UK and Netherlands-based subsea provider N-Sea reaches 1.5 million man-hours LTI free.

In 2017, N-Sea launched their Golden Rules programme, embedding excellence in SHEQ (Safety, Health, Environment and Quality) across the business and has continued to see the benefits. N-Sea sets a high example for outstanding SHEQ performance and this is represented by this milestone.

N-Sea’s Chief Operating Officer, Roddy James, said: “A safe working environment is one of the highest priorities at N-Sea, and with our ethos being to always operate in a safe, sound and swift manner, we are delighted to be able to celebrate this milestone.

“Introducing our Golden Safety Rules programme last year has allowed us, as a business, to raise awareness of our commitment to health and safety, both internally through our staff, and externally to our customers. Safety is truly embedded within our company, our culture and our operations.”

It has been an incredibly successful year for N-Sea, turning over €75 million, expanding their operational capabilities internationally and making several key appointments. This achievement demonstrates N-Sea’s ongoing commitment to be a safety driven business.


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