The award-winning HMAS Creswell Redevelopment Team has been recognised for delivering Australia’s first fire-fighting and leak-stop-and-repair training unit. The training unit includes a range of safety systems that coordinate, monitor, and control training scenarios.
Noosa Drafting Services is proud to have been part of the team.
The team was tasked with safely building a facility that was specifically designed to place sailors in simulated dangerous and life-threatening scenarios, including fighting gas and diesel fires in confined spaces.
The project also involved a number of environmental challenges, such as minimising any potential contaminated runoff from the site and eliminating the emission of large plumes of black smoke from the fire-fighting units.
Meeting these challenges and safely delivering new facilities required a commitment to safety from everyone involved in the project. Two particular elements that contributed greatly to the successful outcome were:
Congratulations to the HMAS Creswell Redevelopment Team for successfully producing one of the safest training units of its type in the world.
Source: The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner
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