A message from CEO Bob Long
Nigeria in Focus
Loving the Limbe Wildlife Center in Cameroon
Happy New Year!
The crews of the Sedco 601 working offshore Malaysia recently enjoyed Chinese New Year festivities aboard the rig. This year’s Chinese New Year began on Jan. 26, 2009.
Houston Audit Team Visits Okpo, South Korea
The Houston Audit team in February visited Transocean’s project team in Okpo, South Korea for a review of operations at DSME shipyard. L to R: Naomi Cancienne, Audit Manager; Anne Nelson Auditor III; Kirk Anderson, Lead Auditor; Hiren Thakkar, Auditor III; and Clayton Kamin, Auditor III.
SLF Training in Canada
The first three NAM division Safety Leadership Foundation workshops were recently completed in St. Johns, Newfoundland, with crew members from the Henry Goodrich and the Grand Banks participating. The workshops cover Transocean safety processes such as THINK, START, Permit To Work, Time Out For Safety and Management of Change. In addition, a major focus of the workshops is to help people understand what a safety leader is and how to use the processes correctly and consistently to achieve the company’s Safety Vision of an incident-free workplace, all the time, everywhere. > Reprinted from the March 2009 NAM Newsletter
Members of the Subsea Downtime Prevention School team recently took some time before school started in Cairo to view the pyramids. L to R: Jeff Jones, Sr. Subsea; Leon Schwartz, West Hou, former Transocean Sr. Subsea; and John Wright from contractor company Simple Leadership Strategies.
Gulf of Guinea Division Gives Back
NIGERIA IN FOCUS
2009 FIRST Excellence Awards