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School Of Safety

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28 June 2016

The Costain Oil & Gas Midstream team working on Total UK’s (TEPUK) Edradour Glenlivet Project recently celebrated World Day for Safety and Health at Work with a poster competition at a local primary school.

The competition, co-organised and supported by Costain, TEPUK and Burntisland Fabrications, was held at Burntisland Primary School in Fife. In total, around 140 entries were received, including entries from the project team’s children. Entries were split into three age categories, with a winner chosen from each age group. The competition’s theme was Health, Safety and Environment, in line with World Day for Safety and Health at Work.

The judging team was led by Julie Anderson, the Head Teacher of Burntisland Primary School, and Shem Harper, Module Package Manager at Costain; John Collinson, SHE Advisor at Costain; Steven Quayle, SHE Advisor at TEPUK and Stan Honeyman, SHE Director for Burntisland Fabrications.

The winners were Poppy Dow, aged 10, Nieve Adamson, aged 8, and Erin Hazelwood, aged 6, who each received an art gift set for their efforts. A cheque for £880 was jointly donated by Burntisland Fabrications, Costain and TEPUK and awarded to the Burntisland Primary School.

The winning posters will be displayed on Burntisland Fabrications site notice boards within the fabrication shops and will serve as a daily reminder to the operators of the link between Health and Safety at work and their children at home.

“The content of the posters relating to HSE ranged from ‘Road/Playground Safety’ to ‘My Parents at Work’ and were all to a very high standard. The competition was a great success and will help sustain a lasting legacy with the local community,” said John Collinson, SHE Advisor for Costain’s Natural Resources Division.

Costain Oil & Gas’s Midstream operation is working with Total to fabricate a Condensate Mercury Removal Unit which upon completion will be transported and installed on TEPUK’s Shetland Gas Plant. Fabrication of the Pre-Assembled Racks and Pre-Assembled Units was awarded to Burntisland Fabrications in Fife and has been underway since late February 2016.


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