Orpic's LPIC project achieves 10 million man hours without lost time injury

Orpic's Liwa Plastics Industries Complex project has completed 10 million man hours without lost time injury.

Orpic's LPIC project has completed 10 million man hours without lost time injury.
Orpic's LPIC project has completed 10 million man hours without lost time injury.

As part of its objective to put safety and environment first, Orpic's Liwa Plastics Industries Complex (LPIC) project has achieved an important safety milestone by completing 10 million man hours without lost time injury (LTI).

This major achievement is attributed to the strict safety culture in Orpic, particularly by following its 12 safety rules at all times and across all its plants and locations. Orpic has created a working environment in which all staff can work safely.

Therefore, all Orpic employees and contractors have developed a sense of responsibility toward their own safety, and the safety of their colleagues and the assets of the company, ensuring that all safety measures are followed and that everyone goes back home safely every day.

Orpic is committed to excellence in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) performance during all operations and activities. As a reputed and professional producer of petroleum and petrochemical products, attention to HSE and compliance to applicable laws is critical to Orpic’s business philosophy. Orpic gives the safety of its people, plants, environment and local communities the highest priority, over and above its production objectives.

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