The safety of our employees, contractors, environment and the public is our highest value. We will continue developing safety and training programs for our suppliers and contractors to ensure consistency and accountability. Review our
Supplier Code of Conduct to see how our core values and principles within our Code of Business Conduct tie to the way we conduct business with our suppliers. Employees and contractors are obligated to
stop work they believe could adversely impact the health and safety of others or the environment.
2018 Chesapeake Contractor Orientation
The web-based training has been discontinued due to technical difficulties. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or confusion. Contractors may complete Chesapeake's orientation by viewing the video and submitting a roster to the local Chesapeake Safety representative to receive 2018 hard hat stickers.
Access the orientation video here.
The video will be available soon in ISN, and ISN may be used to track internal completion if you so desire. Currently, roster submission to local Chesapeake Safety is required. If you have completed the training online since January 29 and have not received stickers, submit a roster to your local Chesapeake Safety representative.
Contractor orientation also includes the following message from CEO Doug Lawler:
"At Chesapeake, our number one priority is to provide a safe work environment for
our employees, contractors, landowners and the communities where we operate.
We are committed to operating responsibly and living our core values of integrity,
trust, transparency and stewardship of corporate resources and the environment.
As our partner, we urge you to embrace our safety culture, where safety, environmental
stewardship and loss prevention are thoroughly integrated into all of our operations.
This manual outlines basic safety and environmental requirements that all personnel
must follow when working on Chesapeake Work Sites. Please take extra time and
precautions to be safe, and
stop work if you believe conditions or practices may
be unsafe or cause harm to the environment.
To create an incident-free work environment, every Chesapeake employee and
contractor must accept individual and collective safety responsibility. Managing
our business with integrity and trust will help us foster a culture that inspires
environmental and safety excellence and will lead to ongoing growth and success."
Chesapeake has established a relationship with
ISNetworld (ISN) to help our
company objectively manage contractor requirements regarding environmental, health and safety programs. For any Chesapeake ISN inquiries please contact