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Title: Aruba Esso news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30-44 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lago Oil and Transport Company, Ltd
Publisher: Lago Oil and Transport Co., Ltd.
Place of Publication: Aruba Netherlands Antilles
Creation Date: September 1984
Frequency: biweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Petroleum industry and trade -- Periodicals -- Aruba   ( lcsh )
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Language: Text in English and papiamento.
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AW&A Ess

Lago Oil & Transport Co., Ltd.
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles


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WJI""S


VOLUME 46 NO. 9 SEPTEMBER 1984


Over


200 employees



learn Safety



Audit Techniques


President Antonio Cavallaro in his
opening remarks at the Alanagement
Safety .ludil raining: "'O r task is
twofold: One, w'e miiaut recognize when
things are done wrong, and two, wze must
do something about it ..."

( )\ 1c 200 cmploN tcs of ill
d(cl.art in tllt s atl il Inag \\ ill lbe
.11i(llii l(u the Mliana cnI 'nt Salet\
Audit l'I ainling dill inl the months
of ()< I ;hob l and Noil o\ (i1nicr
'I sl s thilc inipol lance
nlani agl n ti' gi\c s to I l is training
pIogi niln. Plsidllnt Antonio
Ca\ .llat o i lma ked the following
at the initiation of the course: "At
Lago \e\ aie cnmphasi/ing safety,
because we believe that all injuries
can be avoided. It is our task to
see to it that all work is done
safely.
The task is twofold: One, we must
recognize when things are done
wrong, and two, we must do
something about it. If we do not,
an accident will surely happen. If
we do not alert someone when he
is doing something wrong, we are
in effect telling hem that what he
is doing is all right, and that is
very detrimental."
"To help members of management
and supervision accomplish that
task," said Mi. Dwight Monk,


Senior Safety Consultant of the Du
Pont Company and the instructor
of the program. "we will teach
them elective techniques for safety
auditing. That is the objective of
this training program."
How does that contribute to
accident prevention? "We have
found out." said Mr. Monk, "that
in our own Du Pont companies.
96% of all accidents are caused by
human error. In this safety audit
course, we teach the participants
to detect potential risks by
watching people at work,
analyzing those work activities lblo
risks, and then do something about
the problems encountered."
In teams of three, Mr. Monk
conducts safety audits in the
refinery. "Mans people aren't
accustomed to looking at people
and their actions." explained Mr.
Monk. "They've been taught to
look at equipment. In fact. the\
spend their time on the 4% instead
ol the 96% that cause the


accidents."
On the audit trip. the participants
have to observe the positions of the
people, their actions and how they
use the tools and equipment.
Afterwards, a discussion of the
observations takes place and the
participants are to develop
ideas on how to make the refinery
a safer place to work.
According to Mr. Monk, this
Management Safety Audit
Training is one of the most
important aspects of managing
safety. "This course," he said. "is
the most important step any
company can take to raise its
standard of performance and to
maintain it. That is why we
recommend the participants to
spend 30 minutes to one hour a
week watching their people at
work and correcting the problems
they see."
In other words, this training is just
the beginning of a continuous
audit activity. *


Part of Group I participants of the Management Safety Audit course during the 4-hour
classroom session.







ARUBA ESSO NEWS


SEPTEMBER 1984 1


Mr. Dwight Monk of Du Pont, conducting a safety audit tour in the field with three of the
classroom participants. Mr. Monk points out that in order to detect potential risks, one
must learn to "watch people at work, analyze their work activities and then do something
about the problems encountered."


