The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services recognized Trihydro at the 2019 Safety and Workforce Summit on July 9, 2019. During the summit, the Department and industry partners acknowledged outstanding contributions of employers across Wyoming for going above and beyond to maintain a strong commitment to their employees and communities. Trihydro received the Wyoming Workforce Development Council 2019 Large Employer of the Year award.
“This award is meaningful as it highlights Trihydro’s commitment to our most valuable assets, our employees.” said George Mathes, Trihydro Senior Vice President. “Our employee-driven culture of collaboration, well-being, and professional development has enabled Trihydro to grow and make a difference for our clients and the communities where we work, live, and play.”
In addition, Emily Conkling, Trihydro Assistant Staff Engineer, was presented the 2019 Stop Work Authority Award by the Wyoming Oil and Gas Industry Safety Alliance (WOGISA).
The Stop Work Authority Award recognizes individuals who suspend a work task or operation when they identified an unforeseen hazard or unsafe condition, or when a risk control is not clearly established or understood. Ms. Conkling was nominated and awarded this recognition based on identifying a recall issue with a fleet vehicle she was driving on a work trip.
“I’m thankful to work at a company that places such an emphasis on safety, and I was honored to represent Trihydro at the summit,” said Ms. Conkling.