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CGS develop industry leading safety works procedure for work near overhead power lines
CGS develop industry leading safety works procedure for work near overhead power lines
Published on 06 Feb 2024

Part of our focus for 2024 is to take what we've learnt as experts in the highways and soft estate sector over the past couple of decades and translate that knowledge into expertise in other sectors.

So we're really excited about the amount of Utilities work we've been winning recently. Our clients in the sector are recognising our expertise and the value we bring to their projects.

Part of the reason we're so well positioned in this sector is that we have invested serious time in creating a set of safety documentation that works for this type of high-risk activity. Once we’d put the works procedure together, we opened it for comments from the teams on the ground, many of them having previously worked in this exact sector.

With their knowledge and expertise our procedure was updated following positive feedback and practical suggestions from our workforce. This is an excellent example of delivery driven business improvement. Our ground teams are the real experts on what we do, their knowledge and experience builds and improves our safety systems helping to keep our teams on the ground, our clients, members of the public and our business safe.

If you'd like to understand how Chevron Green Services can support your work around Overhead Power Lines, please contact our Business Development Manager Daniel Palmer: for more information.

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