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Cammell Laird staff rewarded for safe working

posted on November 8, 2019 categories Corporate News, Uncategorized

  As part of Cammell Laird ongoing commitment to drive safety from the top, Tony Potter, HSEQ Director and Dreadnought Submarines New Build Director Jeff Jones have been undertaking ‘safety walkabouts’ this month. They are both out to find and encourage an employee doing things in the right way, with the right tools and the … Continue reading

Modular construction expertise put Cammell Laird back in the premier league of shipbuilding

posted on October 22, 2019 categories Project News

A crowd of thousands gathered at Cammell Laird’s shipyard in Birkenhead on September 26 for the official naming of RRS Sir David Attenborough. This ground-breaking polar research vessel pushes the boundaries of marine engineering technology, and underlines the breadth and depth of modular construction expertise on offer in Birkenhead. RRS Sir David Attenborough is one … Continue reading

Cammell Laird unveils speakers for Wirral health and safety conference

posted on October 21, 2019 categories Uncategorized

Merseyside shipyard and marine engineering services company Cammell Laird is inviting professionals, in particular from its existing and prospective supply chain, to attend its inaugural Health and Safety conference on Wirral on November 28. The event at Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa will see the formal launch of Cammell Laird’s five-year Health and Safety plan … Continue reading

Cammell Laird throws weight behind plans for two £150m disaster relief ships 

posted on October 9, 2019 categories New Contracts, Project News

Cammell Laird is supporting plans by former international development secretary Penny Mordant for the building of two £150m disaster relief ships, paid for from the foreign aid budget.  Daily Telegraph has reported this week that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been in talks with Ms Mordaunt over plans dubbed “Britannia 2.0” for two new ships … Continue reading

HMS Queen Elizabeth put through her paces during Westlant 19 deployment

posted on October 7, 2019 categories Uncategorized

HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of Britain’s two new aircraft carriers, arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia last month as part of the 65,000-tonne warship’s second-ever international visit. Cammell Laird completed a two-and-a-half year, multi-million pound project to build flight decks for the carrier in March 2013. The award of a £44m contract by the Aircraft … Continue reading