Values and Culture
Values And Culture
At Pacsafe, we want to live exciting lives with purpose and help others do the same. That means the kind of people who thrive in our workplace also share the same values of doing right by others and the environment.
DESIGN FOR GOOD
Our team selects high-quality, durable materials because making products that last is also better for the environment. Less new products needed means less strain on our planet’s resources, keeping it pristine for generations of future travelers to come.
With that in mind, we also use recycled fabrics where possible, repair any problems as a first step over replacement, and offer an excellent warranty to back up our efforts.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Every single day there are things happening at Pacsafe to help reduce our impact on the environment. We have a recycling program at all of our global offices. We’re always looking to find packaging or materials from recycled sources.
And, our entire team does a yearly beach clean up to keep our local spots pristine and connect first hand with the plastic crisis. It’s part of who we are and what we do.
CODE OF CONDUCT
All of our suppliers are bound by the same code of conduct we expect Pacsafe’s employees to adhere to. That includes providing a safe workplace free of discrimination and child labor, offering fair pay for fair work, and ensuring reasonable hours with fully paid overtime.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDERS
Our sea turtle logo is a symbol of safe travels the world over and a reminder of what we’re protecting if we do things properly. While we’re far from perfect, striving to get better one step at a time, and encouraging like minded people to do the same, is at the heart of our mission.
Our actions come from who we are. Learn about what drives the Pacsafe team through our sustainability journey.
Which choices are better and why? Learn more about the materials and packaging we choose to help reduce our impact.
Find out how the Pacsafe Turtle Fund supports conservation projects that help save our marine friends and their habitats.