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Beyond Break Map AN AUSTRALIAN company Beyond the Break Ltd has announced it will be working with the ExxonMobil PNG drill team to design and deliver safety leadership training.

This will be followed by safety coaching and professional development. The PNG project remains one of the most challenging projects globally.

In pursuit of conducting a hurt and spill free operation, ExxonMobil has engaged Beyond the Break to deliver the safety program to national and expatriate workforces in the Southern Highlands Province.  BTB will also be working in the Gulf region [see map].

It is recognised that the more experienced expatriate workforce will need to take a leading and coaching role with the less experienced national crew.

The program will be a sincere and direct approach to ensure participants clearly understand the importance of safety.

PNG has been known as one of the last frontiers of exploration and there will be many safety considerations associated with drilling in the region.

“We are in the fortunate position of working with two close partners, ExxonMobil and Nabors Australia,” says Simon Phin, CEO of Beyond the Break.

“Our close alignment and ability to recognise each others’ needs will ensure we are able to do what we do as safely and securely as possible”.


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