N-Sea Reaches One Million Man Hours LTI Free

Published Jun 28, 2017
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Roddy James; Chief Operating Officer; N-Sea
Roddy James, N-Sea Chief Operating Officer (photo: N-Sea)

Subsea IMR provider, N-Sea Offshore Limited, has reached one million man-hours without a lost time incident (LTI).

N-Sea sets a high example for outstanding SHEQ performance and the industry milestone, which was reached earlier this month, is reinforced by the recent launch of the N-Sea Golden Rules programme, which embeds excellence in SHEQ (Safety, Health, Environment, Quality).

N-Sea’s Chief Operating Officer, Roddy James, says, “At N-Sea we believe in an open and just culture and we are delighted to have reached this significant safety milestone. The hard work and dedication of the entire team has been integral to reaching this point. I would like to sincerely thank all my N-Sea colleagues, who have made a huge contribution to maintaining our exemplary attitude towards health and safety.”

“Our Golden Rules initiative is a succinct illustration of N-Sea’s focus upon protecting our people from common hazards. Our ethos is always to operate in a safe, sound and swift manner; the Golden Rules set a benchmark for our approach to the work we undertake, on behalf of our global client base,” adds James.

The Golden Rules programme will help N-Sea continue to raise awareness of its commitment to SHEQ, both internally and externally with its partners around the world.

N-Sea is known for its innovative work as an independent offshore subsea contractor, specialising in IMR services for the oil and gas, renewable and telecom/utility industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. N-Sea provides near shore, offshore and survey services to major operators and service companies alike.

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