Bibby HydroMap celebrates excellent HSE performance in 2018

Posted 10 January 2019

Bibby HydroMap continues outstanding HSE performance achieving the best ever results during 2018

Bibby HydroMap puts a huge amount of emphasis and importance on safety and continuously improving our HSE culture, processes and procedures throughout the business. The overall results of our HSE performance in 2018 clearly demonstrates the success of these improvements.

In particular the business is delighted to announce it has achieved ZERO LTI’s (Lost Time Incidents) in 2018 against a backdrop of over 500,000 man-hours worked throughout the year.

Given the huge challenges and risks facing the industry in which we operate, maintaining a safe work environment is always a top priority for our Senior Management and employees.

The key success in this accomplishment is the hard work and dedication of all departments within our organisation believing that safety is an integral part of our everyday business. Everyone in the business has had a part to play in reaching this significant milestone, and it is only by working together and looking out for one another that we can conquer our ultimate of GOAL ZERO.

Picture: Staff celebrating on Bibby Athena

“We place huge importance in safe operations and working environments and our staff are all empowered to be safety leaders across all sites in which we operate.

The achievement of ZERO LTI’s in 2018 with over 500,000 man-hours worked in our busiest operational year to date, is testament to their goal in keeping themselves and their colleagues safe in what is an inherently risky environment. I am extremely proud and grateful to them all in contributing to this success.”

Mick Slater, Operations Director


Picture: Staff celebrating at Bibby HydroMap Headoffice

“The future of safety movements is not so much dependent upon the invention of safety devices as on the improvement of methods of educating people to the ideal of caution and safety.”

Safety awareness saves lives!!"

Gary Fenwick, HSE Manager


Picture: Staff celebrating on Bibby Tethra