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 « Latest News »  HSE Staff Benefit from Training in Cameroun
Benjamin Karnga, first from right and Kude L.C. Kollie, third from left at the ARA training program in Cameroun, february 25-27,2013.In its drive to enhance the capacity of its staff; the LPRC management continues to provide opportunities to build their capacity.  Many employees have benefited from training programs locally and internationally as the company keep excelling.
 
The latest employees to benefit from an international training program are Benjamin Karnga, Assistant Manager of the Health Safety & Environment, (HSE), and Kude L. C. Kollie, HSE officer. The duo left Liberia on February 24, to attend a three day conference on “Risk Evaluation in Refineries and Petroleum Storage Depots” in the Central African country of Cameroun. The training which lasted from February 25-27 was organized by the African Refineries Association (ARA) of which the LPRC is a member.  
 
Participants from other ARA member countries including Angola, Cameroun, Congo Brazzaville, Ivory Coast and Gabon were in attendance. Facilitators at the conference included SIR, Abidjan, SONARA, Cameroun, GRAS SAVOYE, France, SOGARA, Gabon, and HONEYWELL from Belgium.

According to the HSE members, the concept of risk and danger was presented during the exercise. Also, the definition of danger, risk, accident and incident and how it relates to risk assessment in refineries and management of safety based on the SIES was also presented at the three day training program the HSE staff described as “very worthy”. They then used the opportunity to thank management for affording them the opportunity to benefit from such training.

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