Leading international oilfield service company Expro has received a special award for exceptional safety, health and environment performance from Total E&P UK.
The Expro offshore team who work for Total on the Dunbar project were announced winners of the Managing Director's special award at the Total E&P UK SHE (Safety, Health and the Environment) award ceremony at the Marcliffe Hotel, Aberdeen.
Expro was also shortlisted for the Dunbar Award for Improving Safety in recognition of its outstanding effort in achieving 2,000 days without a Lost Time Incident (LTI) on Dunbar. Expro has a long relationship with Total in the UK, carrying out mainly wireline operations on the Dunbar platform.
Ray Riddoch, manager for Safety, Health and Environment for Total E&P UK, said, "Everyone on the Expro team works closely together carrying out operations safely and exchanging important knowledge gained.
"Each nominee has provided an exceptional contribution to improving the safety, health and environment performance of Total E&P UK, through inspiring, supporting and leading others with their 'can-do' attitudes."
Abdallah Awara, Expro's Europe/Former Soviet Union region director, said, "We are delighted to win the Managing Director's award in recognition of our Dunbar team’s exceptional safety standards and performance. This award recognizes the commitment of everyone in Expro to work safely and deliver to the highest standards every time. We pride ourselves on our excellent safety record and achieving 2,000 days without an LTI is testament to our emphasis on teamwork. I congratulate the team on their outstanding performance."
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