1M hours – Nass Contracting

One Million Man-Hours without LTI, Achieved!

Nass Contracting sustains high standards SHEQ procedures 

Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Nass Contracting, the preferred contractor in the kingdom, has successfully completed One Million Man-Hours at the ALBA Line 6 Power Station 5 without Lost Time Incidents (LTI) on October 5th, 2017- a significant milestone demonstrating the Company’s commitment to safe performance.

Acknowledging the significance of the occasion, Mr. Nigel Hector, Operations Manager, said:

“Safety is a core value in Nass Contracting that we have embedded in all of our systems.  Over the past few years, we have continuously improved our SHEQ programs and introduced several initiatives aimed at ensuring the safety of our people and assets.”

“This milestone however, was not achieved by these programs alone.  The dedication and expertise of our people and the support of our shareholder partners were crucial in making this achievement possible.  As we continue our journey to be the Regional Premier Contacting company, we will set ever higher SHEQ standards and strive to reach new milestones.  This achievement clearly demonstrates that we are on the right path.  I wish to express my thanks and congratulations to all Nass Contracting employees and contractors for their support in reaching this important milestone.” he added.

 About ALBA Line 6 Power Station 5:

ALBA Line 6 Power Station 5 will be the largest single site smelter upon project completion. The Line 6 Expansion Project, expected to begin production in early 2019, will boost the per-annum aluminium production by 514,000 metric tonnes upon full ramp-up. This would bring Alba’s total production capacity to approximately 1,450,000 metric tonnes per year. Due to increased power demands, the Line 6 Expansion Project will require the construction of a fifth power station (PS5) and Power Distribution System (PDS). The power station PS5 is intended to supply the new Line 6 expansion smelter loads at 220 kV and auxiliary loads at 11.5 kV.