August 03, 2020
Modern Thermal Imaging System against Covid-19
According to the requirements of the Ministry of Health and Labor of Georgia, during the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the work of large enterprises is permitted only if the body temperature of employees is measured at the workplace.
Due to the current circumstances the management of Batumi Sea Port has purchased and installed on all its check-points a modern thermometry system for non-contact measurement of human body temperature.
The installation of thermo screening system will facilitate the control of epidemiological situation at the enterprise, especially in the places where employees are massed. Previously, the measurement of body temperature was performed manually with the involvement of medical personnel and required a lot of time to determine the temperature, while not excluding the factor of inaccuracy in the measurement.
Thermal IP cameras installed on three check-points with a built-in thermal imager allow you to measure remotely the temperature and thus effectively resist the spread of the virus. Also, the Thermal imaging control system installed in BSP provides for displaying thermal screening information on a video recorder and using a database. Thus, statistics are available on the screen, such as:
• The presence of a mask on the person's face;
• Measured temperature;
• Personal data.
If the video surveillance camera records that a person's temperature is above the set standard, then information will be automatically uploaded to a specialized point with medical personnel, notifying that the person who came without a mask has a high temperature. In the future, the information will be transmitted to specialized medical anti-epidemic institutions.
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|June 14, 2021||June 11, 2021 on the territory of the LLC "Batumi Seaport" officially opened a multimodal terminal. Terminal specialization: transfer of mineral fertilizers.|
|June 14, 2021||On June 11, 2021, a working meeting was held in the Port of Batumi between the management of the Batumi Oil Terminal, the Batumi Sea Port and the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Japan to Georgia, Mr. Iamamura Akira.|
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|May 28, 2021||The Batumi Sea Port Ltd supported the initiative of the state authorities of Georgia and Kazakhstan to start vaccinating personnel against the Covid-19 coronavirus. The Port Administration informed that this decision allows returning quickly to normal operation.
"Our company is ready to step up vaccination, dispel the doubts of those who have not yet decided to get vaccinated.|
|April 27, 2021||On April 23, 2021, the Administration of Batumi Sea Port LLC held a working meeting with Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Guram Guramishvili, First Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Dmitry Abramovich, as well as with the Head of the Georgian Maritime Transport Agency Tamar Ioseliani|