QGC’s One Team stands down for safety

Central and North Burnett Times - - SCHOOL NEWS -

To pro­vide an op­por­tu­nity for our One Team­mem­bers to fo­cus on and stay com­mit­ted to safety there was a hour-long One Team safety stand down on Thurs­day 13 Septem­ber. Dur­ing this time teams si­mul­ta­ne­ously stopped work and dis­cussed the in­juries or in­ci­dents they had in their work­ing en­vi­ron­ment and how these could have been pre­vented us­ing the Life Savers and what each in­di­vid­ual will do dif­fer­ently in fu­ture to en­sure an im­prove­ment in safety. More than 7,000 of QGC’s staff and con­trac­tors stopped work across the 30,000 square kilo­me­tres of ac­tiv­ity for one hour. Stand-downs took place at more than 40 field lo­ca­tions across the Su­rat and Bowen basins, the QCLNG pipe­line, Glad­stone, Cur­tis Is­land, Thai­land yards and a fur­ther 20 lo­ca­tions in Bris­bane. The lead­er­ship team in QGC is res­o­lute that the re­quire­ments of sched­ule and cost will not be put ahead of safety. As a re­sult of the safety stand down One team mem­bers are clear about our safety ex­pec­ta­tions and all fully un­der­stand and ac­cept per­sonal ac­count­abil­i­ties.

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