ExxonMobil says committed to safety in the oil industry  


ExxonMobil Guyana hosted a workshop on Thursday to demonstrate its commitment to the values of safety management in the oil and gas industry.

The Contractor Safety Management Workshop targeted contractors within all aspects of the industry and was held at the Marriott Hotel in Kingston Georgetown.

Focused on integrated planning, safe execution of work and safety leadership and workforce engagement, the workshop was attended by key representatives from SBM Offshore; Saipem; TechnipFMC, Stena, Noble, Bristow; G-Boats; Seacor; Bourbon; Tidewater and Nalco Champion.

According to ExxonMobil’s Country Manager in Guyana, Rod Henson, the company aims to protect the safety of its employees, others involved in the operations, the public and the environment.

“As we continue to work here, as the workload increase we have to ensure that we do this without anyone getting hurt.”

ExxonMobil’s Country Manager in Guyana, Rod Henson

The Country Manager said that it is critical for all stakeholders to be engaged directly on the issue of safety.

“So we bring in our contractors throughout the work chain, off shore folks onshore folks…we get together, we share our experiences we share our learning, we collaborate.

“We kind of look each other in the eyes and align on the fact that safety is the most important thing,” Henson said.

He also noted that the oil industry can bring benefits to the country in a safe and responsible manner.

“We care not only about the business objectives that we have but how those objectives are obtained,” Henson said.

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