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180,412

ISLAMABAD: A one-day workshop, "driving change" on the challenges of regulatory body - monitoring and compliance of rules and regulations and carrying out inspections, reporting and the role of third party inspectors in the implementation of the Ogra Rules and Regulations was held in a local hotel.

As many as 17 Ogra prequalified third party inspectors including HDIP were invited to present and highlight areas of focus where "change" is required for better implementation of Ogra Rules and Regulations.

All TPIs presented their ideas and the questions were asked by participants after each presentation.

The chairman Ogra informed that arranging this interactive session is primarily to bring positive change in the organisation and to explore opportunities through discourse as how to improve compliance and to ensure safety and security in the country.

He further added that through change and self-belief we can make Ogra as the leading regulatory body in Pakistan driving safety agenda.

The objective of this one-day workshop was to reiterate the Ogra's vision to become world-class regulator and implement internationally-recognised top-class safety standards in processes, facilities covering LPG, Petroleum products, CNG, LNG, storage terminals, refineries and pipelines reiterated by Masroor Khan.

"Ogra is focused to achieve brilliance by aligning its current standards and procedures with international practices towards standardization without the intent of reinventing the wheel," the chairman Ogra said.

At the end, around 100 participants gave their ideas as to where they see the OGRA in the near future especially in the fields of oil, LPG, LNG, CNG, petrol pumps, oil terminals and refineries, pipelines, lubricants, etc.

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