Asharami Energy Exceeds Industry Goal of 2 Million LTI-Free Work Hours
Asharami Energy, an upstream company of the Sahara Group, achieved 2,000,000 working hours without loss of time (LTI) over 1085 days, surpassing the industry record
— Henry Menkiti, Chief Operating Officer, Asharami Energy
LAGOS, NIGERIA, January 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A commitment without harm to employees, stakeholders and the environment produced 2,000,000 lost time injury (LTI) free working hours over 1085 days at Asharami Energy, an upstream company of the group Sahara.
Henry Menkiti, Chief Operating Officer of Asharami Energy, made the revelation during Company Safety Week – an annual event aimed at reinforcing Asharami’s commitment to global safety and health standards. at work (OHS).
Lost time injury, a key O&S benchmark in the oil and gas industry, is a measure of injury or illness resulting from a work-related event that involves days away from work or results in downtime of operations.
Menkiti said Asharami Energy’s OHS standards guide the company’s operations, community relations, procurement, environmental, social and governance impact as it continues to spearhead the sustainability in the oil and gas sector in Africa.
According to him, achieving 2 million LTI-free makes Asharami Energy a leading African upstream brand in managing health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) issues in the sector. “We have consistently exceeded the industry standard of 1,000,000 LTI-free working hours in a deliberate, proactive and sustained pursuit of our commitment to do no harm to people and the environment. Our employees are relentless when it comes to safety and we have managed to convey this passion to our host communities and other stakeholders to make our operations seamless and productive across the value chain,” he said. he declares.
Menkiti said Safety Week provides a platform for Asharami Energy employees to review its safety process and protocols, optimize the previous year’s gains and recommit to ensuring that every stakeholder remains vigilant and involved in the prevention and eradication of threats.
“Operational safety and health issues receive daily attention at Asharami Energy, as we all share a passion for safety above any other pursuit in our operations. Our employees have been phenomenal in this regard and our host communities and other stakeholders are also to be commended for their support. Through continued investment in technology and leading responsible engineering across our operations, we are confident to maintain impressive safety records as the business continues to grow,” he said. -he adds.
Asharami Energy is one of Africa’s leading independent exploration and production (E&P) companies with a diversified portfolio of eight oil and gas assets in prolific basins across Africa. Asharami Energy Limited and Sahara Energy Fields Holdings UK Limited are the leading entities in Sahara’s upstream operations.
These assets are in various stages of development ranging from exploration fields to mature production fields with enormous potential for positive returns.