Food service and facilities management giant Sodexo has reached seven million man-hours without a Lost Time Incident (LTI) in its remote sites (Scotland) division.
An LTI is an incident in the workplace that results in an injury serious enough to cause the person injured to be unable to work for a day or more.
The milestone represents 24 months of safe working on more than 50 clients sites in the challenging offshore environment.
The achievement also comes in the same year that Sodexo picked up its 13th consecutive International British Safety Council Award.
Ian Russell, Sodexo's UK division director of remote sites operations, said that the firm was passionate about health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ).
"It's important that we inspire a positive HSEQ culture, because it's through our workforce engagement - innovating and developing original HSEQ initiatives - that we reduce our health and safety risks," he added.
"It's the individual and collective commitments from all our teams that have led to this terrific accolade, so my thanks and congratulations to them all."
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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