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The Survival Guide for Families in Oil & Gas

The Survival Guide for Families in Oil & Gas

The Survival Guide for Families in Oil & Gas is based on our hugely successful Survival Guide for Mining Families but also touches on the challenges of working away for more extensive blocks of time (and sometimes with very little phone access). It’s a valuable induction tool for companies keen to support employees working in oil and gas, either doing FIFO/DIDO or living in remote areas. The 32-page, A5 booklet is again written by our resident psychologist Angie Willcocks and MiningFM co-creator Alicia Ranford.

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The Survival Guide for Families in Oil & Gas is targeted at energy companies for distribution to new and existing employees on FIFO and DIDO rosters or living in remote mining communities. The 32-page, A5 booklet is an invaluable resource tool featuring professional advice from psychologist Angie Willcocks and loads of practical tips for keeping families strong and healthy despite lengthy periods apart. Chapters include:

  • What to expect in the first few months of FIFO
  • Building resilience in your kids
  • Women in oil and gas
  • Tackling loneliness when you’re apart
  • Are you making excuses about sex?
  • House rules for happy homes
  • The art of making new friends

For companies in mining, or with employees who work away in any industry, please check out The Survival Guide for Mining Families or Working Away: A Survival Guide for Families.

For all orders, please contact us.

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