Safety means dollars for Adolescent oncology care

Mermaid Clough Proprietary Limited, a joint venture between Clough Limited and Mermaid Marine, and Apache Energy Limited have jointly donated $30,000 to Princess Margaret Hospital for Children.

The donation is the result of a project safety program, whereby the meeting of pre-set safety targets means a monetary reward becomes available to a worthy external beneficiary selected by the project employees.

The PMH selection was made by the construction workforce and then sanctioned by both companies.

"Managing safety in the offshore industry is of the utmost importance to us, so this donation becomes the ‘icing on the cake’ when you know how it was achieved," Neville Jones of Apache Energy said.

The donation will go towards the construction of the Adolescent Wing of the Oncology Ward, and also to purchase a telescope used in Thoracic Surgery and two enteral feeding pumps for the Burns Unit.

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