We require our visitors and employees to follow social distancing procedures. We are reinforcing these rules by running social-practicing reminders with station’s music system.
We require our employees to use gloves and change them in between tasks. We require every employee to wear a mask. We have installed plexiglass barriers at the sales counters. Hand sanitizer is available for both employees and customers at the sales counters.
We have increased the frequency of making sure company-owned and operated stations are safe for your visit to every 30 minutes.
We are cleaning all frequently touched surfaces, like countertops, door handles, dispensers, buttons, and food equipment.
We believe in the power of humanity to solve any challenge. Together with our global partners, Chevron is enacting a series of social investment and support initiatives to help communities and nonprofits address the COVID-19 public health crisis.
In response to COVID-19, for the health and safety of our employees we have updated workplace policies.
In addition to advising employees to stay at home if they have any flu or cold-like symptoms, they have been advised of their paid-leave and leave-of-absence options.
Those age 65 or older or of any age with a chronic medical condition have been given COVID-19 relief pay to stay home with pay through May 31. We have also provided appreciation pay to those who have decided to continue working.
We are contributing to the DonorsChoose program “Keep Kids Learning” with a $500,000 grant. Chevron’s contribution to DonorsChoose aligns with our deeply rooted commitment to education and will help provide teachers in highest-need schools with grants to purchase essential remote learning supplies.
Outside the U.S, we are working with global partners on a variety of initiatives, such as helping to fund emergency services in remote parts of Western Australia and providing medical supplies to hospitals in Thailand.