At Allegion, we recognize that investments in employee development, safety and corporate responsibility are not only our contributions to doing the right thing and, ultimately, making the communities where we live and work stronger – but these investments also help provide better shareholder return through productivity, engagement, creativity and innovation.


Health & Safety

Our employees' wellbeing is a guiding light for Allegion. "Be safe, be healthy" is one of our eight core values. It was built into our foundation as a company, and we take pride in our safety history. Allegion is among an elite group of companies recognized by the U.S. National Safety Council for the rigor of our system of environmental, health and safety management. 

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Named 2021 winner of the Campbell Award

Named 2021 winner of the Campbell Award

Allegion was named the winner of the National Safety Council’s prestigious 2021 Robert W. Campbell Award.

The National Safety Council (NSC) is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate. Campbell Award winners are an elite group of organizations successfully integrating environment, health and safety management with business operations as a cornerstone of success.

“Allegion employees work to meticulously and intentionally uphold the company’s ‘be safe, be healthy’ value, with the goal of positively impacting workplace safety and engagement, the environment, customers and local communities. As an organization that embodies ‘being safe,’ their mission couldn’t resonate more,” said Lorraine Martin, NSC president and CEO. “We are proud to honor Allegion with this award and look forward to seeing how the company will continue to prioritize safety and make a positive impact on the world around us.”

Read more about the  “Allegion Safety Initiative” in the full article. 

Total recordable incident rate (TRIR) lowered by 9%

Total recordable incident rate (TRIR) lowered by 9%

One of Allegion's founding values is "be safe, be healthy." Our first priority for our workers is their physical wellbeing, and we're proud to see that our safety performance – through the dedication of our people – reflects that.  

In 2020, Allegion’s incident rate was 88% below the reported 2019 U.S. industry average. * ~


* Data is normalized to hours worked. To the extent actual hours worked are not available for any full-time employee, an average of 40 hours per week is used.  

~ Based on the U.S. average for our general industry (NAICS 332), as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Safety is one of Allegion's core values

Safety is one of Allegion's core values

Our eight values are at the very heart of Allegion and the way we run our business. These values are an important guide for our ESG efforts and approach. 

Serve others, not yourself

Do the right thing

Be curious beyond the obvious

Have a passion for excellence

Enjoy what you do and celebrate who we are

Be safe, be healthy

Be empowered and accountable

This is your business, run with it 

* Data is normalized to hours worked. To the extent actual hours worked are not available for any full-time employee, an average of 40 hours per week is used.  

Environmental, Health and Safety Policy

Read our Environmental, Health and Safety Policy for deeper insights into how Allegion operates. We work hard to protect and promote the health and safety of our people and the communities where we work and live. 

Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

Allegion believes businesses have a central role to play in promoting respect for human rights and combating modern slavery and human trafficking. Learn more by reading our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement. 


Engagement, Equity, Inclusion & Diversity 

Allegion strives to create a company where all people feel welcome and valued. We know it's a journey but, together, the people of Allegion are creating a more inclusive workplace and a more equitable, better world.

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Board of Directors 44% diversity

Board of Directors 44% diversity

Allegion expanded our Board of Directors, adding new capabilities and greater diversity with the appointments of Steven C. Mizell, Dev Vardhan and Lauren B. Peters. Currently, we have achieved 44 percent diversity across gender, racial and ethnic representation among our independent directors. Two directors are female, and two are members of racial or ethnic underrepresented groups.

We also welcomed two new members to the Allegion Executive Leadership Team: Cindy Farrer, SVP of Global Operations and Integrated Supply Chain, and Luis Orbegoso, SVP of Allegion Americas.


4 Across gender, racial and ethnic diversity; current as of October 2021.  

Created an employee-led Inclusion Council

Created an employee-led Inclusion Council

In 2021, Allegion created the I&D Council, a 15-member employee committee that recommends key inclusion, diversity and equity priorities to our I&D Steering Team and senior leadership, in an effort to advance our action agenda globally and locally. 

The Council was selected through a rigorous process that included more than 80 nominees around the world. 

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Made progress on our 4 key I&D priorities

Fostering regular, open dialogue on engagement, equity, inclusion and diversity helps us develop our I&D approach, commitments and annual action priorities.

Our 2021 Action Priorities are:  
 
•   Establish the Inclusion Council

•   Charter and expand employee resource groups 

•   Review business policies, process and practices

•   Launch the Supplier Diversity Program 

4 Across gender, racial and ethnic diversity; current as of October 2021.  

Engagement, Equity, Inclusion & Diversity

We believe that bringing different experiences, skillsets and perspectives to the table helps make us better problem solvers and a better company. 

Allegion's Leadership

Our leadership team represents some of the most experienced professionals in the security industry. We look to them to uphold the values of ESG throughout our company. 


Corporate Social Responsibility

Our communities take care of our employees. We feel lucky to return that favor and live our “Serve others, not yourself” value every day.

Allegion has three philanthropic pillars: 
Safety and security 
Wellness 
Communities where we live and thrive

Around the world, Allegion and its employees meet the unique needs of their local communities in diverse ways, including through volunteerism, monetary donations and long-term service on local boards and organizations. That may mean hammering a 2x4 with your teammate or loading food bank boxes into trucks. In addition to corporate programs, Allegion encourages individual facilities and employees to get involved and give back.

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2020 donations totaling $2 million

2020 donations totaling $2 million

In 2020, Allegion donated $500,000 to food banks and gave an additional $1.5 million to community organizations in sponsorships, donations and in-kind product, including our commitments to Habitat for Humanity. During the pandemic, we also donated 45,000 masks to assist healthcare workers in communities where we operate.

Offered charitable payroll deductions

Offered charitable payroll deductions

Allegion offers an employee payroll deduction program in the U.S. for charitable donations that support priorities such as health and wellness; gender, racial and ethnic diversity in STEM education; education at historically Black universities and colleges (HBCUs); social justice and equality concerns; as well as community safety net projects. 

Globally encourage empoyees to vote

Globally encourage empoyees to vote

Allegion facilitates global dialogue on voting as a civic responsibility.

Giving Back

Allegion is honored to support our global communities - not just with our vision to make the world safer, but also through the passions and service of our people. We empower employees to identify local needs and make a difference where they live and work.