Mas cu 200 empleado di tur e
departamentonan na Lago lo asisti
na e Management Safety Audit
Training durante e lunanan di
October y November.
Pa enfatizA e importancia cu
gerencia ta duna na e program
aki di entrenamiento, Presidente
Antonio Cavallaro a remarcA lo
siguiente na comienzo di e curso:
"Nos na Lago ta enfatizando
seguridad, pasobra nos ta kere cu
tur herida por word evita. Ta nos
area pa wak pa tur trabao word
haci na un manera sigur.
E tarea tin dos aspect: Uno, nos
mester reconoc6 ora cu cosnan ta
wordo haci robez y dos, nos mester
haci algo pa drecha esaki. Si nos no
haci6, un accident to tuma lugar
indudablemente. Si nos no alertA
un hende ora cu e ta hasiendo algo
robez, nos ta en realidad bisando e
persona ey cu lo cual e ta hasiendo
ta bon, y esey ta hopi dailoso.
"Pa yuda miembronan di gerencia
y supervision logra e tarea ey", Sr.
Dwight Monk, Senior Consultant
di Du Pont Compan y e
instructor di e program di
entrenamiento aki a bisa, "nos lo
sifia nan tecnicanan efectivo pa
revision di seguridad. Esey ta e
obhetivo di e program aki di
entrenamiento."
Con esey ta contribui na
prevention di accident? "Nos a
descubri," Sr. Monk a bisa, "cu
den nos propio companianan di
Du Pont, 96% di tur e
accidentenan ta wordo causa pa


errornan human. Den e curso aki
di revision di seguridad, nos ta
sifia e participantenan pa detectA
riesgonan potential door di
observe hendenan cu ta trahando,
analizando e actividadnan di
trabao pa mira kiko e riesgonan
ta, y e ora ey haci algo tocante di
e problemanan cu a word
encontri."
Den equipo di tres persona, St.
Monk ta dirigi revisionnan di
seguridad den e relineria. "Hopi
hende no ta costumbra pa observe
hendenan y nan accionnan." Sr.
Monk a splica. "Nan a wordo siina
pa wak e equipo. En realidad
anto, nan ta gasta nan tempo
ariba e 4% en bez di e 96% cu ta
causa e accidentenan."
Ariba e excursion di revision, e
participantenan master observe e


Mas cu 20(


empleado


ta sina


t6cnicanan


pa revise

seguridad

position di e hendenan. nan
accionnan N con nan ta uza e
hermentnan y e ecquipo. Dcspues, c
observacionnan ta wordo discuti \
e participantenan mestet bin cu
ideanan pa hacr c iefineria tin
lugar mas signr pa tlaha
Segun Si. Monk, e Nlanagemen,
Safet\ Audit Training ta uin di e
aspectonan mas important pa
maneha sguridad "E curso aki."
ela bisa. "ta e cos mas important
cu cualkquicl compania por haci pa
subi su norma di ehecucion di
trabao y pa mantene csaki Ta
pese\ nos ta recomenda e
participantenan pa dcdica 30
minuua pa un hora pa siman
observando nan hlendenan oia nan
ta trahando y corigicndo c
problemanan cu nan ta mira."
Cu otio palabra, e cntirenamienlo
aki ta solamente e cuminzamento
di un actividad continue di
revision. 0


To kick-off the Off-The-Job Safety campaign, employees were asked to contribute with
off-the-job safety slogans. The winners of the contest were Agapito Hoek with his slogan
in Papiamento "Na trabao ... of pafor, seguridad ta mihor" and Dave Fleming with
"Safety is Right! Day and Night". On photo, from left to right, Dave Fleming. President
Antonio Cavallaro, Agapito Hoek and Gene Goley, the Off-The-Job Safety Committee
Chairman.


