Despite the ongoing challenges, SOLAFT has successfully completed the change-out for Australian CS Energy – Callide C4 baghouse.

The company worked with CS Energy to ensure a positive outcome for all while adhering to strict site operating protocols.

The team’s approach to safe behaviours focuses on the five ‘Next Steps’ principles, which are: Assess the Area, Body Limits, Line of Fire, Eyes on the Path, and Eyes on Hands. Embracing this behaviour ensures team members taking responsibility for their own safety and that of their fellow workmates.

SOLAFT and CS Energy also conducted 2 x 2 Personal Risk Assessment (PRA) training. Daily PRA individual risk controls were reviewed and signed off by the supervisor.

The change-out was successfully completed on time.

SOLAFT Safety Officer Robert Stevenson said: SOLAFT would like to thank CS Energy and the Downer Alliance for all their support in enabling our team to achieve an outstanding safety result for this outage”.

CS Energy recognised the contribution of the team and excellent collaboration.

Callide Power Station General Manager Brett Smith: Just a short note of appreciation from the Person in Charge of a Business Undertaking (PCBU) for your outstanding performance at the recent C4 outage at Callide power station. It proves that good things happen with great leadership”.

At SOLAFT, we embrace safety procedures while acknowledging the importance of the commercial aspect of completing the project on time.