The signing ceremony was attended by Eng Isam bin Saud al Zadjali, CEO of OOC and Yousuf al Ojaili, president, BP Oman.
A press release stated that the accord stipulates that OOC, its group of businesses and BP Oman will offer possibilities for workers to be assigned to every other’s companies on a secondment basis.
This collaboration among OCC, nearby investor and BP, 1 of the world’s top integrated oil and gas businesses, will allow additional improvement of workers by means of information transfer among skilled workers and young specialists. It will afford studying and improvement possibilities by means of on-the-job coaching in a various atmosphere to that of their personal employer as a result broadening experiences and skillsets which will eventually contribute to enhancing the country’s manpower capabilities.
Eng Zadjali stated, “The focus of OOC in nurturing its human capital is to aid the facilitation of transfer of expertise and technology to build a knowledge-based economy. We do not only employ experts from around the world, we also create partnerships to provide opportunities and on-the-job training.”
Ojaili stated, “BP is passionate about developing its people and we are excited about our collaboration with OOC. Developing the local talent is key to our success. Through secondment opportunities we look forward to sharing best practices which will only contribute to the continuous improvement for both the organisations.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily