Corporate Responsibility Summary
We are committed to safely and responsibly producing oil and natural gas.
Safety is more than a company metric — it is priority that reflects our commitment to quality operations. We set strict safety standards and operate so that our work sites are safe for everyone every day.
Our safety performance is a direct reflection of our employees’ dedication to safety. This safety standard is set by CEO Doug Lawler, with guidance and leadership from our Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) team.
“Our safety culture over the past couple of years has improved tremendously. Our employees’ commitment to owning safety and holding each other accountable has been a huge part of that success. One program that embodies this philosophy is Stop Work Authority, which says that every employee and contractor has the right and responsibility to stop work if conditions are unsafe or could harm the environment.” – Vice President of EHS, Brittany Benko
It started as one of employee Jake Holland’s goals — to implement a safety initiative in the Louisville, Ohio, field office. Holland, a Field Services Superintendent, says he didn’t know what would come out of that commitment but knew he wanted to make a difference in the office’s safety performance. What he didn’t know was that his “Who We Work For” campaign would ignite employees and further reiterate that safety is personal at Chesapeake.Read More