Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corporation recently received a prestigious Malaysian Construction Industry Excellence Awards (MCIEA 2011) , under Special Awards Health And Safety category by Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB). The award was presented during MCIEA Dinner at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on 15 February 2012. Datuk Abang Haji Abdul Karim Bin Tun Abang Haji Openg, Chairman of Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corporation received the award from the YBHg Datuk Ir. Hamzah Hasan, Chairman of CIDB Malaysia.
The Malaysian Construction Industry Excellence Awards (MCIEA) is intended to be the Malaysian premier accolades for all round excellence. The categories for the MCIEA 2011 are:
- Contractor Awards (G1 to G7 category)
- Special Awards
- Safety and Health Award
- Environmental Best Practices Award
- Integrated Building System (IBS) Award
- Innovation Award
- R&D Project of the Year Award
- International Achievement Award
- Individual Awards
- Contractor of the year Award
The objectives of the MCIEA 2011 are to recognize individual or and organization who have contributed and demonstrated excellence in enhancing image, performance and improvement of the construction industry and to provide a platform for healthy competition amongst industry players in the quest for excellence by showcasing best and practices in project implementation.
This Special Safety and Health Award is to recognize local contractors who have demonstrated best practices and continuously monitored Safety and Health at their construction projects. The assessment was based on Construction Industry Standard No:10, Safety and Health Assessment System in Construction (SHASSIC). Contractors who have achieved work progress between 25% and 75% are eligible for this Special Award Category. The evaluation was based on documentation, workplace inspection and employees interview. During the assessment in May 2010, Brooke Dockyard Safety and Health Performance was rated 94% based on Five Stars Rating System. Brooke Dockyard was among the eight construction industry players being shortlisted for this category.
This Safety and Health award is one of the prestigious awards received by Brooke Dockyard since its involvement in the fabrication of Oil & Gas Modules/Platforms in 1997. In 2001 and 2002, Brooke Dockyard was awarded Gold Safety Award and Merit Award respectively by Petronas for the adoption and excellent implementation of Contractor’s HSE Management System. Besides, Brooke Dockyard was also awarded a series of Safety Achievement Awards for Non-Lost Time Incident (LTI) for all the completed projects.
In October 2009, Brooke Dockyard HSE Management System was certified to OHSAS 18001:2007 by SIRIM QAS International Sdn. Bhd. and IQ Net International Certification Network. The elements of OHSAS 18001:2007 OHS Management System are adopted in place and actively functioning in oil & gas project operations and ship repairing and maintenance activities. Brooke Dockyard shall continue to maintain and sustain the OHSAS 18001:2007 certification and besides this, will embark on environmental certification program for ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System.
Brooke Dockyard believes that with Health Safety and Environment Management System in place, it will be able to develop positive and decent safety and healthy working culture amongst the workforce.
Embracing a committed Safety and Health journey has assisted Brooke Dockyard to be a recognized as a leading oil & gas fabrication company in East Malaysia. Having undertaken works for past years, Brooke Dockyard has completed 16 offshore modules, 9 substructures and 4 Living Quarters since 1997. Now Brooke Dockyard has established full range of multi-national clients with world class expectations (Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd., Shell, Talisman, Murphy Oil and Exxonmobil). Presently, Brooke Dockyard is undertaking works for Murphy Sarawak Oil Co Ltd building EPCIC Merapuh A Production Topsides. So, far Brooke Dockyard had worked more than 450,000 manhours without any Lost Time Incident (LTI) .