“The maintenance of on and offshore plants in the oil and gas as well as the wind industry demands a great deal from our employees”, says Sandy Bonner, Managing Director at Bilfinger Salamis UK. “We therefore not only pay close attention to their qualifications, but also to their diligence, their discipline and even to their physical fitness.”
“We take the needs and concernsSandy Bonner Managing Director Bilfinger Salamis UK
of our employees very seriously.”
For more than 40 years, Bilfinger Salamis has been supporting operators of oil platforms, gas plants and wind turbines throughout Northwest Europe. Today, the company, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, is among the leading providers of services along the entire lifecycle of such facilities. Most recent order: A three-year contract with Statoil for coating-related work at the Sheringham Shoal offshore wind park.
“For our customers, it is mainly our employees who represent who we are and they judge us on the basis of their performance and commitment. This is one of the main reasons why it is so important to us that our employees have working conditions that ideally support them their work and also motivate them to do their best. This also means communicating intensively with each other and that we take their concerns and their needs seriously”, says Bonner.
Scaffolder Bilfinger Salamis UK
Offshore wind farm Sheringham Shoal
Ryan Clegg is a scaffolder at Bilfinger Salamis and represents the interests of employees: “Through the employee representation that was developed last year, a direct line of communication with company management is now possible. I use this committee to address the current issues and concerns facing my project team and to provide feedback”, he says. “This approach allows many of the problems brought up by the employee representatives to be solved through mutual agreement. Talking to each other about such issues is extremely important. The condition for this is of course that management is also willing to consider the interests of employees.”