Cascade Energy cares about the welfare, safety, and ethical behavior of its employees and representatives. Our company values include Do The Right Thing, Put Others First, and Seek Shared Success, and every employee is held to these standards whenever and wherever they are performing work. These values are also interwoven into Cascade’s culture regarding safety and data security.
We are committed to keeping customer data secure by following industry standards for information security controls and maintaining SOC II Type II certification as verified by an annual 3rd party auditor. These information security controls create a robust framework for not only technical controls (e.g. asset management or physical access) but also for how Cascade monitors and assesses data security risks, respond to threats and ensures business continuity in the event of a disaster or emergency situation. For more information, read Cascade’s Energy Sensei Statement on Security.
Cascade Energy takes seriously the safety of its employees and all those we encounter through our work, whether at a Cascade office or off site. Employees are required to complete regular safety trainings and comply with all company safety rules, and are encouraged to participate in making Cascade Energy and our customer facilities safer places to work. We ask our customers, subcontractors, vendors, and anyone else to report any unsafe acts using the reporting tool below.
Compliance Reporting Tool
The Compliance Reporting Tool may be used to anonymously report any safety, data security, ethical or other concern arising from work with Cascade Energy or our employees. This form is sent to Cascade Energy’s Legal department.
You are not required to identify yourself, and we do not track IP addresses. When you submit a report via this tool, it is seen only by our in-house Legal Counsel. Cascade’s Legal Counsel will confer and take appropriate steps to investigate, escalate (as needed), follow-up (as able to) and seek resolution.