RBG's Trinidad and Tobago operations reach safety milestone

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – RBG has recorded a safety achievement by completing more than 2 million man-hours without a lost time incident across the company’s Trinidad and Tobago operations.

RBG’s facilities in Point Lisas and Galeota employ about 430 personnel and offer the company’s full range of products and services including fabric maintenance, bolt torquing, fabrication and welding, scaffolding and habitat supply to the regional oil, gas and petrochemical industry.

RBG’s Trinidad and Tobago country manager, Ricardo Mahadeo said: “I am very proud of our employees and we are delighted to have reached such a significant milestone. Reaching more than 2 million hours without an LTI is testament to the commitment of our team to highlight and eliminate risk from our operation. It is a remarkable accomplishment and we will continue to work hard to maintain the high safety standards we have set.”


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