Aleron is upgrading its processes to be in alignment with STOW

January 9, 2021

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Aleron Limited in its drive to constantly raise the bar and improve not only upon its level of professionalism and quality, but on health and safety as well. Safe TO Work or STOW certification is a certification programme for contractors’ HSE management systems, but the low risk version is more suitable/applicable to design engineering consultancy firms such as ours and thus Aleron has embarked upon an exercise to acquire this certification. We have already commissioned a Quality Assurance Manager to spearhead this assignment and liaise with the certified assessors to go through all the requirements necessary before finally achieving this goal from the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago.

The reason behind our company seeking STOW Certification is that we currently do projects within the energy sector such as YARA and TGU. Therefore not only must our team members maintain valid PLEA (Point Lisas Energy Association) HSEQ passports; the company itself must demonstrate to the Association of Upstream Operators of Trinidad and Tobago that we conduct our daily activities in accordance with the more stringent HSE requirements that have surpassed those of OSHA.

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