PVH holds the well-being of its employees as one of its basic principles, and therefore applies strict safety controls and prevention policies that maintain a safe working environment. This commitment has paid off, and the company now celebrates having achieved more than 100k continuous man-hours without incidents in the construction and development of Sudair, one of the world’s largest photovoltaic plants.
“This important safety milestone is a merit that we recognise to all our employees. PVH is committed to follow good practices in order to create a safer, healthier and therefore happier workplace. This way, we can all develop within the company and grow with the projects” said Youssef Al-Sayed, PVH Middle East Managing Director. The company would also like to thank Larsen & Toubro as construction partners and the project’s end customer, ACWA Power, for their cooperation.
Example of performance
Sudair is about to become one of the world’s largest contracted solar photovoltaic power plants, and the largest of its kind in Saudi Arabia. With an installed capacity of around 1,500 MW, it is the first project under the Saudi Kingdom’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) ren