Securing Workplace Safety With Rewards

Chevron Phillips is a petrochemical company that produces chemical products essential to manufacturing over 70,000 consumer and industrial products and also employs over 5,000 people worldwide. Based in a primarily factory setting, workplace safety is at the top of mind. To help create a safer workplace, Chevron Phillips sends rewards to employees who complete activities geared towards safety and wellness best practices automatically with an API integration. Keep reading to learn more about their employee engagement program and how they increased engagement by 41-60% with digital rewards.

Why does your company send rewards?

We send rewards for employee engagement, wellness engagement, and raffles.

How do people earn rewards through your program?

We have a safety or “wellness” type of system where people do activities to earn points and get rewarded. We also have raffles and other ways people get rewarded.

How do you order rewards?

We’re integrated with the RaaS API.

Did that take long to integrate?

It took 1 month or less to integrate.

How much time do you spend maintaining the integration?

1 hour or less.

How was the Documentation?


What about the level of support?


How much has Tango Card helped your program since implementation?

  • 41-60% reduction in time.
  • 81-100% reduction in cost.
  • 41-60% increase in engagement.

What are your favorite features of the RaaS API?

We use purchasing the most, least is checking balance but that’s because the way it was planned. Coming up we will change that and checking balance will be a large piece.

How would you rate Tango Card as a company?

10/10. [Tango Card is] a great company with fantastic customer service and support. They have numerous ways to use their services as well.

Written by Kasia McCormick

Kasia may be a fresh face on the Tango Card marketing team but her background in hospitality and PR make her the total package when it comes to telling Tango Card customers’ stories and organizing our customer advocate program. She also blends perfectly on the marketing team, where the two main themes re: German Shepherds and tequila.

One Response to “Securing Workplace Safety With Rewards”

  1. Fred Schrader August 17, 2018 at 12:04 am #

    Now, that’s interesting. Rewarding workplace safety instead of punishing safety issues is an extraordinary progressive approach. I think Chevron Phillips could be a role model for many businesses, no matter if they operate in the petrochemical industry or not.

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