DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013

DuPont Sustainable Solutions has announced the winners of the 2013 DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards. The 11th annual DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards is an initiative intended to further advocate for corporate stewardship in safety and sustainability and reward companies for their innovative, effective programs that have succeeded in making their workplaces safer and more sustainable.

DuPont Sustainable Solutions accepted entries from all organizations that demonstrated significant achievements in safety or sustainability in one of six categories:  Safety Performance Improvement, Innovative Approach to Safety, Visible Management Commitment, Sustainable Corporate Footprint, and Cultural Evolution and Stakeholder Engagement.

The 2013 award winners are as follows:

The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company, a major global producer of oil and gas through its offshore facilities in the United Arab Emirates, has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards due to the innovative approach to safety embodied in the company’s ‘Green Hands’ program.

Adana Cement Industry, a Turkish company with production facilities across the Mediterranean region and Cyprus, has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 based on its impressive achievements in improving safety performance.

AES Kyivoblenergo, a Ukrainian subsidiary of the leading power company AES Corporation, has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 as a result of the safety performance improvement achieved through its corporate safety ‘Champion’ program.

ArcelorMittal Temirtau JSC, a Kazakh subsidiary of the world’s leading steel producer ArcelorMittal, has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 owing to the company’s achievements in driving a cultural evolution in safety and sustainability.

Engro Fertilizers, a wholly owned subsidiary of leading Pakistani conglomerate Engro Corp, has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 on the basis of the company’s efforts in achieving stakeholder engagement for sustainability.

Kuwait Petroleum International (Q8 Brand), a subsidiary of the state-owned Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), has been selected as a winner for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 due to the company’s efforts in ensuring a sustainable corporate footprint.

The other 2013 award finalists are as follows:

The Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company, a major global producer of oil and gas through its offshore facilities in the United Arab Emirates, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards based on the company’s performance in stakeholder engagement, specifically as it relates to sustainability.

AECOM Middle East, the Abu Dhabi-based regional branch of the global provider of professional technical and management support services, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards as a result of the company’s safety performance improvement achieved in its Etihad Towers project.

Founded in the Netherlands more than 50 years ago, Aggreko International, the largest specialist power generation rental company in the world, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards on the basis of the safety performance improvement achieved at its international projects hub located in the Jebel Ali Free Zone in Dubai.

Operating in the southeast of Ireland since 1972, Danone Baby Nutrition Wexford, a manufacturer and distributor of specialised infant and toddler milks acquired in 2008 by French multinational Groupe Danone, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards on the basis of the company’s achievements in implementing an innovative approach to safety.

Egypt Basic Industries Corporation (EBIC), a petrochemicals producer and one of the largest fertiliser exporters on the Suez Canal, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 due to the company’s achievements in executing an innovative approach to safety.

ENRC is one of the leading diversified natural resources groups in the world and is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 based on its achievements in implementing a cultural evolution in sustainability.

Eurest Portugal, a local subsidiary of the multinational food and support services conglomerate Compass Group, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 on the basis of the company’s achievements in stakeholder engagement for sustainability.

Commencing activities in 1970, Ferrexpo Poltava Mining is one of the leading Ukrainian iron ore producing and processing companies. Ferrexpo Poltava Mining is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards on the basis of the company’s achievements in cultural development in safety, social and environmental responsibility.

Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 on the basis of a visible management commitment to safety.

Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), an integrated, state-owned oil entity founded in 1980, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards 2013 on the basis of the company’s visible management commitment to safety.

Saipem, a globally active turnkey contractor in the oil and gas industry, is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards as a result of the company’s efforts in pursuing a sustainable corporate footprint.

With a history stretching back almost a century, Unilever Turkey – a subsidiary of the multinational consumer goods conglomerate Unilever – is a finalist for the DuPont Safety and Sustainability Awards on the basis of the company’s efforts in pursuing a sustainable corporate footprint.