getting results the right way
we cultivate a culture of integrity and commit ourselves to do things the right and responsible way
The principles of responsibility, trust and integrity guide our actions and shape our operations. We follow The Chevron Way by prioritizing culture, pursuing operational excellence and advancing corporate governance.
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We disclose our performance data annually, on topics like our global employee diversity and energy efficiency including air, waste and water metrics.
We invest in people to strengthen organizational capability and develop a talented global workforce that gets results the right way. Our success in attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce comes from strategies, programs and processes based on The Chevron Way.
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the chevron way
workforce training and engagement
advancing operational excellence together
we continuously improve how we work to reduce health, safety and environmental risks
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Chevron’s leaders drive our culture of Operational Excellence (OE) by managing risk and learning from each other. We focus on performing every task the right way, every time, to keep our people, partners, communities and the environment safe. Our OE objectives and expectations guide our efforts in six key focus areas: workforce safety and health; process safety, reliability and integrity; environment; efficiency; security; and stakeholders.
2019 was our second safest year in recent history. This success is a credit to the Operational Excellence Management System (OEMS), established in 2004 to manage health, safety and environmental risks. The OEMS enables us to assess risks, identify safeguards and implement programs to assure these safeguards are effective. We constantly strive to learn and innovate to keep people safe.
advancing corporate governance
we believe good governance helps us apply the chevron way in all that we do
Chevron believes strong governance is the foundation for delivering strong shareholder value. Our governance structures reflect our commitment to fostering long-term relationships, trust and goodwill with our shareholders, ensuring that our decisions and actions advance and respond to shareholders’ interests and supporting full transparency. Our Investor Relations and Corporate Governance teams focus on engaging with shareholders and investors on a range of key issues, including operations, finance, governance, executive compensation, environmental topics, safety and policy.
the environmental, social and governance team
In 2018, Chevron created a dedicated team to engage on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues with investors, other stakeholders, framework developers – such as the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) – the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), and ESG rating agencies. The ESG team and, when appropriate, senior executives, subject matter experts and, when appropriate, our Lead Director regularly conduct in-depth discussions with investors and stakeholders. We aim to engage annually with our top 50 investors and other key stakeholders. Chevron gains valuable feedback during these engagements, and this feedback is shared with the Board and relevant Board committees. The ESG team regularly briefs the GIC on its efforts and supports the briefing of the PPC.
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board governance and membership