Tabreed records 10million safe work hours without lost time injury

“This was a team objective and one Tabreed wouldn’t have achieved, if not for the hard work and efforts from all our employees and partners.”

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Tabreed is committed to further enhancing its HSEQ culture.
Tabreed is committed to further enhancing its HSEQ culture.

District cooling developer Tabreed has reached 10million safe work hours without lost time injury (LTI).

The accomplishment is a result of Tabreed’s compliance with the highest international standards of safety and operational excellence, its commitment to maintaining a robust health, safety and environment (HSE) culture, and its continuous implementation of workplace safety improvement programmes.

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Bader Al Lamki, Tabreed’s CEO, said: “Managing safety is never an easy task as it requires full commitment from all stakeholders to secure great results.

“This achievement was made possible by the collective efforts of all our employees, who established values and attitudes aiming to promote and maintain safety culture across the business.

“We are proud of achieving this milestone given the large scale of our operations, spanning five countries with 75 plants.”

Tabreed is committed to further enhancing its HSEQ culture, led by the company’s leadership who recognizes the importance of empowering employees at every level of the business to ensure their own safety and the safety of other employees and partners through a range of best practices and tools that enable the identification of potential incidents prior to their occurrence.

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“In the journey towards excellence in HSE culture, Tabreed personnel not only manifested the core value ‘Commitment to HSE’ but also strengthened their excellent workmanship with appropriate techniques to identify and mitigate existing and foreseeable risks,” said Sabooh Asghar, vice president of HSEQ at Tabreed.

“This was a team objective and one Tabreed wouldn’t have achieved, if not for the hard work and efforts from all our employees and partners.”

Earlier this year Tabreed was accredited with the ISO 50001 standard and was integrated with Tabreed’s existing health, safety, environment and quality management system.

The ISO standard provides one of the best practice model and global benchmark for climate and clean energy action by helping companies to improve energy performance, consumption and sustainability.

Prior to being certified on this standard, Tabreed had been accredited with the ISO 9001:2015 standard for quality management system, ISO 14001:2015 standard for environmental management system, and OHSAS 18001 for occupational health and safety management systems.

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