BASF PETRONAS Chemicals` Verbund Site Report 2014

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BASF PETRONAS Chemicals` Verbund Site Report 2014
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals’ Verbund Site Report 2014
Including Toray BASF PBT Resin
On the cover: the ground-breaking ceremony of the Integrated Aroma Chemicals Complex in Kuantan
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd Verbund Site
Report 2014
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals – Report 2014
Contents
Welcome
01
Safety, health and environment
08
About this report
01
Safety, security and health
08
Message from the Managing Director
02
Environmental protection
11
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
03
Employees
14
Members of the Board of Directors
03
Society
16
History
04
Selected prizes and awards
17
Strategy
05
Further information
18
Business development
06
About this report
"BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd Verbund Site - Report" is published annually as a concise document about the
company’s development, progress and performance in regard to economy, ecology, and society. The reporting period for this
publication is the financial year 2014. All data in the report are the combined 100% total from BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
and 100% from Toray BASF PBT Resins which is located on the BASF PETRONAS Chemicals’ site, without BASF Services.
Financial Report
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Message from the Managing Director
Greetings from BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
Sdn Bhd!
I am very pleased to present to you BASF PETRONAS
Chemicals – Report 2014, our yearly overview of the
company’s operations in terms of our sustainability
performance. With this report, we want to demonstrate how
we balance the economic, environmental, and social aspects
of our company.
Economic conditions were challenging in 2014, but
there were several achievements towards milestone projects
that will help further strengthen the company. While our
sales performance remained relatively stable, we are
investing for the future with the construction of world-scale
facilities including an integrated aroma chemicals complex
and a 2-Ethylhexanoic Acid plant.
At the same time, we took several additional steps
towards improved operational excellence throughout the
site. This includes, a strong priority on safety which is
fundamental to our license to operate. Last year, we have
intensified our efforts to bring our high standards of safety,
health and environment also to our suppliers through a
variety of programs.
We continue to invest in talent development. Skilled,
competent employees are important assets in order to
materialize business objectives. Attracting skilled talent is
also important for the successful implementation of our new
production facilities.
This year, our majority shareholder, BASF, celebrates
its 150 year anniversary. At BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
we look forward to being part of that legacy in our own
unique way – by “Creating Value Through Chemistry” for our
stakeholders.
I personally thank you for your support and interest in
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd! Our whole team
looks forward to serving you even better as we move
forward.
Stefan F. Beckmann
Managing Director, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
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Members of the Board of Directors
Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin
Past Chairman of the Board of Directors, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd & Executive Vice
President, Downstream Business, PETRONAS
(PETRONAS Group of Companies)
Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin was appointed as the new President of the PETRONAS Group of
Companies with effect from April 16, 2015 and resigned as Chairman of the Board of Directors on May 1,
2015.
En Md Arif Mahmood
Chairman of the Board of Directors, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd and Executive Vice President,
PETRONAS & Chief Executive Officer of PETRONAS Downstream Business. (PETRONAS Group of
Companies)
En Md Arif Mahmood was appointed to the above PETRONAS roles effective April 16, 2015. He was
appointed as Chairman of the Board of BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd effective May 5, 2015.
Datuk Sazali bin Hamzah
President / CEO, PETRONAS Chemicals Group Sdn. Bhd.
(PETRONAS Group of Companies)
Dr. Rainer Diercks
President Petrochemical Business, BASF SE
(BASF)
Gops Pillay
President, Asia Pacific, BASF East Asia Regional Headquarters Limited
(BASF)
Dr. Stefan Beckmann
Managing Director, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd
(BASF)
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History
Foundation
Development
1865
Badische Anilin- und Soda-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft
(BASF AG) founded in Ludwigshafen, Germany
2007
Tenth anniversary celebrated at Dewan Jubli Perak,
Kuantan
1974
PETRONAS Group established in Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
2010
PETRONAS Chemicals Group (PCG) established in
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; BASF PETRONAS
Chemicals listed under PCG
2010
10 products receive Halal certification from JAKIM
Establishment
1997
Signing of shareholders' agreement by BASF SE
and PETRONAS Chemicals Group for a MYR 3.4
billion investment
2000
Start-up of first production: acrylic acid complex
2001
Official Opening of BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
Integrated Chemical Complex by the Prime Minister
of Malaysia
2003
Expansion
2010
Memorandum of Understanding by BASF and
PETRONAS to consider a potential joint investment
of approximately MYR 4.0 billion
2014
Groundbreaking of Integrated Aroma Chemicals
Complex by the Prime Minister of Malaysia
First BDO product shipped to customer
Entrance to the port tank farm, Gebeng, Kuantan
A diverse workforce has supported the company’s development.
