Advanced Watertek celebrates milestone of 100,000 man-hours without LTI
Updated: Feb 2
Advanced Watertek announced its achievement of over 100,000 man-hours without any LTI (lost time injury) for the period from January 2020 to May 2021. This includes both work at our factory and onsite.
A typical day in our operations includes steel fabrication, installation and testing of high-pressure equipment, electrical installation and handling hazardous chemicals. Our worksites include hazardous environments offshore, confined spaces on board ships, construction sites and other remote harsh conditions. Under such circumstances, our top priority has to the health and safety of our people.
Some key aspects of Advanced Watertek’ s safety management are
- Rigorous risk assessments
- Compliance to regulatory requirements
- Collaborative approach involving all stakeholders
- Continuous training and awareness
- Periodic audits and inspections
Advanced Watertek is certified by Lloyds Register for ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001: 2015 and ISO 45001: 2018 standards. These systems ensure the wellbeing of all our stakeholders including employees and customers.
With over 1000 systems delivered to more than 50 countries, Advanced Watertek is an industry leader in Reverse Osmosis and Membrane-based Water Treatment Solutions. Our systems are engineered and manufactured at our factory in Dubai and delivered to customers across various industries: Oil & Gas, Marine, Hospitality, F&B, Mining, and Industrial Processing.
Mr. Mohammed Farghaly, CEO of Advanced Watertek said “Health and safety has been our priority from the beginning of our operations back in 1984. We would rather lose business than send our employees to an unsafe site. This is our commitment to anyone who works in the company.”
Mr. Farghaly said “I commend the team for their dedication and constant efforts to ensure safe operational procedures, especially within the factory. Thanks to their hard work, Health & Safety best practices have been inculcated into the daily working routine of the organization. I can proudly say that there are no shortcuts taken for a quick fix!”.