In partnership with the Department of Energy (DOE), the Safety and Health Association of the Philippines Energy Sector, Inc. (SHAPES) declared renewable energy producers SN Aboitiz Power-Benguet (SNAP-Benguet) and SN Aboitiz Power-Magat (SNAP-Magat) as Hall of Famers for the 2018 Corporate Safety and Health Excellence Awards. This is to recognize their exemplary occupational health and safety performance for three consecutive years from 2016-2018.
The Ambuklao and Binga Hydroelectric Power Plants (HEPP) of SNAP-Benguet jointly have more than 3.79 million man hours of having no lost time incident. Meanwhile, Magat HEPP of SNAP-Magat recorded nearly 1.18 million manhours with no lost time incident. The awarding ceremony was held during the 14th Energy Safety and Health Conference at the University of the Philippines-Bonifacio Global City Campus on December 6. Several SNAP safety professionals were also feted for being instrumental in implementing safety and health policies that helped the company attain zero lost time accident. Eliseo Rey Ingles, Jillann Jacinto, Cheryl Ragsac, and Rachelle Anne Severo were awarded as 2018 Outstanding Safety and Health Professionals. Meanwhile, Clifford Dailay, Hollis Fernandez, Jessie Palma, and Cesar Vicente were recognized as the 2018 Hall of Famer Professional Awards for achieving the Outstanding Safety and Health Professional Awards for three straight years.
Safety is one of the corporate values of SNAP. Insistence on safe work practices emerges from the company’s commitment to its employees, the environment and its host communities. IN PHOTO: Department of Energy Director Mario Marasigan (leftmost) confers the corporate and individual SHAPES Safety and Health Awards 2018 to SNAP-Benguet and SNAP-Magat representatives led by SNAP Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Engr. Emmanuel Lopez (6th from left) in a ceremony held during the 14th Energy Safety and Health Conference at the University of the Philippines-Bonifacio Global City Campus on December 6.