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EQUATE holds seminar for new recruits
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Apr '08
EQUATE Petrochemical Company held, during April 8-10, a seminar entitled “Induction Training for New Recruits” that included the participation of over 20 new EQUATERS.

Addressing participants, EQUATE President and CEO Hamad Al-Terkait stressed maintaining overall world-class quality in all the company's operations, procedures and business practices.

Al-Terkait said “Any deviation from overall quality, EQUATE's world class status will be jeopardized.”

“Because it is a unique form of joint ventures, EQUATE has a distinguished vision which drives our own plans and performance,” noted Al-Terkait.

“There are two core things in EQUATE: safety and people as all work has to be safe and performed by qualified people who are viewed as the company's owners,” said Al-Terkait.

While outlining the company's overall history, achievements, structure and future plans, Al-Terakit explained EQUATE Management Team (EMT) vision and values for Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S), people excellence and corporate development, as well as business efficiency and finance.

Other speakers at the seminar included EQUATE Vice President for Operation Nick Vossenberg, Vice President for Technical Services Mahmoud Al-Qattan, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Abdulkarim Mubarak, Polyethylene Business Director and EQUATE Marketing Company (EMC) President Adel Al-Munifi, Human Resources (HR) Client Focus Leader Abeer Al-Omar, Dr. Sajid Al-Mutairi from EQUATE Medical Center, Organizational Effectiveness Department (OED) Coach Sultan Al-Majroub, EH&S Department Leader Yousef Al-Gharabally, Human Resources Specialist Bhanu Murty, HR Administrator Khalid Al-Ghareeb, HR Development (HRD) Specialist Mohammad Al-Sharhan, as well as a number of the company's training coordinators.

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