Farhad Kalantari, head of the Ahvaz and Mahshahr branch of the Petroleum Industry Health Organization (PIHO) has said the objective sought in indirect treatment plan is to enhance the level of satisfaction of petroleum industry staff.
Addressing senior managers of National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) and its subsidiaries, Kalantari explained about the PIHO's indirect treatment plan.
He said that the main objective sought in this plan was to satisfy industrious staff working in the petroleum industry.
Kalantari also referred to Ahvaz treatment and health crisis system, saying since March 2013 regular planning and practice had been under way to "arrange 353" people.
"Today, given measures taken so far, we are ready to receive multitudes of injured people and we recently exercised admitting 150 patients at the same time," he said.
Underscoring the significance of coordination during possible crises, Kalantari said: "If a crisis happens we will need to make coordination at the highest level of management up to the lowest level of operation. We have to seek to increase coordination between senor manages of NISOC and its subsidiaries with the PIHO."
Bijan Alipour, CEO of NISOC, cited a recent crisis in Bu Ali Petrochemical Plant, saying management coordination was very important in the face of such crisis particularly in operating areas where life-threatening incidents may happen.
At the end of the meeting, it was decided that a working group committee comprised of the Ahvaz branch of PIHO and the HSE Department of NISOC be established to arrange coordination for joint crisis management projects.