Sembmarine SLP achieve safety milestone
– 7th December 2016
Tuesday 6th December 2016 marked the 1000th day since Sembmarine SLP last recorded a Lost Time Incident (LTI) at their Lowestoft Site.
This is a significant achievement and reflects the positive attitude towards safety that Sembmarine SLP and their employees take. Providing safe environments and well-trained employees are core values of the company and this milestone showcases the true extent of their commitment to safety.
Managing Director Paul Thomson said: “I am very proud of our workforce, they have worked vigilantly to ensure the safety of themselves and others is paramount. Safety is a top priority for us and we continue to focus on making each and every day an “Incident Free Day” and look forward with confidence to the next 1000 LTI free days.”
The Lowestoft engineering company have recently completed work on the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm Substation and are now continuing to work on the construction of the Power Generation Module, Flare and Bridge Links for the Maersk Oil Culzean Project with completion due to take place in May 2018.
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In September 2015 Sembmarine SLP was awarded the contract to carry out the construction of the Power Generation Module (PGM) and Bridge Links for the Maersk Oil Culzean project development in the North Sea.
The offshore facility has been designed, engineered, procured and constructed in Sembmarine SLP’s Lowestoft yard and includes suction bucket technology, a first for an offshore substation in UK waters. Part of Statoil’s £1.5 billion Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm project to power more than 410,000 UK homes, the structures have been designed to meet exacting specifications.