British Safety Council ranks Drydocks World’s facilities with 5 star grading

DUBAI, Drydocks World has yet again attained a 5 star grading from the British Safety Council, on adopting international best practice standards in occupational health and safety.

The Drydocks says it strives to consistently improve and achieve sustainable business growth while always upholding the yards core value of a safe work environment.

The yard achieved an audited score of 96.26 percent, which is regarded as one of the highest scores internationally based on the new audit criteria.

The grading is reflected through the safety milestones achieved on some of the yards largest projects during 2016: on the RP clusters Kvaerner project the yard achieved 1 million man-hours without LTI and on the FPSO Cyrus conversion project the yard completed 2 million man-hours without LTI.

Drydocks World has maintained a British Safety Council 5 star rating since 2003 and hoped it will continue safely serving the world’s maritime industry.

Source: Emirates News Agency