Expro Wins Safety Award for Australian Ops

Thursday, February 25, 2010
Expro’s Australia HSEQC adviser, Terry Haines, left, receives the Safe Way Achiever Award at an IFAP celebratory dinner. (Photo courtesy Pennebaker | fifth Ring)

Expro was awarded the IFAP/CGU Safe Way Achiever Award at Gold level by demonstrating best practice in its occupational health and safety management systems. The company was assessed using a combination of self-audits, independent desk-audits and supporting documentation to determine its commitment to safety through excellence in training, established systems and procedures, and achievement of safety objectives.
 
Expro also received the award of a second honor from the Safe Way Achiever Awards for achieving six months without a lost time injury. Expro’s Australasia area recently recorded four years with no lost time incident.
 


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