22 May 2020
This award recognises best practice in the implementation and continuous improvement of their HSSEQ management system. It’s the 8th consecutive year the team has won a Safe Way Award, and winning gold for the previous 5 years made them eligible for the Platinum Award this year.
Notable achievements for 2019
IFAP cited several achievements that stood out when selecting RPS to receive this award.
“This is an outstanding achievement. I’m very proud of all my team for successfully and consistently delivering such high safety standards over so many years. I would like to make special mention of Gavan Wise – our long term MetOcean HSE Advisor, and Sara Owen – our Regional HSSEQ Advisor – they set the bar high and their drive and determination to support us to meet our goals drove us home.”
Greg Bush, General Manager MetOcean
About the MetOcean team
RPS’ MetOcean team design, build and deploy a wide range of meteorological and oceanographic instruments, often in remote and high-risk locations around the globe. These include metocean arrays for major oil and gas field developments and floating LiDAR buoys for the offshore wind sector.
They work with heavy machinery, equipment and tools in their workshop, and when onsite, they work in high risk offshore environments. Throughout 2019 they’ve delivered these complex projects, all without serious incident:
IFAP is at the leading edge of workplace health and safety since 1962, continually setting the health and safety training benchmark for all industries.
Now in its 39th year, the Safe Way Awards commenced in 1979 as IFAP’s contribution to Western Australia’s proactive evolvement of safety in the workplace. These awards motivate businesses and people in the workplace to maintain safe work practices.
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