Subsea 7, 20 years of community support


Thirty-three people representing 22 organisations visited Subsea 7 recently to mark a key milestone in relation to the company’s Performance Recognition Scheme. The scheme was established 20 years ago to encourage safe working, high-quality production and care for the environment as well as to drive continuous improvement during pipeline bundle fabrication. The output from this scheme – based on positive results on site – produces financial benefits to worthy local and Highland-wide causes. Since the inception of the Performance Recognition Scheme Subsea 7’s Wester site has delivered £217,255 to organisations and the site crew are very proud of this achievement.

In the past 12 months a total of £39,400 has been awarded by the workforce to a range of charities. Community group representatives were shown round Subsea 7’s Hastigrow facility. General manager Willie Watt said: “By working hard to sustain our HSEQ performance during challenging and demanding projects, we are able to give something back to those groups that need our help the most.”