Aspen Medical has been awarded a 4-year contract by Bechtel to provide medical and emergency response services for Woodside Energy’s Pluto Train 2 project.
CANBERRA, ACT, AUSTRALIA, Sept. 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following a competitive bidding process, Australian company Aspen Medical has been awarded a four-year contract by Bechtel to provide medical and emergency response services at Woodside Energy- operated the Pluto Train 2 project.
The Pluto Train 2 project involves the construction of a second LNG train at the existing onshore Pluto LNG facility operated by Woodside Energy near Karratha in Western Australia.
Aspen Medical’s Global Business Development Manager, Greg Levin, said, “We would like to thank Bechtel for entrusting our team with providing medical services for the Pluto Train 2 project; it’s exciting to work with Bechtel again in the Pilbara.
“Providing healthcare in challenging environments is a specialty we are in, and we look forward to supporting the health and well-being of those involved in this project.”
Aspen Medical will operate two medical clinics for the project (construction site and camp/village site) with a mix of physicians, nurse practitioners, paramedics, registered nurses, physiotherapists and on-site administrative support. square.
Uniquely, Aspen Medical has made a strong commitment to engage an Indigenous business – Ballardong Medical – to support this project. Ballardong Medical is a unique Western Australian Aboriginal-owned first aid and medical supplies company. he is Supply Nation certified.
The agreement between the companies will ensure that Ballardong Medical is the supplier of choice for the supply of medical and first aid equipment and consumables for the Pluto Train 2 project.
The company recently launched its Innovate Reconciliation (RAP) Action Plan, Aspen Medical’s second RAP in its journey to support the development of better outcomes with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
This contract follows recent tenders won by Aspen Medical to provide aeromedical recovery services in the WA resource sector. The company also recently signed a three-year contract to provide comprehensive medical field services with a leading energy company in Queensland and New South Wales.