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Strategy
Operating one of the largest integrated chemical sites in
Asia Pacific, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals emphasizes
the value of sustainability and strengthens our
stakeholders’ confidence through strict compliance to
global standards and transparency in keeping with our
belief of “Chemistry Drives Sustainability” and “Creating
Value Through Chemistry”.
In accordance with the philosophy shared with our parent
companies, both BASF SE and PETRONAS Chemicals
Group, we demonstrate sustainability throughout our
operations by maintaining world-class operating standards on
and at our site.
The company’s strategic roadmap was launched in late
2012. In this roadmap, the company’s belief that “Chemistry
Drives Sustainability” and its mission “Creating Value Through
Chemistry” are supported by four strategic pillars: (1)
Leveraging Diversity for Growth, (2) Partnering for Success,
(3) Developing Talents for Growth and (4) Championing
Sustainable Development - to ensure and enhance the
company’s mission.
We believe that to achieve long-term success, we have to
conduct our business in a sustainable manner. This is
reflected in our company pillars, one of which is “Championing
Sustainable Development”. Acting responsibly for us means
that we want to integrate sustainability into our business
activities. We have set ourselves ambitious environmental
and climate goals and review these goals regularly to ensure
we are on track. In doing so, we strive not only to provide the
best service to our customers, but also to be relevant and
beneficial to our employees, suppliers, the community we
operate in, and the environment at large.
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Operational excellence
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We demonstrate sustainability throughout our operations
Operational Excellence complements the company’s
strategic roadmap
To improve operational excellence, the company has
implemented the “Hibiscus Project”. This effort is guided by a
global team of Operations and Technology experts from
BASF and is supported by our shareholders and
stakeholders. Through this project, we aim to create the
maximum fit between our operations and our business
strategy. The Hibiscus Project covers five key areas:
adaptability, transparency, stability, optimization, and learning.
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Business development
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd is a joint venture
between BASF and Malaysia's state owned Petroleum
Corporation Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS),
under its subsidiary PETRONAS Chemicals Group (PCG).
“
The signing of the shareholders’ agreement in August 1997,
with an initial investment of MYR3.4 billion, brought together a
vast amount of experience, innovation, cutting-edge
technology and an abundance of strategically-located high
quality resources.
Sales have remained comparatively stable over the past
several years and are impacted by market developments,
pricing, and currency effects. Combined sales of BASF
PETRONAS Chemicals and Toray BASF in 2014 were
€749 million (2013: €751 million).
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals is based in Gebeng, Kuantan
Expansion and development
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Broke ground on $500 million integrated aroma complex
New world-scale 2-EHAcid plant
At BASF PETRONAS Chemicals, BASF and PETRONAS
together broke ground on a $500 million integrated aroma
ingredients complex project in Kuantan, Malaysia.
The complex, to be built within the existing site in
Gebeng, which is jointly owned by BASF SE and PETRONAS
Chemicals Group (PCG), will house a facility to produce citral
and its precursors as well as associated downstream plants to
manufacture citronellol and L-menthol.
The company also will build a new world-scale production
plant for 2-Ethylhexanoic Acid at its site in Kuantan. It will be
the first of its kind in the region and is expected to start up in
2016.
The company held customer and supplier events focusing
on product stewardship both locally and regionally in 2014.
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
At a glance
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals is a Malaysia-based joint
venture between BASF SE and Petroliam Nasional Berhad
(PETRONAS), Malaysia’s National Oil Company, under its
subsidiary
PETRONAS
Chemicals
Group
(PCG).
