We are proud to announce that phase two of the electrical distribution upgrade for our client Ferguson Marine is underway! Phase two of the workshop distribution upgrade project will aid the delivery of the first environmentally friendly, gas propelled ferry for Caledonian Macbrayne.
Over the past few years, Ferguson Marine has pushed the boundaries of innovation, particularly in the development of green propulsion technologies – first diesel-electric hybrid and then liquefied natural gas, demonstrated by the recent successful launches of MV Catriona and MV Glen Sannox.
Pictured here with Ian Kelso (Head of Procurement, Ferguson Marine), Gareth Fudge (WGM, Electrical Director) said; “WGM are delighted to be working with such a pioneering Scottish Company. This upgrade will not only provide surety regards electrical safety onsite but delivery productivity efficiencies at the same time”.
“Safety and Well-being are at the heart of everything we do, meaning that we all go home safe and well.” – Ian Mathieson, Managing Director.
Statistics issued by the Health & Safety Executive detailed that between 2017/2018, 144 people were killed at their work. With this in mind, on November 2nd we held our first ever Health, Safety & Wellbeing conference. The purpose; to raise awareness for not only physical health but also mental health.
Our event featured presentations from Mark Dickson (Scottish Water, Capital Investment Director), Martin Bradbury (WGM Engineering, Chairman), Kris Kelly from the Scottish Association of Mental Health (SAMH) and a very moving safety presentation from Gary Gallagher whom himself has experienced the impact of a health and safety incident which went wrong. WGM not only commit, we promise, that we will deliver an environment where health, safety and well-being are paramount and everyone returns home from work safely.
WGM not only commit, we promise, that we will deliver an environment where health, safety and well-being are paramount and everyone returns home from work safely.
Yesterday we had the pleasure of welcoming Kris Kelly from SAMH into our head office to present him with a donation from WGM Engineering.
SAMH currently operate over 60 services in communities across Scotland and provide mental health social care support, homelessness, addictions and employment services, in addition to other services. We are delighted to offer our support to an excellent charity which helps improve the well-being of individuals who are struggling with their mental health.
For more information on the full range of services and support SAMH offer, visit https://www.samh.org.uk