Nine years without a lost time incident
Impressive record for Sulzer Wood’s maintenance organization
“Our health and safety procedures are constantly reviewed to ensure that we manage all the risks in our day-to-day business as effectively as possible. From the latest apprentice to top management, everyone contributes to maintain our impressive safety record.”
The service center repairs and maintains pumps in the workshop as well as sending engineers to offshore locations to assist customers with the removal and installation of pumping assets. The offshore environment can be harsh and all those working on platforms and vessels need to be properly trained and aware of the risks.
“Over the years, we have built up a culture of safe working practices, and this is supported by a comprehensive induction system for new employees and a competency management system that monitors progress. Together with on-going training and regular team briefings, we ensure that everyone is aware of their responsibilities.”
Stuart MacVicar, HSEQ Manager at Sulzer Wood
The projects coming into the workshop always bring new challenges, but Sulzer’s experts apply proven processes to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Implementing risk assessments and lift plans on a daily basis, along with regular, independent audits, promotes the continued safety of staff throughout the organization.
Every day staff in the workshop take ownership of their own safety as well as that of others around them. This approach is instilled in both new starters and apprentices and everyone is encouraged to make suggestions for improvements.