Traffic Management relies heavily upon the quality and performance of the site-based operatives and supervision, and here at Chevron we are incredibly proud of ours. The structured approach we have towards training and development recognises the importance of every individual.
Such is our commitment to training, we operate our own 'in house' training facility. Not only does this ensure a highly trained technical workforce, it also affords the opportunity for us to promote the Chevron culture towards our work and customers.
New operatives are immediately enrolled onto our training program, which includes assessment in accordance with the LAAS Scheme (Sector 12). They are regularly monitored, both internally and externally, as a programme of on-going training is essential to maintain the ratios required on-site. Those with potential can progress, going on to sit the Sector 12 Foreman’s Course.
Our management structure is also well established. It allows Area Managers to operate with a high degree of independence in order that they can maximise the benefit of their local road network knowledge and resources, whilst enjoying the support and leverage of a large national company.
Our people are our biggest asset so we are fully committed to welcoming and integrating all our new employees into the business. Our induction and training programmes are regularly reviewed to ensure that they continue to provide the tools and knowledge needed in the first days, weeks and months of employment. We aim to support every individual to help them achieve their full potential.