Coronavirus Control Committee praises the procedures of the PMS Company in combating the virus .. The company records zero cases

Published on : 2020-06-05

The report of the Coronavirus Follow-up Committee, formed by the General Petroleum Authority, praised the precautionary and preventive measures in combating the Coronavirus with a number of oil companies.

The PMS Company topped the companies that succeeded in taking all precautionary against this epidemic.

According to the report, the Marine Petroleum Services Company was among the five companies that were free of infections.

The report emphasized that the leaders of the PMS company, led by Eng. Ashraf Imam, have succeeded from the beginning in taking all measures that prevent the spread of the epidemic inside the headquarters or at the company's sites, where the company was keen from the beginning to have a prominent role in combating the virus, and at the time that it succeeded In it, the PMS has a strong shield, and there are companies that have not taken action yet.

The marine petroleum services have started from the beginning, specifically in the middle of last March, to reduce the density inside the administrative buildings and workshops, and the group was formed to run the business while providing the necessary programs to work from home, especially the groups most vulnerable to infection, in line with the decisions of the Council of Ministers and the instructions of Engineer Tariq Al Mulla, Minister Petroleum and mineral wealth in this regard.

The company has also developed a program for periodic sterilization of all sites, including administrative buildings, before, during and after work.

The company also performed a PCR analysis for all workers in the workplace before changing the vein to make sure there were no injuries.

It should be noted that the cases that were injured among the workers were during their period of absence from work according to the decision of the Council of Ministers, and it was discovered and the one who was injured and the medical protocol approved by the Ministry of Health was removed, and inside the company, no positive cases appeared.

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