10.04.2017

Induction Training for new employees

Induction training is both vital and necessary for any new employee who joins a new organization. Such training ensures that the new employee settles quickly and comfortably into the productive role they are entrusted to do.

 

Black Sea Terminal always makes sure that this induction training helps employees familiarize themselves with company’s policies, its organizational mission, goals, values, philosophy, dress code, health and safety rules, the job they are required to do, and what is expected of them.

 

These induction trainings are well-planned and organized by experienced managers or coaches assigned to each department ...

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05.04.2017

Basic corrosion management

Corrosion is a destructive natural process that costs the oil and gas industry tens of billions of dollars in lost income and treatment costs every year. Its treatment and mitigation requires the incorporation of a range of interdisciplinary approaches. Considering this, Black Sea Terminal employs experienced and trained personnel to fight and control corrosion, and has implemented a well-developed corrosion management strategy to achieve corrosion control.

 

Black Sea Terminal recognizes that the effective management of corrosion contributes to the maintenance of asset integrity and optimizes mitigation, monitoring and inspection costs. 

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03.04.2017

BST maintains infrastructure excellence

Over the last few years Black Sea Terminal has been recognized as the terminal with the best infrastructure. However, we are not going to rest on our laurels, and will continue our path to success by expanding the existing infrastructure we have in place in order to receive larger volumes of oil and oil products, and increase our variety of goods. This is what will ensure that we provide the best services to our customers.

 

One of the steps we have taken to realize of our ambitious goals, is to conclude a contract with SOCAR Cape company Georgian branch regarding the scaffolding, as well as blasting and painting services at the terminal.

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31.03.2017

New boiler unit built at Kulevi Oil Terminal

Kulevi Oil Terminal constantly undergoes improvement measures in an effort to solve problematic issues concerning the transshipment of various oil products available on the market. Nowadays, oil refinery factories are processing crude oil at deeper levels, which leads to obtainment of oil products that have increased viscosity. The terminal’s priority is to keep pace with the modern requirements for offloading, storing and transshipping oil products. 

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24.03.2017

Training sessions held on safety and health norms

Black Sea Terminal has always maintained and ensured the quality of a sanitary and hygienic environment, considering it one of the most important aspects to maintaining a good working environment for the entire terminal staff. In order to ensure this, the company provides its employees and respective families with medical insurance coverage, transportation, healthy food, accommodation at company owned hotels, and a 24/7 fully-supportive medical support team is on the ready to provide medical assistance to terminal employees at all times. These are all examples of the social projects at BST that facilitate a good working environment for its employees.

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21.03.2017

Nowruz - New Day!

Nowruz is a day that symbolically represents spring – the renewal of nature and the beginning of warmer weather. It is an ancient holiday that reflects the culture, national and spiritual values of the people. Nowruz is a holiday associated with spreading kindness among the people, and is connected with new beginnings.

 

In following this tradition, Black Sea Terminal takes part in this celebration by providing financial support to the Georgian & Azerbaijani Charity Society named after M. F. Akhundov. 

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13.03.2017

BST emergency response team extinguishes forest fire

A few days ago Black Sea Terminal’s Emergency Response Team received information about a forest fire near the Terminal’s premises. The firefighting team drove to the fire site immediately. The fire had already engulfed the area near the railway lines and was spreading to a larger area near the seaside.    

    

While BST firefighters began extinguishing the fire, the local municipality Fire Department joined them, and together they put out the fire. No injuries were reported.

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02.03.2017

Participation on EU Siveso seminar in Tbilisi

The EU-Georgia Association Agreement, which entered into force in 2016, obliges Georgia to bring its national legislation into harmonization with EU standards. The same is true for the country’s environmental legislation; it too obliges Georgia to ensure that its legislation for the Prevention of Major Incidents Resulting from Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures is in accordance with the EU Siveso - III Directive. In order to fulfill this obligation, the Ministry of Environmental and Natural Resource Protection of Georgia, together with the Czech Development Agency initiated a capacity-building project ...

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28.02.2017

Annual survey of “Marian B” dredger

Kulevi Port began operating in May 2008. Since then, the port has received and departed more than 2,000 vessels. The port operates without interruption year round. One of the most important factors in Kulevi Port’s successful functioning is maintaining navigation depths at the access channel and its internal harbor. The dredging work is implemented by the Marian B dredger.      

 

The management at Black Sea Terminal has consistently overseen the vessel’s technical condition and has supplied it with modern navigation equipment and emergency inventory. Maintenance and repair work, as well as the complete overhaul and docking of the vessel are done in a timely manner.

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25.02.2017

Kulevi Oil Terminal commemorates Khojaly Tragedy

The Khojaly tragedy “The Night of 26 February 1992’’, is inscribed in Azerbaijani history in black letters, and is a crime considered the most terrible of all crimes in Azerbaijani history. On this day, 25 years ago, innocent men, women and children were brutally murdered by Armenian soldiers. As time passes, history will never forget the needless, unjustifiable bloodshed that was perpetuated on this day. It was an act of vandalism that will remain a blackspot in the history of mankind.

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