Hertel reaches safety landmark at Sellafield
The significant milestone of 1.5 million man hours without any lost time has been achieved by the Hertel maintenance team working at Sellafield.
The team has been providing multi-discipline services at the site for the last 15 years. Work involves a broad range of maintenance tasks across the Sellafield site including the removal of asbestos from site, painting, access services, insulation and scaffolding.
Hertel is also involved in the management of the former power generation building at Calder Hall. This has included the removal of asbestos, which was the largest project of its type in Europe.
Padraig Somers, Hertel’s Operations Director, says: “Every employee is aware of their safety responsibilities when working on the site. Achieving the 1.5 million man hours landmark is a demonstration of their dedication to making the site as safe as possible. “
Thursday 12th of May 2011, 11:37:06 PM BST
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