NOT LONG NOW – HAVE YOU BOOKED YOUR PLACE?

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This year’s Offshore Safety Awards are in less than one month – time’s ‘a’ ticking – have you booked your place? In July Oil & Gas UK and Step Change in Safety announced this year’s outstanding individuals and enterprising companies who made the shortlist of finalists.  

The awards – with Maersk Oil as principal sponsor – celebrate those who go beyond the call of duty to make the UK Continental Shelf one of the safest oil and gas basins to work, globally.

Anyone is welcome to attend the event, which takes place at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) on Wednesday 23 August. Tickets are just £25 and that includes refreshments, bacon rolls and lunch. Finalists will pitch their safety initiative directly to attendees, who will then have the opportunity to cast their vote before the winner is announced.

To book your space at this year’s event please click here.

 

Finalists

 

Safety Rep

James MacInnes – Taqa

Jon Aston – Amec Foster Wheeler

Tommy Timms – Nexen

 

Safety Leadership

Stephen Diplock – Petrofac

Dianna Houston – Maersk Oil

Kevin Mitchell – ConocoPhillips

 

Workforce Engagement

Team DSV Bibby

Bilfinger’s CNRI Team

Buzzard Turnaround

 

Innovation in Safety

Bird Control

BP

Peterson

Sharing & Learning

Barry Milne and Arron Baxtor – Shell

BP North Sea Aviation Team

ScanTech Offshore

 

Operational Integrity

David Jamieson and Jamie Jack – Shell

Buchan Alpha Asset Management and Crew – Repsol Sinopec

Bob Taylor and the Asset Integrity DROPS Team –  Centrica

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