Incorporated in 1997, the company operates an integrated
petrochemical complex situated at the Gebeng Industrial
Zone, Pahang. The company’s share of capital is 60% held
by BASF SE and 40% by PCG, with a total investment of
about RM3.4 billion (US$900 million) in production facilities
for acrylic monomers, oxo products and butanediol.
The range of chemicals produced by BASF PETRONAS
Chemicals meets growing demand in various industries
including plastics, adhesives, lacquers, dyestuff, automobile
and industrial coatings, paper, diapers, water treatment,
textile and leather.
Sales
Employees1
€749 million 702
1As
of December 31, 2014
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Safety, health and environment
The Responsible Care Management System (RCMS)
comprises the global rules, standards and procedures for
environmental and health protection, safety and security
(SHE) for the various stations along our value chain. It
allows BASF PETRONAS Chemicals to achieve
compliance with regulatory and internal requirements,
operate safe and environmentally sound facilities and
manufacture safe products. Adherence to these
processes
drives
continuous
improvement
in
performance and increases the efficiency and
effectiveness of SHE-related activities. Just as the
company applies stringent standards to its own
operations, we demand the same high standards of our
contractors and suppliers too. We choose carriers,
service providers and suppliers not just on the basis of
price, but also based on their performance in
environmental and social responsibility.
Transportation and distribution safety

First ever transportation emergency joint drill
In 2014, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals and PETRONAS
Chemicals Group held their first-ever joint transportation
emergency drill, on the Kuala Lumpur – Karak Highway,
Pahang, the main land route from the plant to other parts of
the country. The drill involved a simulation of a multi-vehicle
collision to test the response, communications and
coordination between the two companies, the selected
transporters and public services and government agencies, to
help ensure that transportation emergency incidents are
managed in an effective and efficient manner.
Product stewardship
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
Product stewardship engagement events held locally and
in Vietnam
BPC Academy further developed, providing value-added
sharing with relevant stakeholders
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals adheres to the concept
whereby everyone involved in the lifespan of the product is
required to take responsibility to implement the highest
environmental, health, and safety standards. For
manufacturers, this includes planning for, and if necessary,
paying for the recycling or disposal of the product at the end
of its useful life.
The company advocates product stewardship via BPC
Academy, which aims to provide a platform for best practice
sharing with authorities, customers and other relevant
stakeholders. In 2014, product stewardship engagement
events were held both in Kuantan and in Vietnam.
Firemen providing a “water screen” during the Joint Transportation
Emergency Drill on the Kuala Lumpur – Karak Highway
Occupational safety
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Lost time injury rate for employees at 0.7 per million
working hours
Measures to improve safety awareness among
employees and contractors
We strive to provide a safe and healthy work place and
ensure that safety and environmental issues are incorporated
into planning and operations. In 2014, the lost time injury rate
for employees was the same as the previous year, at the rate
of 0.7 per million working hours (2013: 0.7). In 2014 there
were no lost time injuries among contractors for the second
year in a row. There were also no fatalities.
Due to a increase in new or less experienced employees
and contractors in 2014, BASF PETRONAS Chemicals
Product stewardship workshops were held with suppliers
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undertook measures to improve safety awareness, including
improved safety briefings, discussions and experience sharing
sessions on safety related issues, with contractors as well as
employees.
Occupational health
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
Blood donation drives were organized jointly with local blood banks
Complete on-site team and medical facilities including a
clinic, emergency response facilities and ambulance
Medical services on-site extend beyond employees to
on-site contractors.
The company offers employs an on-site medical doctor, a
nurse, an industrial hygienist team and shift paramedics.
Services offered by the occupational health team include
occupational health, emergency services, health promotion,
primary health care, industrial hygiene, return to work
assessment, and health training. Medical services on-site
extend beyond employees to on-site contractors.
In 2014 the team also organized blood donation drives,
both at the Kuantan site and at the company’s head office in
Bukit Jelutong.
