Expro, Total E&P UK Safety Award

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Back row, from left: Abdallah Awara, Europe/FSU region director; Donald Campbell, UK area HSEQC manager; Dave Tweedie, wireline supervisor; Johnny Knighton, wireline supervisor; Brian Booth, UK wireline manager; Paul Simpson, Total client contract manager. Front row, from left: Mike Cheyne, Expro operations supervisor for Total; Glen Caird, Total well engineer; Keith Watson, well maintenance team leader; Kevin Phillips, wireline operator; Roland Festor, Managing Director, Total E&P UK Limited; a

International oilfield service company Expro has received a special award for exceptional safety, health and environment performance from Total E&P UK.

The Expro offshore team who work for Total on the Dunbar project were announced winners of the Managing Director’s special award at the Total E&P UK SHE (Safety, Health and the Environment) award ceremony at the Marcliffe Hotel, Aberdeen.

Expro was also shortlisted for the Dunbar Award for Improving Safety in recognition of its outstanding effort in achieving 2,000 days without a Lost Time Incident (LTI) on Dunbar. Expro has a long relationship with Total in the UK, carrying out mainly wireline operations on the Dunbar platform.
 

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