UKPS Awarded Investors in People Bronze Standard Award

(MarineLink)
Monday, June 18, 2012

Forum Energy Technologies (NYSE: FET) said that its United Kingdom Personnel Service (UKPS) business unit, based in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People (IIP) Bronze Standard Award. Recipients of this award are a prestigious group of leading public, private and civic organizations, ranging in size from less than ten to thousands of employees. “Receiving this award is a tremendous achievement,” said Mick Jones, Senior Vice President - Forum Subsea Technologies. “Our employees are central to the success of our business, and achieving the IIP Standard validates our commitment to the development and success of our workforce and a desire to continually improve and grow our business.”
UKPS has been supplying technical staff to the offshore industry since 1985. It has built an impressive track record in providing qualified and experienced personnel across a wide range of disciplines.
“We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the highest quality of service,” said Mr. Jones. “We know our clients rely on us to deliver high caliber specialist personnel consistently, reliably and at short notice.”
Forum Subsea Technologies’ product offering ranges from electric observation class ROVs to large hydraulic work-class vehicles used for inspection, survey and deep-water construction, as well as other remote intervention technologies and services.
 

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