Donation presented ......
In September 2013, approximately 400 operatives/supervisors who work on the EVAP D project were taken to a nearby offsite facility, for a briefing on topical site issues with a great emphasis of the briefing on site Health and Safety. The briefing for this large workforce was held in two separate sessions.
During the briefing the workforce were shown a 30 minute video about a real woman’s story of her husband tragically dying on a construction site.
The EVAP D project Safety Health and Environmental (SHE) team had organised for Jen Deeney to enter the room from the back and introduce herself, after the video of her story had been shown. She reiterated that her story was real and she was not just an actress telling a fictional story. Not only did she share her devastating story, she also stated that by changing the way we worked, for example just taking that extra 30 seconds to clear up any mess, cover up any gaps and collecting the right tools etc, that we can all avoid causing, or being part of, a serious accident. Jen also mentioned the help and support that received from the Lighthouse Club, it was Jen’s courage
and determination to help others coupled with the good works done by the charity for people in our industry that the EVAP D project Management Team decided to make a donation to this worthwhile good cause.