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SEPTEMBER 1984 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 3


B D I


SIMPLE STEPS TO


TREAT


A BURN


Sooner ot late., Voui ma\ have to
deal \w ith a burln. either on
yourself o oi a lamilx member
The kitt hen at home. lor instance.
is a gieat soin(' of heat. and thus
fot buIrns: hot liquids. pots and
pans, diec(t flunace flres and high
oven tempciattn es. Belore ot o or a
lami mtineirbe is affected. it is
important to lind out how to treat
a but n and lihen to seek
prolessional help.
Almost all lIist dleice iutins.
xhh ih look red like a sinlmin. cant
lI tirated at lonic. Small second
dectre buit ns, w\ ih hat le list cs
on tll skinll. call also be treated at
hiomn Ho\\exci, if th(e buin
invo\l\cs tihe (c es caas, lace., hands.
o feetl. ol <(oxers a laige area, it
should be tIeated bi a doclot All
thild delre )bulns. whllich involve
actual dcsti nation of skin. must be
ticatcd at hospital
The \ri\ list thing to do \xith an\
bilt l is to willo\( i thl'e sOu11 of
heat and to appl\ ice ol cold
wattl (otnpresc cs diiectl\ to tile
but n. This should be continued bor
ab)outt '0 mlin111tes.
Next. tihe )lulli area should be
xtashed igentil \xith tool \xaler and
a mild soap. A\ blisters that are
preIent should not be broken but
left iltat t. Coat the l)but wii ith a
thin la\ci of petroleum tellr oi an
antibiotic ointment. sin Ih as
bat itacin ,and co\ci it w ith a
stein ile gall/C dressing. It voil do
not have am gailze, the burn can
be left iln(o\ered Home remedies.
such as butters and oils, should not
I)e used. as those aie not steiile
solutions and \%ill onl\
contaminate the wtt pounds.
The most important principle in
treating burns is to avoid infection.
This means that the burn MUST
be kept CLEAN. The dressing
should be changed dail\ and
checked for an\ sign of infection,
such as the presence of pus, a Ibul
smell, or any worsening of the
appearance of the burn. If any of
those signs are noticed, \oull
doc'toi should be contacted.


The pain associated with the burn
is best treated with a mild
painkiller, such as aspirin. If that


Pot ta, cu na cualquier occasion, bo
lo master trata un quemadura, sea
na bo mes of na un miembro di
lamilia. E cushina na cas. por
chemplo, ta un fuente grand di
calor, y como tal. tambe pa
quemaduranan: liquidonan
cayente, weya y panchi, candela
director di stool y temperaturanan
halto di lorno. Prome cu abo of un
miembro di familiar wordo alectA.
ta important pa haya sA con pa
trata un quemadura y ki ora pa
busca a\Ludo professional.
Casi tur quemadura di prome
grado, cu tin un color corral
manela kimA-di-solo. por wordo
trata na cas. E quemaduranan
chikito di segundo grado. cu ta
ocasiona blaar ariba e cuero.
tambe por w\ordo trata na cas.
Sinemlargo. si ta uni quimadura
na \\o\\o, caia. man, of pia. of iun
quemadura cu ta cubri un area
grand. c mester \\ordo atendi pa
un dokter. Tur quemadura di
tercer grado, cu ta enxolv6 tin
destruction real di e cuero. mester
w\ordo tlata na tin hospital.
E prome cos pa haci ora di trata
cualquier quemadura, ta pa kita e
fuente di calor \ pone
compresanan di ijs of a\\a friiuw
directamente aiiba e quemadura.
Esaki mester continue pa mas o
menos 30 minuut.
Siguientemente, e area di
quemadura master word labal
poco poco cu awa regularmente
flieuxx iin habon suave.
Cualquiei blaar cu a forma no


is not enough. the patient should
see a doctor.
So remember these important
principles: apply ice, keep it clean,
and watch h bor infection.

