46 Stolt Tankers ships receive Safety Achievement Awards

Stolt Tankers is pleased to announce that 46 of its ships that called at US ports during 2021 have received Jones F. Devlin Awards for safety from the Chamber of Shipping of America.

Stolt Tankers is pleased to announce that 46 of its ships that called at US ports during 2021 have received Jones F. Devlin Awards for safety from the Chamber of Shipping of America.

Stolt Tankers is pleased to announce that 46 of its ships that called at US ports during 2021 have received Jones F. Devlin Awards for safety from the Chamber of Shipping of America.

The awards were presented at the CSA's Annual Safety Awards luncheon in June and recognise the contribution to maritime safety that our fleet has made. The 46 ships that received an award operated for a combined total of 138 years with no lost-time injuries.

Kathy J. Metcalf, CSA President & CEO said: “The Chamber of Shipping of America thanks the entire US maritime community, including especially the men and women operating the vessels, for the tremendous job you do in operating ships and vessels. You do have a great job and should be proud of your accomplishments.”

About the Jones F. Devlin Awards
Devlin Award Certificates are awarded to all manned merchant vessels that have operated for two full years or more without a crew member losing a full turn at watch because of an occupational injury. To qualify for a Devlin Award Certificate, a vessel must be in operation with a full crew. Days in protracted lay-up resulting in crew reduction are not considered days in operation.

The Jones F. Devlin Award is one of two safety programmes the CSA has sponsored since 1968. The award publicly recognises the skills and dedication of those who are responsible for safe vessel operations. The award, which is open to CSA members and non-members alike, is presented at the Annual Safety Awards Luncheon held each year.