The Sustainability & Governance Committee is comprised of three independent directors. The primary purpose of the Committee is to provide assistance to the Board in discharging its oversight responsibilities relating to key sustainability strategies and effective governance. The Sustainability & Governance Committee's duties and responsibilities, which are discussed in detail in its charter, include:


  • Identifying risk areas and sustainability strategies related to health, safety, environmental, social and community issues;
  • Compliance with applicable health, safety and environmental laws, rules and regulations;
  • Proposed targets, metrics and aspirations for environmental, social and governance performance;
  • Identifying significant legislation or regulations, judicial decisions, public policies or other medical or scientific developments involving health and safety, climate change, environmental, social and community matters that may likely materially affect the Company and its employees;
  • Preparation of public reports regarding environmental, social and governance responsibility activities; and
  • Monitoring the broader community, climate change and sustainability concerns and issues relevant to the Company’s business, positioning and prospects.


  • identifying individuals qualified to become members of the Board;
  • recommending to the Board the director nominees for the annual meeting of stockholders or for appointment by the Board if a vacancy occurs between annual meetings seeking to maintain the independence and quality of the Board through an annual self evaluation and compliance with applicable laws and regulations for each director and committee member;
  • monitoring and developing the necessary training for new and existing Board members;
  • developing and recommending to the Board adoption of its various codes of conduct, ethics, and governance guidelines; and
  • reviewing and approving related party transactions.
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