Pasha Hawaii Recognized at CSA's Annual Devlin and Safety Achievement Awards

Friday, June 21, 2024

(L-R): CSA Chairman of the Board Garrett Huffman (Motiva); Captain Gregory Johnson, Pasha Hawaii; Rear Admiral David C. Barata, Eight District Commander, U.S. Coast Guard.

Pasha Hawaii was recognized for consistently making safety a priority at the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) 56th Annual Devlin and Safety Achievement Awards on June 6, 2024 in New Orleans. 34 companies and several VIPs attended the event to celebrate seafarers and companies of 1056 vessels with over 7,341 years of operation without a lost time incident. 

Sean Kline, CSA’s Director of Maritime Affairs said: “CSA’s members are deeply rooted in safe operations. Our commitment remains steadfast to represent the domestic and international fleets on safety issues encompassing every facet of ship operations. Today we come together to recognize and celebrate seafarers and companies hard work and dedication to going home to our families better than we left them.”

George Pasha, IV, President and CEO, Pasha Hawaii added: “We take immense pride in our Officers, crew members, and operations teams at Pasha Hawaii for their unwavering commitment to maintaining the highest safety and environmental standards, both at sea and on land. This award truly reflects their dedication and teamwork.”