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Mercury recognised for dedication to quality and safety on pharma project in Dublin
Mercury is delighted to announce that several of our team members have recently been recognised for their dedication to quality and safety, while working on a project for MSD Biotech Dublin.
Mercury received several rewards due to the excellent standards achieved on W1,2 and 3 ICT infrastructure handover walks.
Gareth Brodigan, Quality Manager for MSD Biotech, Dublin, said that there was a number of reasons why the Mercury team were so successful in upholding our first-class quality and safety record on this project.
Gareth was also keen to highlight the positive and professional working relationship that Mercury maintained with MSD Biotech Dublin, which was crucial in the success of this project.
Communication played an integral role throughout, and quality was discussed with operatives through weekly toolbox talks, while incentives and rewards were offered to those who showed excellent attention to quality.
Mercury also displayed quality notice boards on this site, which prompted positive engagement from team members.
All installations made on-site were bench marked against the approved First of Kinds schedule.
Mercury is proud of a number of recent accolades achieved on the MSD Biotech project.
In February, over 4 million people hours were achieved on this project, without any Lost Time Injuries (LTIs) recorded.
A number of our operatives were also recently rewarded for their dedication to safety on this site.
Team member Warren De Jager was awarded for the second time in months after identifying dangerously protruding nails sticking through cladding on a high level scaffold, with the potential to cause serious puncture wounds, cuts and scrapes.
All operatives working on this site are expected to take part in a Safety Observation Report scheme (SOR) – whereby any potential quality or safety issues are identified, reported and logged.
The key objective of this scheme is to encourage all on site personnel to identify any issues or hazards which may need to be repaired or replaced, ensuring other personnel are not affected.
Warren was presented with an award cert, which he received, while adhering to COVID-19 social distancing policy.
At Mercury, we appreciate that we’re only as good as our last job.
This dedication to the highest quality and safety standards keeps us pushing forward, never complacent but driven to make it happen no matter what lies ahead.
It’s our delivery, training and processes that make The Mercury Way.
People want to work with us because they know, using the most up to date technology and innovative methods, we’ll always deliver better, faster and smarter for our clients with the highest attention paid to safety and quality.
Quality in construction performance and client care underpin our reputation as a leading contractor delivering complex projects throughout all regions in which we operate. Key to our success is our constant investment in our people, supply chain and in the latest innovations in technology. Mercury is certified to ISO 9001:2015 – the highest internationally recognised standard in quality management. We don’t only satisfy quality system requirements to deliver the best possible service to our clients – we continually aspire to exceed them.
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