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BCP-related Trainings

Taiyo Oil recently held a BCP (Business Continuity Plan) training session as outlined below which focused on protocol to be carried out at the time of a large-scale earthquake disaster.
 
During this training session, participants confirmed the duties of each departments and related procedures involved in the entire supply chain, from the procurement of petroleum products to the supply of such products to service stations, with the assumption that production facilities have been shut down caused by a massive earthquake originating from the Nankai Trough. At the same time, the BCP was checked for effectiveness and issues were addressed.
 
Taiyo Oil will continue to hold training sessions based on various possible scenarios and appropriately improving our BCP by feeding back input from these activities in order to prevent any interruption in the supply of oil and petrochemical product in the event that a major disaster strikes.

Date and time

Friday, December 12th, 2014 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm

Locations

Taiyo Oil Head Office, Shikoku Operations, and Retail Planning & Promotion Department (located in Ehime Prefecture)

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