Addressing Infectious Diseases in Oil and Gas Workplace: Ebola Preparedness and Response Key Learnings

Recorded On: 04/07/2015

This presentation will cover the following:


1. What / Where are the Infectious diseases threats – maps of geographic distribution of key diseases including one on reemerging diseases such as coronavirus and Ebola
o While infectious diseases prevail in different parts of the world with high transmission
o They are only one or two flights far from any location and no operation site can be pathogen proof


2. Why such diseases are important to address:
o Protect workers' health and safety,
o prevent operation disruption (outbreaks can shut down platforms, lead to strikes or affect large proportion of camp workers), maintain productivity and keep ability to operate
o preserve company reputation and license to operate

3. Diseases Cases in Company workplaces:
o Malaria and other key vector borne diseases, TB, and outbreaks

4. How do we prevent and control such health hazards in Company workplaces
o organizational structure, mechanisms and program tools


5. Ebola outbreak preparedness and response key results, learnings and resources

This webinar is categorized under the Health, Safety, and Environment.

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Dr. Malick Diara

Public Health Manager, Exxon Mobil Corporate Department of Medicine and Occupational Health

Dr. Malick Diara is the Public Health Manager of the Exxon Mobil Medicine and Occupational Health Global Corporate Department. His key responsibilities are focused on infectious disease prevention and control in Company workplaces.

Malick is a physician with a Medical Doctorate from Dakar School of Medicine in Senegal (1987), a Master's in Business Administration from the Paris School of Business – Institut Superieur de Gestion (1991) and a Masters in Public Health from Tulane University, Louisiana (1997).

Dr Diara joined ExxonMobil in 2009 after more than 20 years of experience in International Health and Development. He is an African Asian born in Senegal with French and American citizenships. He is based in the US since 2001, after having been working in France, Africa, and the Caribbean.


Randy L. Broiles

ExxonMobil Production Company Vice President for Africa

Randy was appointed Vice President, Africa, ExxonMobil Production Company in February 2014.

He was previously Vice President, Americas, ExxonMobil Production Company. In that position he led all activities related to ExxonMobil's production business in the USA, Canada, and South America.

Randy joined ExxonMobil in 1979 as a process engineer in South Texas and has held positions of increasing responsibility over 30 years, in North America and West Africa.

A native of Texas, Randy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas Tech University and an MBA from Texas A&M University in Kingsville.

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