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Case study: How Southwestern Energy ensures workplace safety through employee health and safety training

Health and safety in the workplace, not least by establishing a solid safety culture, is a top priority for Southwestern Energy. A comprehensive training system ensures employees gain the skills and knowledge needed to carry out their work safely, with 46,000 hours of health and safety training completed, in 2015, by Southwestern Energy employees.


Striving to guarantee the safety of its employees, Southwestern Energy implements a range of policies and training programs focused on occupational health and safety, updated regularly to ensure effectiveness and employee engagement. In order to ensure workplace safety through employee health and safety training Southwestern Energy took action to:

• train employees to identify safe and unsafe behaviors

• offer driver safety training

• provide crisis response training

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