A visit to our on-site clinic by local occupational health practitioners
Process safety

Frequent reviews of standards and processes to ensure
improved process safety performance and competency
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals undertakes continuous efforts
to improve its process safety performance and competence.
All operation personnel must undergo process safety elearning training to enhance their awareness on our process
safety philosophy and risk assessment. We also began the
review in 2014 of our current process safety documentation in
order to align with BASF company-wide requirements.
Basic first aid training is provided to all staff.
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Emergency response
Security
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Public dialog sessions held on the company’s plans
Desktop drill and crisis communications evaluation
conducted to improve emergency response procedures.
As part of the company’s commitment to communications
with the public, and to fulfill requirements for the Detailed
Environmental Impact Assessment process, several public
dialog sessions were held with representatives from
neighboring companies and nearby villages during the past
year. The sessions served to update the community about
upcoming investment projects at BASF PETRONAS
Chemicals. Issues including waste disposal, emergency
response plan, and road issues were also brought up during
these sessions.
In
addition,
emergency
response
and
crisis
communications procedures and protocols were reviewed
with regional expert input to ensure incidents are managed in
a safe, effective and efficient manner. To this end, a
comprehensive review of the emergency response
procedures was initiated, refresher briefings were conducted
for the management team and relevant department
representatives, a desktop drill was conducted and a crisis
communications evaluation and update session were held in
separate sessions over the year.
Hosting a public visit at the Bukit Jelutong office
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“Protected Area, Keypoint 1” under the Malaysian National
Security Council of the Malaysian Prime Minister’s office
Security staff on duty around the clock
The BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Verbund Site is categorized
as a “Protected Area, Keypoint 1” under the Malaysian National
Security Council of the Malaysian Prime Minister’s office. It is
guarded 24 hours by security staff who work in 12-hour shifts,
under guidance from the BASF regional security team.
The local security team inspects incoming and outgoing vehicles
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Environmental protection
Energy

Focus on efficient energy generation, reducing energy
consumption in production, and new technologies
Energy efficiency is the most important means of combining
climate protection, resource conservation and economic
benefits. BASF PETRONAS Chemicals takes a threepronged approach to responsible use of energy, focusing on
efficient energy generation, reducing energy consumption in
our production facilities, and developing products and
technologies for increased efficiency in our use of available
energy. Generally, energy efficiency is linked to the demands
of the different production plants on the site. Heat from
production processes is not discharged to the environment,
but utilized at other plants according to BASF’s Verbund
concept of integrated production.
In 2014, steam consumption increased to 2,729,051
metric tons (2013: 2,449,326 metric tons) due to higher
production rates compared to the previous year.
Emissions to air
Our greenhouse gas emissions increased to 720,750 metric
tons (2013: 618,196 metric tons) due primarily to increased
production in 2014 compared to 2013.
A Continuous Emissions Monitoring System was
installed at BASF PETRONAS Chemicals in mid-2011 to
analyze the emissions gases online. This enables the feed of
live data, 24 hours a day, for faster response and mitigation.
In 2014 our emissions of air pollutants were 940 metric tons, a
slight decrease from the previous year (2013: 948 metric tons).
In 2014, electricity consumption increased to 330,457 MWh
(2013: 310,558 MWh). This is due to higher production rates
compared to the previous year and also to power required to
restart the plants after a shutdown.
There was also an increase in fuel consumption from central
power plants and boilers compared to the previous year, to
1,254,629 MWh (2013: 1,209,171 MWh) due to higher
production rates and to power required to restart the plants
after a shutdown.
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Water

Increase in emissions of organic substances and
nitrogen to water
The sustainable use of water and the conservation of water
resources are important concerns for BASF PETRONAS
Chemicals. We continuously seek ways to reduce water use
in our production and we are evaluating further water
protection and supply concepts at our site.
100% of the water supply at the site is from drinking
water, as the main available water source, the same as in
previous years. No supply came from surface water or ground
water.
