Our sustainability approach and performance is evidenced by our continued inclusion on sustainability indices, and the recognition we receive for our green buildings, green meetings and events. and sustainable operations.​


Macao Green Hotel Awards


Sands Macao

ISO 20121: Event Sustainability Management Systems

The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao (Since 2014)

ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health And Safety Management System

For facilities, food and beverage, housekeeping, procurement, and security certification (2021)

Total Rewards Innovation Awards

Best Total Rewards Innovation Plan

2021 HR Flag Awards

2021 Best HR Teams of the Year
2021 Best HR Programs of the Year

2021 HRoot Awards

Best HR Teams in Greater China 2021
Best HR Shared Service Center in Greater China 2021

Employer Branding Creativity Awards 2021

Best Innovative Employee C&B Program
Best Innovative Employee Experience
Best Employer Brand Creative Copywriting
Best Employer Brand Video Story

Asia Best Workplace

Asia Best Workplace 2021 (Mainland China) Best Practices Award

Human Resources Occupational Competence 2021

Outstanding Human Resources Management Team

The Venetian Macao’s food and beverage department has received ISO 22000:2018 certification for its food safety management system, becoming the only integrated resort or hotel in Macao to have received it. It is the sixth ISO certification received by Sands China to date.


We have developed a Sustainability Program that helps us to create positive impact in the areas where we can for our People, the wider Community and the Planet.​

US$1,95 million invested in energy-efficiency projects

909,262 kWh energy saved

4,032 Eco actions

5 Eco projects

40,000 MWh International renewable energy certificates purchased

3,700 Team members with 15 years of service, and 9,900 team members with 10 years of service

1,67 million workforce development training hours in 2021

58 Events supported through volunteerism

US$2.08 million Charitable giving in 2021

45,145 Volunteer hours in 2021

US$261 million spent with SMEs