2.5 million man hours without injuries

An outstanding HSE result has been celebrated at Aibel’s subcontractor Drydocks World: 2.5 million man hours without lost time incidents in the Dolwin Beta project.

The 2.5 million man hours stretch back from September last year until March. Project Director Kjetil Jacobsen is well satisfied.

“Behind the result is a lot of hard work. But even though we’re excited about the good figures, it’s also important to recognize that we need to keep improving. This is why we’ll continue to have a strong focus on HSE in the final phase of the project,” he says.

An outstanding HSE result has been celebrated at Aibel’s subcontractor Drydocks World: 2.5 million man hours without lost time incidents in the Dolwin Beta project. The 2.5 million man hours stretch back from September last year until March 2014.

Awarded good results
Represented at the celebration were corporate management representatives from both Aibel, principal TenneT, business partner ABB and subcontractor Drydocks World. Present were also a large part of the employees who are currently working on the platform. The celebration took place at the work site. It included speeches and granting of awards to employees who have done a particularly good job when it comes to HSE. 

The Dolwin Beta project is now entering its final phase at the Drydocks World yard in Dubai.

Read more about the Dolwin Beta project here

Published 2014-04-24, 11:13 CET Updated 2014-04-24, 11:13 CET

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