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OGIL WINS 02 EXPLORATION BLOCKS IN PAKISTAN'S BIDDING 2013 IN MOST PROMISING PROSPECTIVE ZONE UNDER 2012 PETROLEUM POLICY.
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 OGIL - Companies OGIL POLICY ON ALCOHOL & DRUGS
OGIL recognizes that an employee's state of health may affect his ability to perform his job, may restrict the kind of work he can perform and may affect his future employability. This statement of policy is to inform employees of the Company's viewpoint on physical or behavioral disorders resulting from use of drugs or alcohol, to encourage an enlightened attitude towards these disorders and to provide guidelines for consistent handling, throughout the Company, of problems resulting from alcohol and drug use.

The Company will in principle give the same consideration to employees with dependencies on alcohol and/or drugs as it does to employees having a disease.

The Company is concerned only with those situations where the use of alcohol or drugs interfere with the employee's health, safety or job performance, adversely affects the safety or the job performance of other employees or is considered to be so serious as to be detrimental to the Company's business. It will not permit any individual to use alcohol or drugs on its premises nor will it allow an individual who may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs to enter into the work place or Company premises.

In line with OGIL’s commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment (HSE), and in compliance with the OGIL QHSE Management System, we shall maintain a healthy, effective and safety conscious work culture by:

To implement such culture OGIL will:
  • Prohibiting drugs and other related forms of substance abuse
  • Prohibiting self use, manufacture, sale, possession or distribution of drugs and other such related substances (apart from medical prescription)
  • Reserving the right to search any employee and his/her personal belongings for drugs within the work locations
  • Taking disciplinary action, including termination of employment, on any employee who violates this policy
  • Expecting our contractors to apply the same principles to their employees contracted to provide services to the Company.
Legal Drugs
An employee may have legal access to drugs which might impair his/her work performance or create a risk of accidents. These would include drugs prescribed for an employee by a doctor. An employee may be prohibited from work whilst his or her work performance is impaired by them. Where prescribed drugs cause impairment, it is in the best interests of the employee, his/her colleagues and the Company that he/she be given sick leave subject to management discretion.

Employees are prohibited from arriving at Company premises whilst unfit because of the effects of such drugs, or from using such drugs on Company premises. Any employee in breach of this ruling will be subject to disciplinary action and/or dismissal. Any employee found in possession of, or trafficking in these drugs, either as a buyer or seller, whilst on Company premises will be dismissed.