It’s been an exhilarating week here at RigRun HQ… We found out that we have officially become B Corp Certified! The certification recognises that people, communities, and the planet are at the heart of our business, and we are passionate about living our values...
Cast your mind back 15-20 years. On any offshore asset, you could make a fair guess at where you’d find your offshore colleagues during some much-needed downtime. Communal lounges and tea shacks were more than just rooms where you could grab a refreshment – they were...
24th July 2023 13:00 BST Snowsports proved to be a very popular way for RigRunners to earn points during the 2023 competition, with many taking to snowboarding to log some serious miles. Someone who knows a lot about this exhilarating sport is Ben Kilner, a...
POSTPONED During RigRun 2023, boxer Alex Bailey graced our screens with a selection of online webinars for different skill levels. Now he’s back and joining us in the RigRun Recovery Zone to share his experience and knowledge from a decade of prizefighting....
11th July 2023 12:00 BST As the saying goes, “build a strong mindset, the body will follow.” In this fascinating webinar, former elite marathon runner and coach Hugo van den Broek digs into the research surrounding mental strength training and how our minds...
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