Pictured above L to R: Grahame Wallace, Engineering Director at British Steel awarding ENGIE Fabricom’s Joe Hodgson, Regional Site Services Manager, Les Pratt, East HSE Advisor and Bill Lowrie, Senior Construction Manager.
Following a highly successful project for the British Steel Concast Team on Caster 5 at the British Steel Scunthorpe site, the client has awarded ENGIE Fabricom’s project team a Health and Safety Excellence Award for works carried out during the Summer 2018 Outage.
This award was one of twelve presented on the day for each operational areas of the Scunthorpe site.
Joe Hodgson has commented: “I would like to express my thanks to the whole project team, from the facility for the delivery of high quality fabrications to the site team for a safe installation during tight time constraints. The team have shown an exemplary attitude towards safety given the difficult nature of the site.”
Mark Wingate, Director of EPC & EPCm commented, “This award clearly demonstrates British Steel’s recognition of the ENGIE Fabricom project site team and how they have operated to the highest standards whilst challenged with extreme site conditions and timescales.
On behalf of the business, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved, such performances provide a significant advantage to the business when clients are looking to select suppliers for future projects.”
Kevin Copley, ENGIE Fabricom’s HSEQ Director commented, “This is an excellent recognition of the performance of the whole project team and is great for the whole Company. This award is especially important to us in supporting British Steel with the ongoing process in improving their safety performance across the site and shows they value the contribution of high performing organisations that can add to this process.
The project was undertaken in some very challenging site conditions against a tight schedule which makes the fact the project had zero injuries or near miss incidents even more impressive.”