Aqueos Corporation, a subsea services provider for the offshore oil and gas sectors of the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific West Coast, announced that they have met and/or exceeded the HSE Safety requirements to be officially recognized as an OSHA-SHARP (Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program) company.
By achieving SHARP status, Aqueos is now a part of an elite group of businesses that maintain exemplary injury and illness prevention programs, Aqueos said. Presently, in the state of Louisiana, there are six companies that have achieved the SHARP designation, and now, Aqueos has increased that list to seven companies.
“The OHSA designation is very important, as it distinguishes us from our competitors and gives us credence to our world class processes and procedures that we all have been continually improving for the last 13 years,” said Aqueos CEO and Founder, Ted Roche.
Aqueos Corporation, with offices in Broussard, La. as well as Los Angeles and Ventura, Calif., provides marine construction and specialty subsea services including a complete range of commercial diving, remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and vessel-related services primarily to the offshore oil and gas markets.