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Posted on December 14th, 2009

PROjEN Succeed in Raising Health and Safety Awareness

PROjEN, a specialist engineering Project Management Company, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire is proud to announce further success on a recent client project. The project involved the replacement of 230 bursting discs in the Stevenage Chemistry Pilot Plant following a project risk assessment on the current protection devices.

Key measures of success for the project included it being completed both on time and to budget with ZERO accidents and quality defects whilst ensuring no impact was made on operations. PROjEN’s Health and Safety Manager Lyndon Workman was delighted with the final Safety Health and Environment (SHE) statistics:

“The Project consisted of 9,200 construction man hours with ZERO lost time accidents, injuries and environmental impact. These statistics demonstrate PROjEN’s commitment to raising Health and Safety Awareness on the projects we manage”.

PROjEN are justifiably proud of their unrivalled Health & Safety record. All site staff are focused on maintaining PROjEN’s excellent standards with PROjEN’s Project Manager Alberto Enjuanes commenting:

“The site team performed excellently throughout the lifecycle of the project and received much praise from the Stevenage directors for the way the Health and Safety was managed”.

PROjEN have always supported both local and national charities and at the end of major client projects a donation is made to a worthwhile charity. On this particular project PROjEN are proud to announce £150 has been donated to Halton Haven Hospice. The money will go towards helping to support people at different stages of their illness across Runcorn, Widnes and the Surrounding area.

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