Tofaş considers climate change as an area with a legal regulation dimension such as emission limits, a physical and operational dimension such as radical changes in weather conditions, and a financial dimension such as emissions trading.
Tofaş closely monitors the European Green Deal to integrate it into its strategy to combat climate change. Every year, emission reduction projects and reduction amounts resulting from production are verified and certified by third party organizations.
Supporting the transition to a low carbon economy with its energy efficiency efforts, Tofaş is also a corporate member of the Climate Platform. The company has signed the “2 ˚C Challenge Communiqué”, an international business statement calling for global policies and actions to combat climate change. Tofaş was also included in the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) with the application it signed in January 2023.
As a result of the efforts to reduce fixed energy consumption in line with the goal of reducing carbon emissions, Tofaş's energy consumption per vehicle in 2022 was 3.19 GJ.
Tofaş aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from production by 22.6% in 2026, by putting its renewable energy investments into operation by 2022.
Occupational health and safety (OHS) ranks first as the most important element in Tofaş's management model. The Tofaş factory, which is shown as an example among the Stellantis factories in this regard, is visited by many companies in order to examine the practices that make a difference.
Adopting a proactive and lean occupational safety approach, Tofaş aims to protect all human resources within the boundaries of the enterprise from injuries and health deterioration by creating a sustainable occupational safety culture with safe working areas.