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SBM Offshore in Monaco held its fifth edition of Life Day on Tuesday, May 15. The principle: the holding of a special day centred on themes related to safety, health, the environment, the welfare of employees and sustainable development.
Between 10 am and 4:30 pm, employees were able to participate in informational and training workshops related to these different themes.
This operation is held every year in all the countries in which the company operates – Malaysia, Brazil, United States, Angola, and others. The Group is composed of 850 employees in the Principality and more than 4,700 worldwide.
This fifth edition was marked by an energy transition component. The Mission for Energy Transition, supported by a team made up of six volunteers from SBM Offshore, had a dedicated pop-up stand at the entrance to the SBM building. The objective was to encourage employees to join Monaco’s National Pact for energy transition. The event raised some 60 new memberships.
Divine food and beautiful locations with amazing chefs over seven weeks is the hallmark of SBM’s latest culinary event, taking place from the end of September through to mid-January.
To kick off European Sustainable Development Week, AS Monaco is presenting its new organic vegetable garden intended to help the team boost performance.
A call for participation has been put out for those who would like to make a difference during this year’s European Waste Reduction Week under the theme ‘Circular Communities’.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali dropped a mini-bomb this week when he revealed on CNN that the Monaco GP will now take place over three days instead of four.
According to Monaco-Matin, Monaco bought the fort that sits at the very top of the Tête de Chien rock outcrop that overlooks the Principality with commanding views. The price tag was a reported €13 million and the seller was Orange.
The transaction took place on July 20 and was announced by Jean-Jacques Raffaele, mayor of neighbouring La Turbie. He added that the three-hectare site has been ceded to Monaco. Employees of Orange are still carrying out work at the fort. (Source: Monaco-Matin)