Industrial work wear has historically been designed around male body frames, due to the overwhelming demographic associated with this type of work up until now. With the number of women working in operational roles steadily increasing, Aramco recently took a fresh look at its range of personal protective equipment (PPE) with a view to changing this.
The Covid-19 crisis is further crystallizing our focus on what is essential: health, safety and protection of the environment while providing the energy and vital products that society needs to support economic recovery.
In a recent video conference call with Saudi Aramco’s Riyadh Refinery and Distribution employees, Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser reiterated that the health and well-being of every employee.
Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser made a virtual visit to the U.K, Europe, U.S., and Australia to check on the well-being of some of the company’s sponsored students studying in these countries.
The health and safety of our people, communities, operations has always been at the heart of everything we do at Aramco. As we now confront the global spread of COVID-19, this is what drives our response.
To meet increasing complexity and sophistication of operations, Saudi Aramco has initiated a fleet replacement strategy that oversees the replacement of its helicopters and airbuses with new generation models.
Since its inception, Saudi Aramco's Fire Protection Department has been on the front line protecting our people. In a paradigm shift, their ranks are now being joined by female firefighters and young engineers.