Note: So far this year, theie were
one on-the-job and three oll-the-
job disabling injuries caused by
burns.


mester wordo kibri. pero mester
wordo laga henter. Hunta y cubri
e quemadura cu un capa tini di
"petroleum jelly" of un "antibiotic
ointment", esta un balsamo
antibi6tico. manera Bacitracin y
cubri e quemadura cu verband di
gaas steril. Si bo no tin "gauze
bandage", bo por keda sin cubri e
quemadura x lag6 asina mes.
Remedinan domestico, manera
manteca of azetanan. no mester
word uza. como cu esakinan no
ta solucionnan sterile y solamente lo
contaminA e quemaduranan.
E regla mas important den
tratamento di quemaduranan ta
pa evita infeccion. Esaki kier men
cu e quemadura MESTER word
teni LIMPI. Diariamente e
verband master \%ordo cambiA y
control pa mira si tin cualquier
indication di inteccion. manera e
presencia di pus, tn holor
desagradable. of si e quemadura ta
parse di a bira peor. Si cualquier
di e indicacionnan aki \\ordo notA,
tuma contact cu 1)0 dokter.
E dolor cu ta asocia cu e
cIuemadura por xa ordo ali\ iA
mihor cu un calmante, manera
aspirin. Si esex no ta basta. ta
nilhot pa e paciente bai dokter.
Corda e principionan impoltanle
aki: pone ijs, tene limpi. \ te;ie
cuidao pa infection.
Nota: Te awor e aifa aki, tabata
tin iun herida incapacitante na
trabao y tres herida incapacitante
palor di trabao, cu a woido causa
pa quemaduranan.


Pa:Dr. LarryDCro



Pasonan simple pa


trata un quemadura








ARUBA ESSO NEWS


As large as Exxon is, the basically
simple way Exxon organizes its
multifaceted interests makes it easy
to understand who we are.
Picture an organization chart,
with 14 boxes. Eight of these
represent companies that perform
functional tasks, irrespective of
geography; the others represent
companies that are responsible for
energy related operations in
different parts of the world. The
former are called "operating
companies" and the latter
"regions."
Here is an updated thumbnail
sketch of Exxon and its 14 parts,
including headquarters' locations
and approximate number of
employees as of year-end 1983.

Exxon Corporation

Broad policy guidance for the
entire corporation is provided by
corporate headquarters in New
York City, under the general
direction of Exxon's board of
directors. The day-to-day
management of the corporation is
the responsibility of the chief
executive officer assisted by a
management committee composed
of senior executives.
The executives oversee
management performance in the
major operating companies and
regions with special attention to
three areas: long-range investment
plans and capital budgets,
operating results, and the ability to
find and identify executive talent
and use it effectively.
The New York headquarters
includes staff departments
specializing in various phases of
the petroleum business, as well as
departments responsible for
finance, controllership, taxation,
law, corporate planning, investor
relations, communications and
computer sciences, employee
relations, medical and
environmental health services,
office of coal coordination and
public affairs.
Several of these corporate
departments are located in East
Millstone and Florham Park, N.J.
Number of employees: 1,700.




Reprinted from
"Manhattan"


WHAT 1E


Regions



Exxon Company USA
Responsible lot petroleum,
natural gas, and synthetic fuels
in the U.S. Includes exploration,
production, refining, marketing
and supporting services.
Companies affiliated with Exxon
USA handle coal, pipelines,
shipping, insurance and leal
estate development.
Headquarters: Houston, Texas.
Number of employees: 30,300


Esso Middle East

Coordinates the bulk of Exxon's
oil and gas interests in Saudi
Arabia, Egypt, Qatar and The
United Aiab Emiiates. Most of
the employees of the alliliated
companies in the legion are local
nationals Headquarters: New
York Cit\. Number of
employees: headquarterss and
expatriates) 270


Esso Europe Inc.
Coordinates oil and gas interests
in Eulope and Afica. including
oil, gas and coal interests in
Austria, the Benelux countries,
France. Greece, Italy, Portugal,
Finland, Scandinavia, Spain.
Switzerland, the United
Kingdom, and West Germans.
Headquaiteis London. Number
of employees: 27,400


Imperial Oil Limited
(70 percent ownership)
Responsible flo the following
operations in Canada:
petlolcum, natural gas: mincials.
coal; chemicals and labi n ated
p) oducts: Iesearch and
engineering wi vices.
Headquatters. Toionto Nmlbei
ot employees 13.100.


