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AFPM awards Total Safety

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Total Safety has announced that it has been awarded the 2019 Contractor Safety Achievement Award in 22 facilities throughout the US by the American Fuels and Petrochemical Manufacturers Association (AFPM).

The AFPM award recognises contractor companies who consistently meet and exceed safety standard excellence in the US refining and petrochemical industry.

Total Safety will be presented the award during the AFPM Summit being held between 25 – 27 August 2020.

Criteria for award selection include contractors that work a minimum of 20 000 hours per year at a regular member facility and achieve a total recordable incident rate of 0.6 or less with no workplace related fatalities. Since 2009, Total Safety has received more than 150 AFPM Contractor Safety Achievement Awards.

“We are proud to receive these 22 Contractor Safety Achievement Awards from the AFPM,” said George Ristevski, Chief Executive Officer for Total Safety. “Our employees take great pride in the company’s performance and work relentlessly protecting the health and safety of our clients. Our mission guides everything we do and is reflected in the way we show up each day to serve our clients; W3…to ensure the safe Wellbeing of Workers Worldwide. This award goes to our nearly 3000 employees.”

Client sites where Total Safety’s performance was recognised for the 2019 AFPM Contractor Safety Achievement Award include: ExxonMobil, LyondellBasell, Marathon, Valero Refining, Dow Chemical, Phillips 66, PBF Energy, Chevron, Motiva and HollyFrontier.

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