ACWA Power's NOMAC hits 20 million safe man-hours in May 2020
NOMAC, which is the operations & maintenance arm of the Saudi firm, recorded the safety milestone across 24 plants in 9 countries
The operations and maintenance (O&M) arm of Saudi Arabia-based ACWA Power, NOMAC has recorded a safety milestone as it posted 20 million safe man-hours across 24 plant sites in nine countries in May 2020.
Revealing the safety milestone in a LinkedIn post, NOMAC said: “We recognise the incredible efforts of all teams who are living our core value of safety, enabling cities, countries, and communities to receive the most vital services, safely, responsibly, and reliably 24/7, 365 days a year.”
The company added that going incident free at its sites required advanced technological support. For this, it has invested in systems and big data platforms to educate, inform, monitor safety performance, and record lessons that have been learnt from its experiences.
According to NOMAC, over 2,100 people have been working across these sites and maintaining a zero harm operation as part of its Safe Work Authority (SWA) policy.
Last year, ACWA Power and NOMAC launched a new company — NOMAC Maintenance Energy Services (NMES) — which specialises in deploying and providing technologically advanced maintenance solutions for power generation and water desalination plants.