Esso Eastern Inc.

Cooidmnates oil. gas, oil shale
and coal interests in lthe Ia
East, South and Southeast Asia.
and Austialia Emplo\ces aie
most\ nationals ol the countlll i
in which the\ woik
Headqual tces Houston. exas
Number of employees 9,400


Esso Inter-America Inc.
Oil. gas, and coal interests in
Central and South Ami ica and
in the Caribbean; and
international marketing ol coal
(excluding Impel al coal) into
markets outside Not th Amti i a
Headquailers Cotal (ables.
Florida Nuimbel of emplo\ tc,
8,800


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SEPTEMBER 1984 ARUBA ESSO NEWS 5


IXON?

















Operating



Companies


Exxon Enterprises

I i lul s I t'tn i I i lltii i Is i t 1. 11
, r1( 1 \' umI \ t lllli


Ilils lilo Indi L.\\von N ti 1{ o11
l.'\ n, ( )lli t S\ sIt h iti.s. G ill< 1
, ind HS ] -cl lnd /dii lm

I\n tliu l t i I e ii\ \Ilntl t l <'nq) l mcvII\( ~ I09(JO


Exxon Production Research
Company

P rlotlnis i-se c](ih, des l tIopmlil
a1l gin ee l tuII 1 i stidlus i claiin
in) i< dis'ist)\i and pdindo tonl
of p-tioltumi. oil s]ila and (omal
Ofl'l s ic-scain 1 alsssiani t to
allilialis l( lllt rid in icoiogI\,
coph\s il s gen( istlt \,
dc killing, )lodic iion pip lic inig.
IolIslt, opti ] atollJ icl"tt\ iii
analysis aict, dcit\lopmntnl
Hadqtuail (i, Honoiion. 1c'\as
Ntmlltli of tnimpltlo is 1.600


Exxon Chemical Company Exxon International
L Company


MNI.nat ig s. lA ns 'ol Id(\ dl'
i(ht-n l.i iinl, ,t In 'sales, ianks
,1 In I, l >[I pa \\I \I ld u nd l Jt uth
laiii !basild in thc t ni cri
Stiat( Opa)lationsl it](
O (rldinlat l c lout
oMi g viii ioiins l itarl ia ltris in
IH uston. Bi sscls. Hong Kong
nid l oIonto. td l latitel b inLg
Ih i ( al t it iIm a ion ol Impe ial
O() limited T'In Ilodut lines
liit tit imanl i \ t'[Io hnl al's.
ipo ll m-tts ana labli atc d
pI (odl( 1-, ;gl oi t lmiall i hemni'als
in(d sol ints and specialt\
l bnit, als itic cat-li managed as a
\\id\ri d icl buinew,, \it its o%'n
nilat nu a(ui toing. marketing and
tcc hnolos\ active itiLs
Headquaitcis Dal ien.
C:onnertII nc Numbet of
cmploxc s 18.100 l'hiese
nitni)cis do not include
Impeiial's Chcmical Di\ vision. i


Exxon Minerals Company

\\ oi ld\\ ide coo dinating and
ope acting tesponsibtilt. foi all
non-h\ d oca lbon mine als
at tl it ics except loi il anilim
oxide marketing and faliicataion
and lot operations in Canada
Headciquateis Houston. Texas.
Number of employees: 1.800


Esso Exploration Inc.