In 2014, Dyphil and Ammonia contamination occurred in
the waste water treatment plant, creating limitations in its
effectiveness. For this reason emissions of organic
substances to water COD increased to 153 metric tons (2013:
112 metric tons) and nitrogen emissions to water increased to
2 metric tons (2013: 1 metric ton).
The emissions of heavy metals to water stayed the same
for 2014 (2013 and 2014: 0.2 metric tons).
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Water used for production rose to 360,000 cubic meters in
2014 (2013: 200,000 cubic meters). This metric refers to
water that has come into contact with products, for example,
when used for washing or as a solvent or a reaction medium.
Cooling water was maintained at 159 million cubic meters
(2013: 163 million cubic meters). Due to high levels of
recirculation, the total water supply was only 2.15 million cubic
meters in 2014 (2013: 1.94 million cubic meters).
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Waste
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By-products from one plant are often used in another as
starting materials
Disposal of hazardous waste meets requirements of the
Malaysian Department of Environment
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals’ fundamental principle for
handling waste is “avoid, reduce, and recycle”. We only
dispose of waste after all recovery options have been
exhausted, and we do so in a manner that reduces
environmental impact. In this respect, the Verbund concept,
i.e. the close integration of production processes, is one of
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals’ greatest strengths; the
by-products from one plant are often used in another as
starting materials. Substitute fuels recycled from waste are
also used in power plants and in some production plants.
In 2014 the total waste reached 7,584 metric tons (2013:
7,564), of which 66% was recycled (2013: 71%).
We dispose of hazardous waste according to the regulatory
requirements of the Department of Environment, Malaysia.
Non-hazardous waste, along with waste categorized under
“special waste management”, is disposed at the JerangauJabor Landfill. There is no underground storage.
Waste disposal by incineration increased to 11% in 2014,
due to major tank cleaning activity at the Acrylics complex.
This increase can be attributed to higher production rates,
more solvent waste being generated due to the plant
shutdowns during the year, a temporary increase in residues
sent for disposal, and an increase in domestic waste. 22% of
waste was sent to landfill in 2014, with 0% in underground
storage.
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Employees
Employees are the foundation of our excellent
performance and ensure our long-term success: their
skills, commitment and motivation make BASF
PETRONAS Chemicals competitive and fit for the future.
This belief is seen in the tangible efforts and resources
the company puts into the development of the employees
as well as into company sponsored activities to
strengthen the team. As of the end of 2014, BASF
PETRONAS Chemicals and Toray BASF Resins had a
total of 702 employees (2013: 668).
Career development
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
Emphasis on diversity to ensure a broad range of
competencies
Substantial investment in staff training
We support the development of our employees with
performance-based
remuneration,
targeted
training
opportunities as well as measures to balance work and family
life. We provide our employees with the opportunity to grow
with the organization. This is reflected in our Strategic Pillar
“Developing Talent for Growth”.
Recruitment and new graduate programs


Recruitment efforts for the Integrated Aroma Ingredients
Complex, due to open in early 2016
Orientation for new hires improved under the OCTANE
program
We aim to recruit, develop and retain the best employees, and
allow them to fully realize their strengths and potential. We
place specific emphasis on diversity in our team to reflect the
various backgrounds and ensure a broad range of
competencies to better meet the needs of all our business
partners.
Recruitment efforts for 2014 increased significantly, to
hire and train the necessary manpower for the Integrated
Aroma Ingredients Complex due to open in early 2016.
At the same time, the orientation program for new hires
was improved under the OCTANE (Orientation Course To
Acclimatize New Entrants) program.
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Employees at BASF PETRONAS Chemicals participate in targeted
training opportunities.
The company invests substantially in training for staff. This
includes technical skills, environment, health, and safety, soft
skills, and competency trainings. These are conducted inhouse when there is a competent trainer within the company,
through customized trainings, or at public courses.
The company has undertaken other measures during the
past two years to improve career development, including
streamlining of job descriptions and improvements to the
performance management system. These facilitate clearer
communication and a higher degree of transparency in career
development.
Employee dialog sessions and management briefing
sessions are held quarterly at both the Kuantan site and the
Shah Alam headquarters. Twice-yearly senior management
communications sessions are held for management level
sharing, alignment and engagement.
