The health and safety of our employees and our communities is vital. Our tiered crisis response model helps ensure safety and business continuity.
We are constantly monitoring the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as internal health experts.
Our tiered HSE emergency response plan and supporting risk mitigation efforts focus on ensuring the safety of our employees as well as the customers and vendors with whom we work.
Globally, our Corporate Crisis Team provides the following:
Every country has reviewed their local emergency response plans, assessed them for business continuity, and activated their plans in alignment with local authorities.
All global, non-critical business travel is currently restricted.
Additional domestic travel restrictions align to local authority guidance to further minimize exposure.
Facility access control:
Facility and customer location access controls have been implemented at a local level based on local authority requirements.
Locations have implemented measures to align with local authority and/or customer requirements for work location visits.
Our category management, sourcing, and logistics teams continue to work closely with suppliers, freight forwarders, and internal stakeholders to minimize any disruption to our supply chains.
We have completed a full assessment by each product service line to evaluate potential impact and alternative sourcing strategies.
We are considering the impact of any restrictions on shipping lanes and air travel in our lead-time assessments.
Due to the critical role we play in providing energy, Halliburton is a key member in the Energy sector’s essential infrastructure.
We continue to work with our extended value chain and utilize our tiered crisis response to mitigate the evolving risks and ensure ongoing business continuity to deliver critical goods and services to support communities around the world.