New training safety drive for N. Sea engineering services team

AJT Engineering workers Steven Tepper, Chris McGivern, Grant Bryceland, Rhona Toomey, Pat Killeen and Joe Thomson celebrate their IOSH certificates
AJT Engineering workers Steven Tepper, Chris McGivern, Grant Bryceland, Rhona Toomey, Pat Killeen and Joe Thomson celebrate their IOSH certificates

A Scottish offshore engineering services provider has announced a company-wide commitment to enhanced safety standards with more than 40 members of the company’s 111-strong workforce taking part in the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH) “Working Safely” course.

The certificate issued is an international safety certificate based on best practice and provides an awareness of general workplace hazards and focuses on why health and safety is important to the well-being of the worker and those around them.

The initiative is being carried out across Aberdeen-based AJT Engineering’s operating divisions in Altens, Port Glasgow and East Kilbride.

Established over 60 years ago, AJT Engineering specialises in manufacturing, testing, heat treatment and machine tool services to the subsea, oil and gas industries.

11 Dec 2017

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