GWC was recently honoured and recognised for its contributions towards 10mn incident-free work hours at Qatar Fuel Additives Company’s (Qafac) facility at the Mesaieed Industrial City.
Qafac held an awards ceremony to recognise the top 12 contributing contractors to the milestone, with more than 500 attendees present. GWC senior director (Commercial Services) Naji Nassar received the award on behalf of GWC from Qafac CEO Khaled Sultan al-Kuwari.
In addition, the contractors showcased their various safety response procedures through a number of demonstrations and presentations. At the GWC stall, visitors were demonstrated with emergency responses to chemical spills inside a warehouse and how to ideally handle the emergency. The audience also learned about the training GWC provide to its employees on its systems and organisational requirements, developing the core competencies of its staff.
The company also displayed its safety preventative maintenance procedures aimed at ensuring the safety, health and security of its staff, in addition to minimising the company’s impact on the environment.
“Our QHSE Management System provides the framework for all our service offerings and operations conducted in or by the company,” Nassar said. “It is our pleasure to utilise and share these skills to ensure that all GWC operations at Qafac run reliably and smoothly in the safest and most secure of working environments.”
The award ceremony came after a year of renewed support for the oil and gas industry by GWC, which increased its ‘3PL’ or ‘4PL’ operations with several major industry clients, in addition to creating oil and gas logistics supply base over 125,000 sq m in record time at the request of a newly acquired client.
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