Safety Meetings

Black Sea Terminal is committed to protecting the health and safety of all its employees and making that our activities are not harmful to the environment and the greater community. Some of the methods we use to comply with these principles include maintaining an externally certified health, safety and environmental management system, the elimination of the hazards and practices that could cause accidents and injuries to personnel, complying with legal requirements and by providing training and resources to personnel so they can maintain a safe operating system.


One of the main methods in the implementation of the Safety Operation System (SOS) aside from regular training, is conducting safety meetings. Safety meetings are conducted on a regular basis where supervisors from all departments discuss various issues related to the SOS, best practices and safety culture. All departments within the BST conduct safety meetings on a weekly basis with the participation of HSE personnel. Supervisors conduct safety meetings with employees when they are first hired, when a new process or procedure is implemented and when a new or previously unrecognized hazard is identified. Additional topics discussed include discussions of safety observation cards, accidents/incidents, Issues related to health protection, various video material and HSE campaign materials. Safety meetings provide a great place for personnel to openly discuss health and safety issues perceived as a workplace hazard. Safety meetings are conducted with office and leadership personnel too. In addition to BST personnel, safety meetings are conducted with outside contractors as well.


All safety meetings are recorded and all issues raised are forwarded to the corresponding department for consideration and corrective actions. 


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