Oil aand a's ex\[)loalton.
pl int pallh in .\liti a. Liuopec.
Asia and Soitll A.\ei(a. and t
mobile i.ai ine di killing
i\in cld ildc. except in (i canada
aind tihe I nit'd States
Hcadquatitlis Hotsion. lI xas.
Nitumnil of elmp)lo\es0 570


Coolinate s ih international
suppl\, a qitsition and
iianspxtation loi (i ude oil and
piodutn s ltoI Ixxon s alliliatcs
\ ol Id \ ide Sells. piii chases, and
exchanges ci lud oil and
piodiIcts to balance the
company's itntinlational needs.
and to impiox\ plotitalilitl.
(ooidinatis the inIeinational
marketing ol and pio\ ides
techn ical assistance in itle areas
of a\ nation luels. ma ine luclk.
lublicants and petroleum coke
Opefatre and maintains an
international lleet of oceangoing
tankeis and prosdes technical
assistance and research in the
ateas ol tanker design.
construction and operations.
Headquariles: Flolham Paik.
Nei\ Jerse%. Numlbe ol
emplo\ ees: 1.700.


Exxon Research and
Engineering Company

Performs exploiator .
fundamental and applied
research and development in
petroleum, coal. oil shale and
other resource areas. Oilers
complete engeerinnng sert ices on
processes. plants and support
equipment. Pios ides ieseaich
and technological applications
on processes and products.
Headquarters: Clinton, Ne\\
Jeise\. Number of emplo ees
3.700.


Reliance Electric Company

Designs. manufactures, markets
and ser\ ices a bioad line of
indus ial automation
components and systems lot
\uold\\ide markets Includes
electrical molois. dli es.
controls: \ ceiling and control
equipment: mechanical po\ei
iI ansmission equipment:
telecommunication components
and electtical po rci distlibutlion
equipment. Headqualter i
Cle\cland. Ohio Numlbei of
emplo\ ces. 23.300.





ARUBA ESSO NEWS


SEPTEMBER 1984


25 more employees win

prizes in the AUgUst and

September drawings


* 10 employees not


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Victor Marval
OP&M
Car Stereo, 2 speakers


David Geerman
Operations-Mechanical
Car Timing Light


Andres Tromp
Operations-Mechanical
Car Cover


Harold Kock
Administration
Fire Extinguisher


appearing in pictmles


Inocencio Koolman
Operations-Fuels
Portable Typewriter


Alex Kock
Administration
Car Seat Covers


Jose Kock
Administration
Booster Cable


I


Juan Kelly Henry Henriquez
Operations-HDS Operations-HDS
Leather Handbag Vacuumn Cleaner


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wpue a

agvte to

*attn


About 200 employees ha e
participated in this year's Lago
Interdepartmental softball
tournament. OM&S received
the winning troph\. while
Technical I became sub-
champion. Congratulations to
the winners. but also to all
participants lor completing this
9-\\eek tournament without an\
disabhlng iniul ies.
Don Esch receives trophy for the
OM&S team.


Final game OM&S v's Technical I.








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ARUBA ESSO NEWS


SEPTEMBER 1984


This \(,at I I oi the -utive Neat-, Lago has otleicd a 40-holn
life 1-1 1 1 ) o J)tnth consc(
,q Itif i I I g in to paiticipants of ovet 10 difl6ent counnics.
]'%%o sepatate (7011)Scs NCIC held, one lot- Lnglish speaking paiticipants
and thc otlici lot dic Spanish speaking ones. The program inClUded
thcoictical ba(kgtwund inlotmation and practical cxl3eiience on the
fit(' Hailling g1OH1 I s
A 1111111bct of (111al lcd obsciveis considei the Lago Fite Training
(4('IIL('l to Me on rl same lexel as some of'the better kno"n
professional school, such as Texas A&NI and the Louisiana State
I 'ni\cisit\, (ommuritcd Bill CienshaxN, Lago's ex Security
Administiatoi. befoic his depaituic. In the lour )ears of training at
Lago, o%(-t 25 counnics lia\e sent representatives to attend.
This \cai's piolgiam NNas undei the dnection of'Fire Chiel'Errol
BioxNn NNith the aistancc of Lago's Voluntcei Fite Fighters and the
plof(ssiollal file fightcls.


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