Donation from Global Energy Group
The Place are delighted to be receiving a donation of £1,000 from Global Energy Group as part of a new hazard awareness initiative with Seaway 7 and Seagreen Wind Energy Limited that will see local charities receiving a £1,000 donation.
The new Monthly Hazard Observation Card Award was developed by Seaway 7 – client of Global Energy Group, who is the owner and operator of the Port of Nigg and administrators of the safety initiative – and the Seagreen project team which is a joint venture between TotalEnergies and SSE Renewables.
If an employee identifies any potential hazards or improvements on-site, they can submit a Hazard Observation Card to their team leader. The best card each month is chosen and the person who submitted it is given the opportunity to nominate a charity to receive a £1,000 donation. Global Energy Group, Seaway 7 and Seagreen each contribute a third of the monthly donation.
The winner of the inaugural award was David Kernaghan, Rope Access Supervisor for Global Energy Services. David chose The Place Youth Centre (SC018055) in Alness as the recipient of his £1,000 prize. The Place has has delivered youth work services for over three decades, helping develop employability skills in the young, such as confidence, leadership, team building and self-esteem, and also delivers sex and drug education.