Health and well-being

We seek the well-being both of our employees and all of the people involved in our operations throughout our entire value chain, and we support them to improve and maintain their health.

We offer our employees the best conditions to stay on top of their health and we get behind measures that reflect our commitment in all of our relationships with those involved in our activities.

Well-being programs

At Repsol, we spread awareness and encourage training on health and well-being among all of our employees.
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Physical Well-Being Program

We encourage physical exercise and we have programs to combat a sedentary lifestyle, boost ergonomics, and improve nutrition, as well as managing contracts for services such as gyms and physiotherapy.
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Emotional Well-Being Program

Stress and anxiety trigger adaptive responses to environmental demands that result in physiological, neurohormonal, and immunity changes. When this reaches high-intensity levels, when it persists or when it is disproportionate to the extent of the stress factor, it's time to intervene.

We have a series of programs to help you manage your emotional well-being. We assess and reassess psychosocial risk factors and provide you with the tools for better managing stress, such as mindfulness and relaxation methods. We also hold talks and workshops on managing emotional well-being.

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Heart-Health Program

Risk prevention and control form the basis of cardiovascular health. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in many countries. Every year, more people die from heart-related illnesses than from any other cause.

At Repsol, we are committed to heart health, which is why we encourage physical exercise and offer programs to combat a sedentary lifestyle, foster good nutrition and help better manage psychosocial-work risk factors. We also monitor the main indicators by conducting health check-ups and ad hoc medical consultations.

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Other programs

Cancer appears when cells start growing out of control. The cancer cells continue to grow and form new cells that displace healthy cells.

These other programs are about creating awareness of addictive substances, cancer prevention, and above all, promoting health and well-being among all stakeholders.

Activities at an international level

In order to care for the health of our employees at our facilities worldwide, we launch a number of specific initiatives on a recurrent basis among which are:

  • Malaria: 1-2 hour in-person training for staff that works or will travel to countries with Malaria.
  • Vaccines: 1-2 hour in-person training for all staff, including local vaccines and for travelers.
  • Specific tests: For employees who need to travel to countries with a high prevalence of tuberculosis, dengue, malaria, etc.
  • On-line travel courses: Mandatory for travelers aimed at raising awareness of local diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, or for preparing for fit-to-work assessment.
  • First aid: Mandatory training for our own as well as external staff in the countries where we operate.
  • Campaigns: Heart health week, Join pink, Flu vaccine, Colon cancer campaign, Prostate cancer campaign, Stroke campaign, among others.
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  • World HIV and STD Days, Communicable diseases (Dengue, Malaria, Tuberculosis, etc.).
  • Occupational health and well-being committees aimed at applying and sharing best practices, standardizing policies, etc.