on board, which is particularly important to improve future designs for the business.

  • Survitec Dei Izzy George

    Izzy George

    I am committed to supporting all around the business, empowering those who feel their voice might not be heard. I’d like our workplace to be a warm and friendly environment and feel that real time should be dedicated to these efforts. ​​​​​​​

  • Survitec Dei Zoe Collins

    Zoe Collins

    It's important people from all walks of life are able to identify as who they are without fear of racist, homophobia, or sexual prejudice. Our differences are what make us who we are, and we all deserve the same level of respect and acceptance.

  • Survitec Dei Chris Love

    Chris Love

    It is important everyone is free to come to work as themselves no matter where in the world they're located they will be welcomed, supported and appreciated.

  • Survitec Dei Nicola Lowey

    Nicola Lowey

    My passion for diversity and inclusion started in my previous job. I was so excited when I was given the opportunity to join Survitec’s DE&I team to work together and allow me to offer the best support to all my colleagues.​​​​​​​


A win for gender equality

Enhancing the immersion suit experience for women for work offshore

Discover how this collaboration serves as an industry standard for inclusive environments, and is an example of listening and finding inclusive solutions to ensure everyone feels valued, appreciated and equipped to succeed in their roles.


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