Growth in the Group’s workforce was driven by a range of factors, including the need to staff the new Petro Giant platform (at LOTOS Petrobaltic), as well as the expanding operations of LOTOS Kolej, LOTOS Asfalt and LOTOS Paliwa.
The Company pursues the principles of diversity management and a policy of equal treatment with due respect for a diversified, multi-cultural society and with particular focus on equal treatment irrespective of gender, age, disability, health, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, religious denomination, irreligiousness, political beliefs, trade union membership, gender identity, family status, lifestyle etc.
Risks to the occupational safety of the LOTOS Group’s employees and contractors performing work on its premises are one of the key risk areas for the organisation. Building a culture of safety and effectively preventing occupational accidents is a priority objective for the management and employees of Grupa LOTOS S.A. To this end, an OHS training programme entitled ‘Know the golden rules of occupational safety for a LOTOS Group employee’ was launched on the e-learning platform. A new project was also launched to visualise occupational safety, involving information and motivation signs, infographics and floor markings.