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LOOP Galliano Crew Achieves 17 Years Incident-Free


By: Matthew Pere

With the completion of work Tuesday, February 26, the Danos LOOP maintenance and warehouse team accomplished another milestone reaching 17 years of incident free work. Within this milestone, the man hours worked among this crew has reached over 565,000 hours.

Danos Maintenance Supervisor Jesse Curole had this to say regarding the achievement: “We have completed 17 years and are starting on 18 years. The combined crew of maintenance and warehouse personnel has set a goal to work safe and continues to meet that goal. This is a very big accomplishment that we have done together as a team.” Darren Faucheux, LOOP Superintendent of Operations and Maintenance, added, “This is a great accomplishment for the individuals, the crews and the entire Danos organization. Thank you for your support and dedication towards Goal Zero. Go Team Danos!” LOOP has been a partner in safety with Danos since 1972.

Pictured above:

Back left - Dwayne Matherne, Tyler Bernard, Dewayne Ordone, Augie Autin, Jacques Guidry, Tommy Dufrene and Ross Galjour.

Front left - Jacob Mayberry, Dwayne Billiot, Chad Knobloch, Jesse Curole and Jessi Fuselier.

Not pictured - Avery Duet

Matthew Pere

Matthew started his career at Danos in 2011 as an operations assistant. Today he works as a production supervisor in our production workforce division. Matthew is a graduate of Nicholls State University and holds a B.S. in management and a minor in marketing.


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