Working in remote areas can be stressful for your employees. But with reliable and safe environments, you can give them an experience that makes them feel right at home. Whether your workplace is located in a drilling camp in Canada or an offshore rig in the Gulf of Mexico, our comprehensive services can help you maximize comfort and convenience for your workforce.
Our goal is to provide your workplace with the best possible food and living arrangements so your employees can perform their day-to-day responsibilities productively and efficiently. We draw upon our deep expertise and market knowledge to deliver an experience that exceeds their expectations.
Our services give you clean, comfortable living spaces and facilities, including kitchens, dining rooms, recreation and office areas. In addition, we deliver ideal dining experiences by working with you to gain an understanding of your employees’ dining habits and dietary needs. We can also provide project lifecycle management, design and construction, as well as catering, janitorial and hoteling services. With our extensive capabilities, there are simply no limits to what we can provide.
We’re committed to promoting and enhancing workplace safety. With zero tolerance for unnecessary risk, our safety performance in both offshore and land-based camps has been recognized both nationally and internationally. We also have extensive expertise in compliance with local permits, building safety codes, and environmental standards.
With the right people on the ground and continuous optimization, we’re able to provide reliable, repeatable, predictable outcomes and ensure safe, comfortable living and working environments. It’s what has made us a world leader in remote workplace services.
Aramark announced today its commitment to set enterprise-wide science-based targets, to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, in line with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). This commitment follows the company’s announcement earlier this year, of its goal to reduce GHG emissions by 15%, from its 2019 baseline, by the end of 2025 (in the U.S.).