About LifeBeats

Incorporating safety, health and wellness into our everyday lives

LifeBeats encourages incorporating safety, health and overall WellBeing into our everyday lives – not only while we are on the job at LyondellBasell, but also at home with our families. With every beat of our hearts, we strive to be safe and healthy. A GoalZERO initiative, the global LifeBeats program provides employees and their loved ones the information, tools and resources necessary to support a healthy and safe lifestyle.

Use the LifeBeats site to identify your personal areas of concern and find information that will help you and your family achieve your WellBeing goals.

 

           “LifeBeats shares the importance of incorporating safety, health and wellness into our everyday lives not only at work but also at home. Most of our waking hours are spent in the workplace. So what we do during those hours can have a profound impact on our overall health. A positive wellness culture during the workday can contribute to better health - physical, mental, and emotional well-being for you and your co-workers. LifeBeats provides the tools and resources to achieve a GoalZERO mindset for employees to share best practices at home with their families. Strive for the best health in all areas of your life by making mindful, healthy choices.”  Mike VanDerSnick, senior vice president, Americas Manufacturing.

 

Contact your site champion for more information on what your location is doing to promote health, WellBeing and off-the-job safety for employees and their families.

For more information about the program, contact any member of the LifeBeats Core Team:

Ryan Sims, Lead 
Jeff Bonorden, Sponsor
Charln Stewart, Team Chair
Wessel Drent
Alanna Buchman
Tim McMahon
Bret Clark

 

The content provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not endorsed or approved by the LyondellBasell group of companies. Further, the content provided may not consider all issues specific to your particular location.  Local laws and regulations should be considered before relying on any provided information.

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