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BCP Training

Taiyo Oil recently held a BCP (Business Continuity Plan) training session as outlined below in order to prepare for a major earthquake.
Taiyo Oil will continue to hold training sessions based on various possible scenarios in order to ensure a reliable supply of oil and petrochemical product in the event that a major disaster strikes.


November 9, 2012 (Friday) 13:30 to 14:30


Taiyo Oil Co., Ltd. Head Office


BCP Task Force staff

Approximately 30 staff, including the Task Force Manager (Y. Oka, President), Task Force Deputy Manager (K. Shiozaki, Senior Executive Vice President), other executives and head office staff

Training participants for the safety confirmation system

Approximately 120 staff from the head office and the Higashinihon Branch (including the participants above)

Aim of training

Details of training

Desk-based training focusing on various possible scenarios.

  1. Possible earthquake striking directly under Tokyo
  2. Confirming the safety of staff by utilizing the "safety confirmation system"
  3. Establishing the BCP Task Force by initiating BCP
  4. Propose measures to ensure that oil tanks with damaged output functionality can continue operating
  5. BCP to devise and instruct measures for business continuity the day after a disaster strikes
Scene from the BCP training session
Scene from the BCP training session