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Omani contractors pass 5m man-hours without injury

Two contractors post major safety milestone on wastewater project

Omani contractors will celebrate their milestone with a ceremony. Picture for illustrative purposes only.
Omani contractors will celebrate their milestone with a ceremony. Picture for illustrative purposes only.

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Two Omani contractors have posted a major safety milestone on the Al Maabela South waste water project by recording five million man hours without a lost time injury.

Arab Contractors Company and National United Engineering and Contracting company, jointly working on the project that is now 72% complete, passed the milestone earlier this week.

The milestone will be marked with ceremony under the auspices of Sultan bin Hamdoon al Harthi, Head of Muscat Municipality and Chairman of Haya Water, to honour the staff and recognise their safety achievement.

The wastewater network project in Al Maabela South includes a 177km long gravity based network for the collection of wastewater, sub lines and connections that connect about 6,500 houses and a 47km treated water network plus a 400km long fibre optic network.


 

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