750,000 hours of safe work at Total Lindsey Oil Refinery sees charity benefit

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 24 Apr 2017

SCAFFOLDERS, painters and insulators, working for contractor Hertel, on Total Lindsey Oil Refinery, are celebrating four years of injury-free work.

The achievement equates to almost three quarters of a million man hours, without any time lost due to injury in the workplace.

It was marked with a presentation of a £1,000 cheque to the chosen charity, Andy's Children's Hospice, in Grimsby.

Pictured with the cheque are, front left, Christine Hall, administrator, Geoff Pratten, health, safety, environment and quality advisor, Keith Osborne, insulator, Zaza Warren, hospice events manager, Jacques Bueckelaers, general manager of Total Lindsey Oil Refinery, and Katie Wright, engineering secretary.



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