Highland Hospice, MFR Cash for Kids and Raigmore hospital’s Special Care Baby unit are all set to receive a substantial sum from a triple safety collaboration initiative run during the Well-Safe Guardian’s repair and upgrade project.
The Well-Safe Guardian is currently undergoing a major refurbishment and upgrade project to become the first dedicated, bespoke well decommissioning asset of its time.
As part of an inclusion and engagement initiative run by all 3 companies, the workforce were asked to decide on the safety initiative and then voted on how the funds raised should be allocated.
As a result; Well-Safe Solutions, Modutec & Global Energy Group have each committed to donating £100 for every 10,000 incident-free Man Hours achieved, to the three nominated local Charities.
Modutec Project Manager, Ryan Knowles commented:
“We are very proud to be a part of this generous act, not only are we coming together to execute this project safely and efficiently, we are giving back to the local community. Everyone involved has done a tremendous job to reach this milestone”.
The 3 companies were delighted to welcome representatives from all 3 charities to the Port of Nigg facility where each charity received a donation of £2000 from some of the team that have been responsible for delivering the project so far.
Neil Ferguson, Operations Director at Well-Safe Solutions said: “The initiative, that was led by the crews onboard, has really driven the development of a great culture and working environment throughout this ambitious upgrade project. We are proud that the hard work of everybody involved has paid off, benefitting three great charities.”