ExxonMobil Continues To Operate
EXXONMOBIL PNG will continue to operate normally, to date there have been no confirmed cases within the PNG LNG workforce, according to a spokesperson Despite having two of its employees at Angore (Hides) among the persons of interest recently tested negative.
The spokesperson said, however, they are closely monitoring the situation with guidance from the government, the World Health Organisation and the US Centre for Disease Control (CDC) as we work to protect against the spread of Covid-19 by applying appropriate prevention, detection and response measures.
“As the operator of the PNG LNG project, ExxonMobil has been implementing protective measures consistent with recommendations from these authorities to sustain continued safe operations.
“As a global oil and gas company with operating facilities around the world, we also rely upon our well-established processes to manage impacts related to infectious disease,” the spokesperson said.
The preventive and preparatory measures in Exxon’s workforce and workplace includes, self quarantine of anyone who have arrived in PNG since March 6 from any country on the CDC list of level 3 travel health warning.
Countries that have widespread sustained ongoing community transmission, plus the United States, for 14 days from their arrival in the country. This has since been extended to any country.
Other measures includes, continue to adjust non-critical work activities, staffing levels in light of travel restrictions and have reduced Port Moresby office to minimum staffing, restrictions on visitors to any facility, and pre-positioning of critical staffing for business continuity in the event of an escalation of Covid-19 conditions.
“We will continue to monitor this situation and remain prepared to respond quickly should conditions change.”
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