Expro receives eni safety award for well testing services

Expro has been presented with the eni safety award for well testing services at a ceremony held on 30 March 2015 in San Donato, Milan.

Exemplary safety record

This marks the second consecutive year Expro has won the award, which recognises a contractor that has achieved the best safety results whilst working with the Italian operator.

The judges based their decision on Expro’s exemplary safety record, with the company accomplishing no lost time incidents (LTIs) during 535 000 hours worked for eni.

Expro has provided well testing services to eni for over 10 years, predominantly in West Africa, and has maintained an exemplary safety record throughout.

‘Champion safety’ culture

Stefano Dallera, Expro’s Global Account Manager for eni, commented: “We are extremely proud to receive this award for a second time, which recognises our commitment to championing safety. Our employees strive to embed safety in all aspects of our operations, and this recognises their continued efforts.”

David Ford, Expro’s Group HSEQ Manager, added: “We have fully integrated positive health and safety practices throughout Expro, ensuring mandatory HSEQ core training is completed by all staff, as well as promoting our ‘House Rules’ which all employees, visitors and contractors must adhere to.

“‘Champion safety’ is one of our core behaviours and is fully embedded within our culture. This is further supported by our ‘Positive Intervention’ behavioural safety programme, which provides employees with an effective communication channel to improve safety performance.

“We are delighted to receive this award from eni as it acknowledges our continued commitment to safety management across our global operations.”

Expro was also presented with the RoSPA (Royal Society of Prevention of Accidents) President’s Award in 2014, which recognises 10 consecutive years of Gold Awards.


Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

Published on 02/04/2015


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