10.04.2020

Kulevi Oil Terminal joins the charitable initiative of AZEBI

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of suffering, stress and financial hardship to a large number of vulnerable people. As such, it is critical that we lend support to those in need.  It is the primary responsibility of every individual to be aware of practices we can use to defeat this virus and make a contribution to the most vulnerable among us.

 

Black Sea Terminal management fully supports the initiative of the Azerbaijani Business Association in Georgia (AZEBI), which is lending support to those living in the Kvemo Kartli region, and the Marneuli

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01.04.2020

Kulevi Oil Terminal supports the StopCov Fund

The Black Sea Terminal team is taking full responsibility for the ongoing issues due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Through its daily activities BST seeks to make a significant contribution to the stability of the country's economy and to ensuring the health and social condition of its employees.

 

BST continues to operate in full compliance with the recommendations issued by the Government of Georgia and the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health. From the beginning, staff was provided with special masks, rubber gloves and disinfectants and, depending on the job specification, with personal protective equipment (overalls, helmets, gloves, respirators, sunglasses).

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31.03.2020

Testing of Automatic Fire Fighting System (AFF)

Black Sea Terminal’s (BST) automatic firefighting system (AFF) consists of three parts:

 

1. Fire detection system

2. Foam extinguishing system

3. Water cooling system

 

To keep the AFF in continuous preparedness, these systems are subjected to periodic maintenance, which includes test runs of pumps and testing of the operability of the extinguishing and cooling devices.

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25.03.2020

Internal Audit at Black Sea Terminal

In February and March of 2020, an internal audit was conducted within Black Sea Terminal’s (BST) Service and Transport & Machinery Departments. The main objective was to assess the compliance of company processes against the requirements of international standards such as ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environment Management System), ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System) and other work procedures.

 

The internal audit covered all important operational processes, and complied with legal requirements, document control, performance and customer satisfaction evaluation, occupational health and safety, environmental management and quality-control issues, and risk assessment.

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19.03.2020

Preventive measures against the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19)

As COVID-19 continues to spread globally, Black Sea Terminal (BST) management has developed an anti-crisis plan to handle emergency situations and set out preventive measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of BST employees. The company is consistently monitoring the health conditions of BST employees and visitors and personal hygiene best practices are encouraged routinely.

 

Employees have received a list of the standard measures that are to be observed and enforced by each individual. With the help of special disinfectants, workplaces, offices, restrooms, reusable items, office equipment, industrial machinery and 

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12.03.2020

Port Facility Security Officer training course

Port Facility Security Officers are responsible for the development, implementation, revision and maintenance of the port facility security plan. They must be competent and possess the kind of comprehensive knowledge that enables them to take on their duties and responsibilities as defined in the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code.


As such, Kulevi Oil Terminal organized a training course for port facility security officers. The aim of the training was to equip the employees with a thorough understanding of how to conduct a comprehensive security survey of the port facility and to ensure the development and maintenance of the port facility security plan.

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09.03.2020

Training on changes in customs legislation

Kulevi Oil Terminal systematically fulfills its awareness and compliance requirements of every employee based on their positions. Accordingly, a recent training course on the new updates to the customs legislation requirements and procedures was organized for those employees coordinating and handling customs-related issues.

 

This particular training was based on the new customs legislation requirements and procedures implemented by the Government of Georgia. The purpose of the training was to introduce to the new customs legislation, make sure employees understand the nuances of the current custom procedures, and increase the efficiency and knowledge of employees on customs affairs.

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05.03.2020

Georgia-Azerbaijan Business Forum

Georgia-Azerbaijan Business Forum was organized by EU-Georgia Business Council, on 5th of March in Tbilisi. Kulevi Oil Terminal was a partner of the event.

 

Ekaterine Mikabadze, First Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia participated in the business forum, as well as Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Georgia – Dursun Hasanov; General Director of Socar  Energy Georgia – Mahir Mamedovand many other representatives of Georgian-Azeri business companies from various sectors namely Energy, Oil and Gas, 

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26.02.2020

Years pass, but the victims of the Khojaly genocide will never be forgotten

For the last 28 years the civilized world has paid tribute to the memory of the innocent people who were massacred in the town of Khojaly, Azerbaijan on February 26, 1992.

 

The unprecedented atrocities committed by the aggressors against women, children and the elderly have been recognized by the modern world, various countries and international organizations as a genocide against the nation of Azerbaijan.

 

As a sign of sincere solidarity and sympathy towards the tragedy of Khojaly and for the 

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20.02.2020

Yearly Environmental Monitoring at Kulevi Oil Terminal

According to the agreement between Black Sea Terminal (BST) and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia (MoE), BST is to conduct environmental monitoring of terminal facilities and the adjacent areas. The environmental monitoring process is described in the Environmental Monitoring and Measurement scheme approved by the MoE. Environmental monitoring is aimed at measuring, controlling and mitigating any negative influence on the environment resulting from the operation of BST. Yearly environmental monitoring includes soil and water sampling, noise level and air-quality monitoring at BST sites and adjacent areas.

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