Viavi Solutions has released its 2022 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report, covering the company’s global operations for fiscal year 2022. The 2022 ESG Report follows the company’s inaugural sustainability report in 2020 and the second report in 2021, and describes the ways in which Viavi continues to work to integrate and embed sustainability into its strategy and operations. The 2022 ESG Report contains the results of the company’s inaugural ESG Priority Assessment, which guides Viavi’s overall ESG strategy by identifying the environmental, social, and governance topics that have the greatest impact on its business strategy, success, and ability to generate long-term value. The 2022 ESG Report also includes the company’s disclosures aligned with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and additional data regarding carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, energy consumption, human capital management, and other relevant topics.


Viavi promotes environmentally friendly practices and strives to conduct its business in a sustainable manner.

  • Viavi’s Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 COemissions are 42 per cent lower than they were in 2015, and COemissions intensity has decreased between 2017 and 2021 on both a headcount Full Time Equivalent (FTE) and a revenue basis.
  • By running cloud-based test software for customers on the company’s centralised servers, Viavi reduces the potential CO2emissions compared to each customer hosting the software themselves. VIAVI optical filters used in smartphone facial recognition systems save over 1 million metric tons of CO2 per year. GEOoptimise allows service providers to optimize their mobile networks so they use less power.
  • Viavi is engaged in a number of sustainability projects across its global sites, including the use of reclaimed water for an evaporative cooling system at Viavi’s new global headquarters in Chandler, Arizona and transitioning its Suzhou, China site to 100 per cent renewable electricity within the next two years, which Viavi expects will result in a reduction in annual Scope 2 CO2emissions by over 3,000 metric tons.


The Viavi culture is made up of the diverse contributions of 3,600 employees worldwide representing more than 30 self-identified nationalities working across 30 countries. Viavi is committed to promoting and maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment and offering equal opportunities to everyone.

  • Viavi has created programs to attract and develop emerging talent, including our Research and Development Early-Career Program, for Network and Service Enablement, and Optical Security and Performance Products.
  • The success of Viavi’s Safety program is demonstrated by its best-in-class Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR), significantly lower per 100 full-time workers per year compared to all industries and the industry category (NAICS 5179) in which Viavi
  • In FY 2022, on average, 28 per cent of VIAVI’s U.S. suppliers were certified as diverse, verified by a third party on a quarterly basis. The company’s vision is to grow a diverse and inclusive global supply chain, which includes annual spending with diverse-owned suppliers, as well as working with others to expand and enable inclusive sourcing practices across the industry.
  • Viavi wanted to offer support to the children and families of Ukraine through corporate donations to two nonprofit organizations providing emergency response on the ground. After carefully researching various organizations, the company identified UNICEF Emergency Response Fund for the Children of Ukraine and German Red Cross as the relief entities best positioned to deliver help immediately.


Viavi furthered its commitment to the highest standards of business ethics and corporate governance through the implementation of business practices, tools, training, and communications.

  • Eight out of nine members of our Board of Directors are independent (89 per cent), and four are women or diverse (44 per cent).
  • Board members are elected on an annual basis, and the Board considers length of tenure when reviewing nominees in order to maintain overall balance of experience, continuity, and fresh perspective. Two-thirds of the Board have fewer than 10 years of tenure.
  • All Viavi employees and the Board of Directors are expected to adhere to its comprehensive Code of Business Conduct. Employees receive training biennially and certify their commitment to the Code annually in addition to training and awareness on other important governance and compliance topics.

Commenting on the release of ESG Report 2022, Oleg Khaykin, president and CEO, Viavi, said, “Over the past few years, and through the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, Viavi has taken steps to further strengthen our ESG initiatives, including embracing the practices and behaviors that create the right environment for people to succeed.’’

Meanwhile, Richard Belluzzo, Board Chair, Viavi, said, “We will remain focused on helping our customers succeed, creating a more inclusive workforce, and making our business more sustainable in the years ahead, and believe that steadfast focus on our ESG initiatives accelerates our ability to deliver on these promises.”