CEVA has been managing and operating the BPZ site since 2002. Over the past 11 years, CEVA has rolled out safety campaigns, such as the ‘CEVA Safety Action 100 Days’, which are designed to review all operating process and to remove preventable accidents and incidents that have potential to harm its well -trained and valued employees. In addition, CEVA has set up the Emergency Response Unit (ERU) to provide the site with emergency response, fire facilities inspection and chemical waste disposal services.
According to Jacob Moe, Managing Director of CEVA in South China, “The health and safety of all our employees and contractors remains our priority in the workplace. Our site managers and frontline operators are constantly and heavily engaged in regular safety inspections of workstations and processes at the site,” he says. “Providing a healthy, safe and orderly work environment, standardized operating procedures for higher efficiency, as well as training and development for our teams will continue to be CEVA’s priorities for the site to deliver value to our customer.”
The award is testament to the years of experience and operational capabilities of CEVA in the highly regulated chemical industry that has very stringent safety requirements. CEVA’s ability to deliver a quality service to BPZ is also a result of the strong collaboration the two organizations have forged over the years.
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