CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
 
Proman believes that it has a significant responsibility as a business to take into account the economic, social and environmental impacts of its projects and investments.  Proman has a long-standing policy of supporting all the communities in which it operates. All of Proman’s subsidiaries actively contribute to the well-being of the local people through education, training and charitable giving. Proman sees this as an integral part of its business and part of its inherent responsibility as the company continues to grow.

These actions are voluntary and exceed any kind of minimum threshold and are spread across education, training, support of underprivileged groups, culture and the arts. Proman has a particular interest in supporting the fields of education, skills training and personal development. This is accomplished by supporting primary, secondary and tertiary education as well as investing in trade schools, apprenticeships and ongoing skills development for employees. This is the kind of action that a business can take to address both its own competitive interests and the interests of a wider society and to contribute to the good of our associates, their families and the communities in which we work.
 

The strategy for advancing our vision is:

-    Promote business activities that bring simultaneous economic, social and environmental benefits. 
-    Work in partnership with the private sector, community bodies, consumers and other stakeholders.
-    Encourage a culture of giving such that local and regional charities and projects are supported at a corporate level and the level of the individual.
-    Create a policy framework which encourages and enables responsible behavior from all of our businesses. 
-    Maintain high levels of performance in areas such as health and safety, environmental issues, quality and service.
 
 


 

 

Timeline - the last three steps since 1986

December, 3 - 2010

2010 – MORÓN AMMONIA PLANT VENEZUELA

Ammonia Plant based on KBR Advanced Ammonia Process (KAAP).

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August, 18 - 2010

2010 – METHANOL M5000 UPGRADE - TRINIDAD

Upgrade of MHTL’s M5000 Methanol Plant.

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June, 1 - 2010

2007 – METHANOL TO POWER - TRINIDAD

The Methanol to Power Plant generates 8.5MW electricity utilizing a MAN TURBO nominal site rated 9.7MW gas turbine package using methanol as fuel.

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