Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility

Social

PROVIDING THE ENERGY FOR A BRIGHTER TOMORROW

Protecting fundamental human rights; establishing a culture of equity, inclusion and safety within our company and vendor partners; improving the communities we operate in; and establishing an ethical and accountable management culture and corporate governance structure is fundamental to our identity.

Both as individuals and as an organization, you can find us volunteering time and donating money to support endeavors throughout our communities. As a corporation, our priorities are education and community development, and each year we support high achieving organizations in Colorado that are making a difference in our communities.

We focus our activities in the Denver-Metro area and Weld County. Monetary donations are made to local food banks, fire rescue, safety councils, youth sports, and several non-profit organizations.

BONANZA CREEK IS COMMITTED TO SETTING GOALS, DEVELOPING POLICIES AND IMPLEMENTING TRAINING AND PROCEDURES THAT CREATE A CORPORATE CULTURE THAT PROMOTES SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND TRANSPARENCY.

Community Giving & Volunteering We Support

Bonanza Creek is committed to increasing employee and contractor diversity and inclusion, safety and ethical conduct, including:

  • Screening processes for vendors and suppliers that reviews environmental performance, labor practices, and human rights performance.
  • Dedication to employee safety and development that requires all employees to complete online safety training and hands-on safety training, participate in monthly safety meetings with relevant training topics, and provides for professional development training opportunities.
  • Strict adherence and monitoring of occupational health and safety regulations and standards for all employees, suppliers and vendors.
  • Compliance with the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics for employees, suppliers and vendors.

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OHSAS Certified

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Safety Policy Training

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Code of Conduct & Ethics Training

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