Well Ops safety record benefits Daisy Chain
The crew of the Well Enhancer, part of Well Ops (UK) Ltd, have donate £1300 to Daisy Chain following a successful safety record.
For every month that the Well Enhancer is injury free of industrial accidents, Well Ops (UK) Ltd contribute to a charity fund, which is then distributed to charities nominated by staff.
Alan Hartfield, Safety Coach onboard the Well Enhancer, nominated Daisy Chain to benefit from the scheme, he said: “My wife and I began accessing Daisy Chain whilst our son Ellis was undergoing diagnosis for ASC. Since then we have accessed a range of services including the social clubs and links support group and we really couldn’t be without Daisy Chain.”
Well Ops provides a wide range of well operation, subsea wireline and decommissioning services with specialist vessels and innovative equipment. The Well Enhancer, is one of two purpose built offshore units which have mobile equipment for ease of mobilisation to remote areas and can provide both open water and riser based intervention services supported by both saturation diving and WROV capabilities.
Matt Simpson, Daisy Chain Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted that Alan nominated Daisy Chain. The money will help to fund activities on site and benefit hundreds of families across the Tees Valley who are affected by autism. We are very grateful to Well Ops for this donation.”
Daisy Chain is a haven for families affected by autism in the Tees Valley. Daisy Chain provides a range of services, including support and activity groups for the whole family. We believe that Daisy Chain makes a demonstrable, significant and sustainable difference to the lives of the hundreds families across the Tees Valley.
For more information on Daisy Chain please contact us on 01642 531248 or visit our website at www.daisychainproject.co.uk.