A delegation from the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC), headed by its President, Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery, took part in the World Safety Summit organized by the International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) in Amman, Jordan.
Dr. Jawahery praised the participation and stressed the keenness of the Board of Directors to encourage young Bahrainis to take part is workshops and conferences that contribute to the development of the professionalism and efficiency of Bahraini engineers.
The participation was also part of the Company's approach to empower Bahraini women working in the company and prepare them to accomplish engineering tasks and responsibilities.
Dr. Jawahery said GPIC employees had proved their competence and ability to deal with the nature of work despite complexities of the process and the high technical skills needed by special professional and specific skills. This, he said, had encouraged Bahrain’s industries to employ women who have the energy and the capability to work.
Dr. Jawahery said Bahraini engineers had proved their efficiency in the Company's facilities and said they, and all other employees, had undergone specialized courses and taken part in many workshops both inside and outside Bahrain.
He said the Company spares no effort in providing its employees with all the skills and information required by the nature of the company's work.
It is worth mentioning that the GPIC Management is keen to support both men and women and is working to develop and improve their performance by providing opportunities for expertise, education and training aimed at equipping them with the skills to achieve more.
He said the training allows its employees to develop their knowledge and skills to prepare them to meet their job requirements to meet the Company's future needs.
More than 120 specialists in the field of fertilizers from around the world took part in the summit along with guests interested in the sector.
The Green Leaf Award was also announced during the summit, which saw representatives of members companies visiting industrial establishments in Southern Jordan.