The internal audit team of the Persian Gulf Fajr Energy Company could update the standards and meet the requirements for receiving the necessary certificates after holding 140 meetings with a total of more than 1800 man-(working) hours.
Mohammad Ali Mohseni, the head of the Center for Strategic
Studies and Planning at the Persian Gulf Fajr Energy Company said in an
interview with a public relations reporter: The auditing meetings were
held during the late days of August for 3 days in order to obtain the certificates
of integrated management systems and IMS. The meetings could well audit the quality
management standards, environmental management standards, safety management
standards, occupational health, integrated HSE management standards and energy
He added: This audit was done in order to safeguard
the organization's resources and capitals by applying the methods of managing
the system and also to find the ways to adapt the system with the legal, upstream and
organizational requirements, which is ensured by doing sampling and providing the
auditors with the evidences, documents and documentations. The audit team
recommended the organization to keep on getting the relevant certificates after
the audition in accordance with the organizational standards and requirements. These recommendations
help the business environment and the related activities go forward in the
right and standard direction.
Pointing out that Fajar company has won 5 certificates,
the Director of Excellence at Persian Gulf Fajr Energy Company said: The audition
has been held once again after a 5-year interruption. The 5-year pause in
holding the meetings for the Integrated Management Systems (IMS) auditions happened
due to changes and revisions of the standards.
He continued: With regard to the changes in
standards during the 5 years pause, a team of audit was formed within the
organization which has updated all standards and management requirements in the
field of quality, environment, safety and health by taking advantage of the
necessary training. The internal audit team was able to update these
standards and the requirements by holding 140 meetings with a total of more
than 1800 man-(working) hours.
In the end, Mohseni noted: Since 2017, 4 internal
auditing meeting have been held by the internal audit team.