Chevron Phillips Chemical has received eight annual safety awards from American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) for 2021 performance. Notably, the Borger plant received AFPM’s Gold Safety Award, bestowed upon the top 5% of the industry’s safety performers. Further, the Alamo (Conroe) site garnered once again the AFPM’s Elite Silver Safety Award, presented to the top 10% of U.S. refining and petrochemical plants based on personal and process safety results.
Six company locations also earned AFPM’s Safety Achievement Award in recognition of their overall safety record:
- Bartlesville Research and Technology Center
- Borger plant
- Alamo (Conroe) plant
- Orange plant
- Port Arthur plant
- Pasadena Plastics Complex
“Congratulations to the CPChem sites AFPM recognized this year — our dedicated employees and contractors across the company continue to focus their efforts on operational excellence and advancing our culture of Performance by Design. Caring by Choice™,” said Elliott Johnson, SVP, EHSS. “Receipt of these awards underscores how critical it is for us all to embrace Our Journey to Zero strategy as the lynchpin of our safety and operating culture focused on continuous improvement.”
These awards advance Chevron Phillips Chemical’s long history of operational excellence. The company retains a strong safety record among peer member companies for combined employee and contractor recordable incidence rates, based on available data reported by the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care program. The company also is active in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP), with all 18 wholly-owned U.S. facilities designated as OSHA VPP Star Sites.