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Posted On: 13 October 2011 08:23 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

RasGas supports safety with student ambassadors

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RasGas Company Limited (RasGas) honoured students from Al Khor International School (Akis) for successfully graduating from the Safety Ambassador programme, which is a key part of the company’s commitment to promoting a safe and healthy society. RasGas Managing Director Hamad Rashid Mohannadi said: “At RasGas, safety and health is a core commitment. We consider the development of safety and health awareness among our employees and the young people in our community as a necessary life skill. We work with the best people and the best institutions in the industry to achieve the best results.” The programme was developed by RasGas in collaboration with the British Safety Council. During the graduation celebration at RasGas, the young Safety Ambassadors were recognized by the British Safety Council as competent students. RasGas Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHE&Q) Manager, Mr Brett Doherty, and RasGas Safety Manager, Dr Ali Al Hargan presented the awards to the young ambassadors. “When students are equipped with the tools to prevent, detect and stop potential hazards they can really impact their school culture and community in a positive way, and make a difference,” said Dr Al Hargan. “The British Safety Council is proud to partner with RasGas to introduce a Safety Ambassador Programme for young students in AKIS School,” said the British Safety Council chief executive Mrs Julie Nerney. RasGas employees from the SHE&Q Group shared their expertise and skills with students during the three-month training programme.