Safety: A shared responsibility
Safety is paramount within Hertel. All who work for and with Hertel share the responsibility to ensure that no-one gets hurt and all return home safely after a hard days’ work.
This vision is lived throughout Hertel globally. Last week Hertel CEO Joost Knoll visited the Shell ECC Houdini project in Singapore for a routine safety inspection of Hertel’s operations on the site. Other members of the safety inspection delegation were Simon Kramer, board director Hertel Asia and project sponsor, project manager Marius Nobel, safety manager Srinivasan Nithi, safety coordinator Kwah Sin Teck and construction manager John Lewis.
The safety performance on this project is impressive. On 6th of February the project reached of one million hours without any accidents. A significant performance considering that the peak manpower on this project has been in excess of 10,000. At the time of inspection, approximately 7,000 were working on the site, of which 800 were employed by Hertel.
Marius Nobel, Project Manager for Hertel: “We as Hertel are very proud to have contributed to that milestone and express our deepest appreciation to all our employees who have performed so very well.”
Monday 15th of February 2010, 03:53:58 PM GMT
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