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Case study: How ExxonMobil ensures employee health and wellness


As the largest publicly held oil and gas company in the world, with a diversified portfolio of high-quality assets, projects and resources across the company’s Upstream, Downstream and Chemical businesses, caring for the health and well-being of its approximately 73,500 employees, is more than just a priority for ExxonMobil. It is a core value and an essential part of the company’s culture, that relates to every aspect of its operations.


Abstract


ExxonMobil regards the protection, through effective solutions, of its workforce and operations from major health threats as fundamental to the company’s enduring business success. In order to ensure employee health and wellness ExxonMobil took action to:

• identify and evaluate occupational health risks

• implement prevention, control and monitoring programs

• support employee health through the Culture of Health program

• minimize worker fatigue


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GENRE
Entreprise et management
SORTIE
2018
12 juin
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
20
Pages
ÉDITEUR
FBRH Consultants Ltd
TAILLE
9.2
Mo

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