Phillips 66

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Phillips 66



Please tell us briefly what your company/organisation does

Phillips 66 is a manufacturer of oil and petroleum products. Throughout the UK, Phillips 66 markets fuels and lubricants under the JET brand which operates in 330 independently-operated service stations. Their network of branded distributors supplies directly to the domestic, farming and light industry markets. Phillips 66 Limited is also an established supplier of bulk fuels, including liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), to the commercial, aviation and marine industries.

I/We heard about the campaign through

We're a long time supporter due to our involvement with the Humber LEP and signed up to the Skills Pledge when it was launched in 2013.

I/We signed up to the Humber Skills Pledge because

Phillips 66 signed up to the Skills Pledge as they have being working in all areas of the different pledges for a number of years, but by officially signing up to the Skills Pledge it publicly shows their commitment to the local area and may inspire others to do the same.

How I/we see it benefitting the company/organisation

Phillips 66 hold annual diversity days working with females in the Humber region to encourage them to look at careers within the engineering sector.

How I/We see it benefitting the wider community / local economy

Phillips 66 also fully endorse their staff volunteerism supporting schools and colleges in Governor and MAT Director roles and offers in depth work experience programmes.

If you have recently started fulfilling one or more of the pledges since signing up, what are you doing?

Phillips 66 also hold an annual Pathways into Engineering day aimed at year 12 students, giving them experience with interview, completing job/university applications and round table discussions with a variety of early career engineers, apprentices and scientists. Phillips 66 start their engagement young and is now in its 5th year of EEK (educating, engineering, kids) a day filled with STEM activities, where over 200 year 6 students attend each year, supported by 50 volunteers from the refinery. Since its inception in 2011, over 1,300 students from 34 junior schools have graduated the science and engineering challenge days.

If you were already fulfilling one or more of the pledges before signing up to the campaign, please tell us what you do

As mentioned, they have being fulfilling the pledges for a number of years but since signing the Pledge they have increased their mechanical/chemical and instrument apprentices

What would you say to someone thinking of supporting the campaign?