ExxonMobil reiterates commitment to safety

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, August 22, 2019

During a workshop at the Marriott Hotel, ExxonMobil Guyana’s Country Manager, Rod Henson reemphasised its commitment to a culture of safety by hosting a related workshop for contractors.

According to a release from the oil giant, the Contractor Safety Management Workshop focused on integrated planning, safe execution of work and safety leadership and workforce engagement. It saw attendance key representatives of SBM Offshore; Saipem; TechnipFMC, Stena, Noble, Bristow; G-Boats; Seacor; Bourbon; Tidewater and Nalco.

ExxonMobil Country Manager, Rod Henson addressing the workshop.

Henson indicated that safety is a core value at all ExxonMobil operations and facilities. The release stated that the Country Manager noted the importance of demonstrating that oil and gas can bring benefits to Guyana safely and responsibly.

“We care not only about the business objectives that we have but how those objectives are obtained,” Henson was quoted as saying.  The release also noted the Country Manager’s belief that it is important that all stakeholders united on the issue of safety.

As such the company reiterated its commitment to safety highlighting that “ExxonMobil Guyana aims to protect the safety of its employees, others involved in our operations, the public and the environment.”


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