Health and safety
Mobil is committed to conducting its business in a manner that protects the safety and health of our employees, contractors, customers and the public. We strive for an incident-free workplace and have set a global safety and health goal of zero injuries and illnesses. We believe that our commitment to safe, secure and incident free operations will contribute to improved operations, greater reliability, lower costs and higher productivity. Mobil reflects these work policies by also supporting community organisations that aim to promote good health and safety.
AA Driver Education Foundation
Young restricted licence drivers are involved in more crashes than any other driving group. Mobil has partnered with the AA Driver Education Foundation to help prevent road accidents among young restricted licence drivers. The 'Going Solo' project aims to provide parents and new restricted licence drivers with information and strategies to help reduce young driver crash risks.
Learn more about the AA Driver Education Foundation Going Solo project, including free download of the Going Solo brochure.
Safe Communities Foundation New Zealand
In New Zealand, injuries are the leading cause of death for people aged 1 to 34 years and the second leading reason why people in these age groups are admitted to hospital. Mobil has partnered with the Safe Communities Foundation New Zealand to support the promotion of a set of fact sheets for parents and health promotion groups on a range of safety issues, including:
The Safety fact sheets are available free from the Safe Communities Foundation New Zealand website
Mobil has been a long term supporter of the Ronald McDonald Houses in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch. Ronald McDonald Houses provide support and accommodation to families whose children are in hospital. Each year these Houses care for over 4,000 families in New Zealand.
Mobil provides support to local fire brigades in communities in which we operate to help them purchase rescue and safety equipment, including fire brigades at:
Mobil also supported St John Christchurch to help purchase a defibrillator.
Alzheimers Auckland provides advice, information, education, support and relief for carers/families. Mobil has assisted Alzhiemers Auckand to promote its services and community awareness about dementia. Alzheimers Auckland can be contacted by freephone 0800 004 001 or via their website.