Shortlist announced for first global REACH Beyond Zero Annual Safety Awards

More than 200 entries were recieved for Stork's first global REACH Beyond Zero Annual Safety Awards and the shortlist has been decided.

A memo from Mike Mann, SVP - Global HSSEQ, Stork

I am pleased to announce that the shortlist for our first global REACH Beyond Zero Annual Safety Awards has been decided.

We received more than 200 impressive nominations from across our global business, as far afield as Colombia to Kuwait, and Aberdeen to Antwerp.

The REACH Beyond Zero Steering Group was very pleased with the high number and quality of nominations, which is testament to our shared commitment to improve safety together.

The shortlist for the six categories is as follows:

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Safety Leadership
John O'Donnell, Services Focal Point (UK)
Brian Hale, RPS / Supervisor (UK)
Roel Venderbosch, Site Manager (Netherlands)

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Most Promising Individual
Nick Benson, Chargehand Scaffolder (UK)
Shaun Wigham, Services Supervisor (UK)
Mansoor Al-Rahammany, Engineer (Saudi Arabia)

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Incident Prevention
Terry Callaghan, Focal Point (UK)
George Hernandez, Foreman (USA)
Arturo Cabrales, Welder Technician (Colombia)

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Best Safety Performance
Aberdeen Scaffold Yard Team (UK)
Cerrejón Welding Contract (Colombia)
Ecopetrol Termocoa Contract (Colombia)

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Best Team of the Year
GLT+ Maintenance Team (Netherlands)
Anasuria COT 5 Cleaning Team (UK)
Antwerp BASF Team (Belgium)

REACH Beyond Zero Award for Safety Innovation
Scaffold Design Team (UK) for the Inertia Reel Anchor
Lisaan Dipchan, HSE Advisor (OH/IH) (T&T) for a Benzene management programme
Onsite Machining & Bolting Team (UK) for the Hot Bolt Clamp

Our Annual Safety Awards recognise the teams and individuals who support us in our journey to world class safety performance

The ceremony takes place on Thursday 20 June at the Grand Hotel Huis Ter Duin, Noordwijk, Netherlands and gives us the opportunity to formally recognise and celebrate their efforts.

On behalf of the REACH Beyond Zero Steering Group, I ask you to congratulate your colleagues on being shortlisted and we wish them the best of luck for the ceremony.

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