We have enjoyed the day and considered a successful event and we received a lot of quality feedback, which is highly appreciated. We look forward to a safe and successful rope access season 2022, and look forward to have you on board and perhaps meet (again) on our projects.
Rolf de Vries, Managing Director.
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The Core Values give direction to mutual cooperation and cooperation with our customers. The elaboration of the Core Values should also give direction to the safety culture and safety performance. During the Supervisor days we have shared, deepened and embedded the Core Values in daily practice. For this we have used the core values dialogue game. Feedback from the sessions told us that:
The Bluestream rope access manual received an update in layout and contents. The lay-out was brought in line with the company layout applied to the manuals for the other disciplines, i.e. diving and ROV.
In addition multiple work instructions were prepared. These work instructions are all set-up in the same way for easy reference to the end users. The table of contents was discussed with all attendees.
The following work instruction have been prepared and added to the management system:
Hot Work activities (incl. flame cutting, plasma cutting, welding and goughing)
An example was given were in 2021 the process was not used and caused a quality incident.
A mentimeter survey was also used to request all attendees what tool, besides the earlier discussed edge protection, is often missed in the Bluestream equipment containers. For this also these results are being analysed by the technical authority team and a short list of additional equipment will be made before adding these items to the standard equipment list. This will also happen in 2022.