Bakken Team Earns Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas
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Bakken Team Earns Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas

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08.28.2017

The Hess Bakken Facilities Construction Team has earned industry recognition for its extraordinary safety record. In the past three years, the team worked more than 2.5 million hours without a recordable injury while also reducing high-potential incidents and first aid cases. The last OSHA recordable injury occurred in November 2014.

At a celebration during the August 24 Colorado Oil & Gas Association's Energy Summit in Denver, the team earned a Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Award for excellence in health and safety.

"It was a team effort of improvement and top quartile safety performance," said Brandon Herda, ‎Manager, Environmental Health and Safety for the Hess Bakken Well Factory and Infrastructure.

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