Hydratight global engineering service has been awarded the British Safety Council's Sword of Honour.
Only 54 companies in the whole of the UK have been honoured with this award for outstanding safety. However, this is particularly impressive in Hydratight's case, as its engineers operate in environments that are challenging and potentially highly dangerous.
Hydratight has a policy of arduously reviewing and refining all health and safety procedures, to reduce the number of accidents. The Sword of Honour award comes hot on the heels of the highest-possible five star British Safety Council rating of one of its UK engineering facilities.
Hydratight is a leading light in oil and gas engineering, both onshore and offshore. The company is also renowned across the world for its innovations in pipeline inspection and subsequent joint integrity management, including leak detection and leak sealing.
Other services include heavy machining, tensioning, and heat treatment. Whether designing, renting or selling new engineering products, providing training in asset management, or dispatching experts for on-site machining services and repairs, safety is at the core of everything that Hydratight does.
Hydratight EMEA safety manager David Stout has been responsible for the company's health and safety performance for several years, and was instrumental in gaining this latest award. He commented: "It is given that we have to be experts at the work we do; but after that, safety is the most important topic for all our staff, everywhere. This is a tremendous honour."
For further information about Hydratight's global engineering services including pipeline work, machining or training, visit the website.
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