To send the food to our sites, we use testos (temperature recorders), which allow us to monitor the temperature curves inside the refrigerated containers during the journey from our base to their arrival on the “offshore” site. .
On arrival at the site, the food inspection is carried out with a curve analysis by the site doctor. However, it is not uncommon that this analysis is not feasible due to non-recording of data at the Testo level. Thus, having no traceability concerning the transport of the container, from departure to arrival the customer authorizes the unloading of the container but all the food is quarantined.
Following the many concerns of reading the temperature curves of our testos when sending food to Total Gabon sites via cold rooms, we initiated a working session on the use of these testos.
Were present at the session, our two Campboss “recovering” from the two Total Gabon sites where we operate, our HSE referent for Total sites, our QHSE department head, our DOP, our IT and finally our Multitech provider in charge of calibration.
During this interactive work session we discussed reading and interpreting Testo curves.
This initiative, welcomed by the representatives of TOTAL GABON, allows us to make our shipments more reliable but also to reassure our customers while providing them with a concrete response to this problem.
A new work session took place on 05th February to allow our two other Campboss currently in post to also benefit from this training.