Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) strongly believes that every worker
deserves safe and healthy working and living conditions. We are committed to
ensuring the welfare of all workers on our projects.
We take a holistic, uncompromising approach to workers’ welfare, and demonstrate the benefits of our approach to all of our partner organisations connected to workers. For us, it is not enough to ensure that our exacting standards are met as we build towards the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ – we must also leave a legacy of improved conditions for workers in Qatar and the region.
We are committed to transparency and regularly publish reports detailing workers’ welfare-related achievements, progress and challenges. The reports are available to download on our Workers’ Welfare compliance page.
A clear framework
There are four
distinct aspects to our workers’ welfare policy, each of which plays an
important part in ensuring our workers stay safe:
Guided by international legislation and principles, the SC has set up and adheres to a strict set of Workers’ Welfare Standards.
No matter what the project is, we are unrelenting in the enforcement of our standards.
We recognise how important it is to consult the widest possible range of people when making decisions on something as vital as workers’ welfare.
Whenever possible, we proactively organise initiatives to improve the lives of workers, giving them opportunities they might not otherwise receive.