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Monday, 6 March 2017

Russelsmith bags Chevron’s safety award

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RusselSmith Group

RusselSmith Group, a leading Integrated Oilfield Services company, has bagged a recognition certificate in acknowledgment of projects concluded without recordable incidents over a one year period (January 2016 to December 2016) for the Nigeria/Mid Africa Strategic Business Unit of Chevron Nigeria Limited.

At the presentation of the certificate, which took in Lagos, Chevron Nigeria Limited lauded RusselSmith for quality and safety-focused service delivery on projects executed within the period.

The event tagged, ‘Chevron Contractor Line Management HES Forum, also witnessed other contractors recognized for excellent service delivery.
This commendation comes just after RusselSmith’s recent celebration of the attainment of 3million man-hours with zero LTI in 2016. It reaffirms RusselSmith’s commitment to excellent service delivery as an ISO 9001:2008 certified Integrated Oilfield Service Solutions provider incorporated to serve the needs of the global Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry.

 
In over a decade of its operations, RusselSmith has blazed a trail as a leader in innovation and quality in the oilfield services sector, with the introduction of several new technologies and the attainment of important milestones.

In addition to Chevron Nigeria Limited, RusselSmith’s customers include other oil and gas giants Shell, ExxonMobil, Nigeria LNG and Total E&P.
RusselSmith has three main business divisions – Aerial Inspection Services, Topside Asset Integrity Management Services and Subsea Asset Integrity Management Services.

According to Senior Executive Vice President of RusselSmith, Kayode Adeleke, “We are fully committed to safety and world-class service delivery standards at all times. Our mission is to promote a culture of excellence. That is our cutting-edge approach.”

Adeleke also noted that the adoption of high safety standards by more Nigerian companies would ultimately improve the overall quality of service delivery and reliability in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

Vía The Guardian Nigeria http://ift.tt/2mvfUFo


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