HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT

 

  Proman has an uncompromising commitment to providing a safe, healthy and rewarding workplace and protecting the environment, natural resources and the local communities that could be affected by a project and the associated industrial development.

Proman places the highest priority on the health and safety of its employees and the contractors who work at the plant sites, terminals and offices. Proman believes that all accidents are preventable, and continually strives to improve the HSE management systems at all its locations to maintain an accident-free workplace.

Proman is always looking for new ways to offer quality services to its clients and striving to exceed their expectations. The Proman group of companies is proud to be affiliated with and compliant to world recognised safety codes and standards.
 

 
 
  For each project undertaken, international codes and standards are defined for all engineering and procurement activities. The plants are designed to stringent codes and standards governing plant construction, and quality control procedures are put in place to ensure that these are strictly adhered to. The plants use the latest proven technology available which further minimizes the environmental impact. Additionally, the plant designers are required, under contract, to take into consideration the local environmental laws and design requirements. The plants are designed to the more stringent of the international codes or local environmental laws and regulations.

 

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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