HOS Innovator Accumulates Good Safety Record

Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Sonsub announced that, as of February 10th, its HOS Innovator and Innovator 09 ROV Crews have accumulated an impressive 250,000 man-hours and over 1,000 days without a lost time incident (LTI). This exceptional accomplishment is the direct result of the dedication, pride, and work ethics the personnel onboard the HOS Innovator have shown time and again. Sonsub wishes to recognize the great cooperation and attitude of Hornbeck Offshore Services, Delta Catering, and the leadership of Sonsub’s Superintendents Rickie Stier and Conrad Picou.

Since it began working for Sonsub in 2001, the vessel has been involved with jumper installations, flying lead installations, mattress installations, touchdown monitoring, pre and post lay surveys, and a variety of other construction related activities.

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