Pasha Hawaii Recognized at CSA Annual Safety Awards
(L-R): CSA Chairman of the Board Garrett Huffman (Motiva); Ed Washburn, Pasha Hawaii; RDML Richard Timme, USCG.
Pasha Hawaii was recognized for consistently making safety a priority at the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) Annual Safety Awards on June 20, 2023 in New Orleans.
36 companies attended the event with over two hundred attendees to celebrate seafarers and companies of 1242 vessels with over 8224 years of operation without a lost time incident.
Pasha Hawaii’s Horizon Spirit was recognized for operating 24 years without a lost-time incident; MV Jean Anne received an award for operating 2 years without a lost-time incident.
Kathy Metcalf, CSA President said: “CSA’s members are committed to safe operations and CSA’s involvement in safety is longstanding with our ongoing commitment to represent the industry, domestically and internationally, on safety issues encompassing every facet of ship operations. It is only fitting that an industry so focused on safety, publicly recognizes the skills and dedication of the women and men who have enabled these many years of safe operations and who are responsible for actions in keeping with the highest traditions of the sea – aid to those in peril.”
“We are extremely proud of our Officers, crew members, and operations staff who go above and beyond to maintain the highest level of safety and environmental responsibility at sea and ashore,” said George Pasha, IV, President and CEO. “This award exemplifies their dedication and teamwork.”