Safety at Terminal

  1. Independent safety officer directly reporting to the CEO
  2. Periodic mock drills and monthly safety meeting are conducted to assess the preparedness of staff towards emergency control.
  3. Periodic safety trainings are provided to the staff.
  4. Disaster control management plan is in place.
  5. Standard operating procedures are in place and followed for every unit operation.
  6. Work permit system covering hot work, cold work, excavation, vehicle entry, electrical isolation and work at height is in place.
  7. Basic safety rules like proper usage PPE, naked light regulations etc. are strictly followed.
  8. Fixed fire-fighting system comprising of fire water storage, pumps, pipeline network, hydrant valves, monitors and water sprinkler system.
  9. Preventive maintenance, testing and calibration of equipment are practiced.
  10. Portable fire extinguishers located strategically at the operating and administrative area.
  11. The terminal is round-the-clock manned to avoid any possible threat.
  12. Streamlining the movement of road tankers inside premises is done by security personnel to avoid interference between incoming & outgoing tankers.
  13. All equipment/machinery are of standard make and noise level within the standard limits.
  14. No hazardous emissions to the atmosphere. DG exhaust quality is monitored frequently and maintained within the permissible limits.
  15. Loading/unloading of road tankers is through the pipelines in a closed circuit manner to avoid any leakage.
  16. Paved roads for access of road tankers to avoid ingress in the dust & SPM level.
  17. Effluent generated as a result of tank cleaning, pipeline cleaning is routed through the dedicated channels, contained & treated in fully integrated Effluent