FPSO Kwame Nkrumah: Two Years with Zero LTIs (Ghana)

FPSO Kwame Nkrumah Two Years with Zero LTIs (Ghana)

On 21 June 2012, the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah team in Ghana reached a significant milestone by achieving two years of operations with zero Lost Time Incidents (LTIs).

Members of the combined team, which includes the Integrated Project Team, commissioning team, contractors and ongoing Tullow and MODEC operations teams, gathered together to celebrate their success onboard the FPSO. The sustained high level of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) performance has been made possible due to the continued diligence and safety conscious attitude of both staff and leaders, and their ongoing focus on EHS.

Looking forward all the staff involved are leaving no room for complacency and the Operations Team is committed to delivering first class EHS performance, with a view to achieving and sustaining zero LTIs in the work-place.

Commenting on the achievement, Dai Jones, President and General Manager of Tullow Ghana Limited said:

“This is a real top quartile industry achievement because it has been a very tough journey and the whole Jubilee and FPSO teams onshore and offshore deserve all the credit for their excellent leadership and team work.

“They have continuously demonstrated sustained safe running of numerous activities within their incredibly busy and challenging working environment and for this we need to congratulate them for an overall great team effort”.

Press Release, July 4, 2012