Total continues to recognise and reward HSE best practice at its annual HSE Awards
Total E&P UK's annual HSE Awards took place on Thursday 14 March at Ardoe House Hotel in Aberdeen. Now in its 14th year, Total welcomed 150 guests from across the industry who came to pay tribute to a group of truly inspiring individuals each of whom were nominated for the 2018 HSE Awards.
The evening was hosted by HSE Director, Steve Rose with a key speaker address from Managing Director, Jean-Luc Guiziou.
The Total E&P UK HSE Awards recognise those whose achievements have led to significant improvements in health, safety and environmental performance. Nominations are also welcomed from throughout the oil and gas industry - from Total's partner organisations and its contractor workforce - showing that by working together we can strive to create an incident free workplace and run our operations in a safe and responsible manner.
A big congratulations to all our winners:
Best Stop Card or Safety Observation was awarded to Ernie Ritchie, Petrofac – Dunbar
Best Health Improvement / Intervention was awarded to Tafadzwa Magumise, Iqarus - Elgin PUQ
Best Environmental Improvement or Intervention was awarded to George McKenzie, Total E&P UK – Shetland gas Plant
Safety Representative of the year was awarded to Jason Blacknell, Bilfinger Salamis UK – Gryphon
Safety Leadership was awarded to Barry Badenoch, Bilfinger Salamis UK – Culzean
Partnership of the Year was awarded to The Ocean Valiant teams onshore and offshore
Best Major Accident Hazard Intervention or Initiative was awarded to Michael Jones, Total E&P UK - Elgin PUQ
A special Managing Director’s Award was presented to Felix Cortes, one of the longest serving safety reps on Alwyn