For PETROPERÚ it is important to contribute directly to economic growth in our areas of influence, and an effective way is through the hiring of local labor, applied transversally in the operating units, in accordance with current national regulations. to international standards and corporate social management guidelines.
CLEARING OF THE RIGHT OF WAY AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEM (SAT)
TALARA REFINERY MODERNIZATION PROJECT
Currently, workers of Talara origin represented 95% of unskilled labor and 39% of qualified labor, exceeding that established in the Community Relations Plan (PRC) of the PMRT.
The Office of Information and Citizen Participation (OIPC), as a support in employability of the PMRT, performs an important task in the incorporation of Talara personnel to the project.
Likewise, PETROPERÚ carries out training programs in order to improve the employability of the local population. To date, 1,929 local workers have benefited.
DISTRIBUTION – NEW PROJECTS
Ninacaca (Pasco). Workers of local origin represented 69% of unskilled labor and 20% of qualified labor, achieving a constant percentage of participation of the local population.
Ilo (Moquegua): A transparent procedure is developed that allows the local population to access jobs in unskilled labor in an organized and equitable manner, having the following results: