“At Jadestone we strive to create a safe and rewarding working environment for our workforce, and go beyond this to recognise the positive impacts we can make on wider society.”

Lucy Dean

Group HR Manager

2020 Highlights


Lost Time Injuries (LTIs) at operating assets


Nationals directly employed by Jadestone


Apprentice programme participation

2021 Outlook

  • Target Zero recordable incidents, (<2)
  • Undertake Company-wide HSE Culture Survey
  • Complete 8 OHS & Environment audits
  • Implement a community activity in all countries of operation, target 10% increase in spending year-on-year
  • Improve the measurement of community investment impact as well as employee participation in community programmes
  • Retain local national talent, targeting 90% representation
  • Conduct an Employee Engagement Survey, targeting for 80% participation rate
  • Sponsor 2 more apprentices as part of NETTS programme, and provide student internships for at least 5 new graduates
  • Ensure all employees have completed a Performance Review under a range of KPIs
  • Ensure the offshore workforce achieves training and competency levels as defined in the OFfshore training matrix, targeting at least 90% completion

Occupational Health and Safety

Providing a safe working environment and maintaining people’s health and well-being is of paramount importance to Jadestone. The Company is committed to providing a safe and rewarding work environment, and to maintain an exceptional health and safety performance wherever it operates.

Stakeholder Management

Jadestone is committed to engaging with its stakeholders in a transparent and meaningful way, ensuring they are considered in the Company’s processes and operations. Inclusive and tailored stakeholder management is key to successful operations across geographies, jurisdictions and cultures. With an expanding operating footprint in the Asia Pacific region, Jadestone recognises the importance of a comprehensive stakeholder management strategy to successfully and considerately operate in this diverse range of countries.

Community Engagement

Jadestone strives to deliver positive socioeconomic outcomes for the local communities in the countries where it operates. Jadestone recognises that it can create sustainable value for the local communities and maximise positive contribution by:

  • Creating local employment
  • Paying local taxes
  • Supporting local business as part of its supply chain
  • Community support programmes based on community needs

Workforce Management and Diversity

Jadestone strives to create a working environment that recognises and rewards performance, offers development opportunities and promotes diversity. Jadestone’s people strategy focuses on building strong capabilities and driving a diverse culture that optimises workforce performance and fuels business growth. Its approach to managing people is reflective of a diverse workforce that is office and site-based, spanning across a number of geographies and cultures.

Commitment to building a highly skilled workforce for the future

  • NETTS is the National Energy Technician Training Scheme, an innovative collaboration between major oil and gas organisations and Programmed to build a skilled, diverse and capable workforce for the future of the oil and gas industry.
  • Jadestone has registered with the NETTS programme for 2021, where it will select apprentices across Process, Mechanical, and Electrical disciplines.
  • Jadestone Australia welcomed two 3rd year Process Plant specialist apprentices to its offshore team in July 2020 as part of the scheme.
  • Their enthusiasm and eagerness to learn was an excellent fit with the Jadestone culture, and through this programme the Company provided plenty of exposure and real-life experience in the offshore environment to further their education.


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