• aQuaintance 10 years LTI free
  • aQuaintance 10 years LTI free

aQuaintance 10 years LTI free

7 October 2016

aQuaintance, the company responsible for the onshore projects of NAM, reached a unique safety milestone. The company, with shareholders A.Hak Leidingbouw, ENGIE and Tebodin, has worked for ten years without LTI’s. In other words, over a period of ten years there have been no accidents that caused any lost time.

‘An achievement like this is only possible within a culture in which all parties collaborate with a continuous focus on safety’, says Paul van der Graaf, managing director of aQuaintance. ‘Not just the aQuaintance shareholders, but also NAM, subcontractors, suppliers and all other partners.

Gerrie Robbe, managing director of A.Hak Leidingbouw received an award commemorating this safety achievement from Bas Schellenberg (NAM).

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