For the second time in company history, Danos is the recipient of NOIA’s Safety in Seas Culture of Safety Award. The company first won the award in 2014.
“Danos is honored to be this year’s recipient of NOIA’s Culture of Safety Award,” said Owner Paul Danos. “We have been developing our safety program and culture for 73 years. While our company has grown, and our service offerings have evolved, one thing that has remained constant is putting people and their safety first. Our safety team is second to none, but every Danos employee plays a role in contributing to our safety culture on a daily basis.”
According to NOIA, Danos was recognized for “establishing an institutional safety culture through behavior-based safety programs and innovations like virtual reality to enhance worker training and augmented reality to improve work processes.” In addition, NOIA recognized Danos’ company best Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) of 0.11, despite logging 8.9 million man-hours in 2019—35% more than ever before.
The Safety in Seas entries were evaluated by an independent panel of judges from the U.S. Coast Guard, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement and an industry safety consultant.
Read NOIA’s full release here: https://www.noia.org/2020-noia-safety-in-seas-awards/