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Work-life balance
Diversity + Inclusion
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Work-life balance includes family programs, flexible
working hours, and recreation.
Wide range of non-monetary benefits
Employees have access to a range of options to balance
work, family commitment and leisure. Under our flexi-hours
system, employees are given some freedom in managing
their working hours, while being responsible for completing
the necessary 42 hours a week within the core hours of
9:00am to 4:00pm daily.
The company remunerates employees in accordance
with or better than industry standards. In addition, nonmonetary benefits include medical and dental benefits,
insurance, Haj Leave, education grants, and periodic medical
check-ups. These help keep the company competitive in
hiring and retaining the best talent.
Annually, our staff members organize sports and
recreational activities for the whole company. Some popular
events organized for employees are aerobics, badminton,
bowling, futsal and swimming, as well as recreational
activities such as the combined Family Day and Annual
Dinner.
Highlights of 2014 employee sessions included the
Family Day and Annual Dinner program at Legoland, Johor
Bahru, an appreciation lunch for colleagues involved in the
groundbreaking ceremony, and an appreciation dinner for
colleagues who contributed their time and energy to
organizing activities for the whole company.
Equal opportunity regardless of gender, race and age
Inclusive working styles
Employees are offered equal opportunities at BASF
PETRONAS Chemicals regardless of gender, race, and also
age. In 2014, the largest proportion (49.3%) of employees at
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals was in the 26-39 year old age
group (2013: 51.6%). The increase in the proportion of
employees between 40-54 years of age to 43.3% from 41.2%
in the previous year was due to the natural aging process of
the existing employees and also to hiring of more experienced
personnel for the expansion projects.
.
Employees come from a variety of age groups.
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Society
Our economic success depends on trust and social
acceptance from our neighbors. Community engagement
is an important, integral part of the company’s annual
calendar with activities and engagement projects running
all year long.
Community engagement

Collaboration with neighboring companies for community
programs.
Community activities and initiatives in 2014 included the
Responsible Care campaign, the annual Balok River Adoption
Program and an annual program with Malaysian Nature
Society of Pahang State, in addition to the many public dialog
sessions and hosted site visits.
By collaborating with neighboring companies and
established non-governmental organizations in community
activities, as well as areas like safety and emergency
response, we encourage a joint approach which supports the
business.
We collaborate with other neighboring companies in the
Gebeng Industrial Area in the annual Balok beach and river
cleanup programs, an educational program for village
students, and exhibitions on the environment for the local
community. This collaboration is a reflection of the Verbund
approach in our community work, where we combine the
know-how and contacts of external organizations with our own
resources to maximize our outreach.
The company undertakes joint activities with neighboring sites, such
as the Balok beach and river cleanup programs.
In 2014 the company organized a choral speaking competition for
employees and the community.
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Selected prizes and awards
National Human Resource Minister’s Award
CICM Responsible Care Awards
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals recently received the
National Human Resource Minister’s Award under the
category of Large Employer (Manufacturing) from the
Human Resource Development Fund in Malaysia. The
company was recognized for the quantity and quality of its
employee programs.
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals won several awards
under the Petrochemicals category at the Chemical
Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM) Responsible
Care Dinner for management practices:
–
Pollution Prevention Code – Silver
–
Process Safety Code – Silver
–
Distribution Code – Silver
–
Occupational Safety and Health – Merit
The company won four awards for Responsible Care management
practices.
The company was recognized for employee programs.
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Further information
Corporate Office
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd
(451307-K)
Shah Alam Office:
2, Jalan Astaka U8/87, Bukit Jelutong, Seksyen U8,
40150 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +60 3 7841 2200
gFax: +60 3 7846 6624
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.basf-petronas.com.my
Kuantan Integrated Chemical Site
BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn Bhd
(451307-K)
Kuantan Production Site:
Jalan Gebeng 2/1, Kawasan Perindustrian Gebeng,
26080 Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia.
Tel: +60 9 585 5000
Fax: +60 9 583 4623
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