Brasil Offshore 2015

Brasil Offshore 2015

TRAC Petróleo e Gás LTDA was pleased to exhibit at the recent Brasil Offshore 2015 exhibition in Macaé – the heart of Brasil’s
Oil & Gas industry.

We have exhibited at a number of events in Brasil since 2013 including OTC Brasil and Rio Oil & Gas. Last year we made a commitment to the Brasilian economy, setting up permanent office and training premises in Macaé with a workforce comprised of over 90% Brasilian citizens.

TRAC’s office and training premises in Macaé, Brasil

Brasil Offshore 2015 was an excellent opportunity to celebrate the continued success of our established presence and operations in Brasil.

TRAC’s Gordon Cook, Ruben Mateus, Rohanna Dias and Wilian Velozo on the Stand

We were pleased to share stand space with our partners EDRA and successfully met our wider objectives for the event. These included; continuing to raise awareness of TRAC in Brasil as a local service provider, sharing our latest news and developments, speaking to prospective and current clients. We also had the opportunity to showcase TRAC’s capabilities as a supplier delivering Best in Class performance achieving innovative, efficient and cost saving results.

TRAC and EDRA staff together on the Stand

During the exhibition, we announced a recent contract award. TRAC will be working with Consórcio Integra Offshore to provide Rope Access, Inspection, Repair and Maintenance services to their end client Petrobras. This positive news along with the other contracts we hold place our Brasilian operations strongly, contributing significantly to TRAC’s global turnover figure.

‘No Time to Lose’ Campaign

TRAC has signed a pledge to take action as part of the IOSH championed ‘No Time to Lose’ campaign, working with the industry to raise awareness and beat occupational cancer.

An estimated 86% of malignant melanoma cases in the UK are linked to UV radiation from the sun.

The aim is to assist our Field Technicians with the issue of protection whilst exposed to the sun. Specific PPE with UV protection has been issued, risk assessments conducted and written heat management & action plans created. Awareness has been raised through our monthly safety campaigns, all as part of the measures to protect exposed skin – normally the neck area.

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