Transneft Upper Volga has summed up its occupational health efforts for January-June 2019.
Over the past six months, over RUB 114.1 mln were allocated for implementing various measures to keep up personnel health and implement other related projects. Special emphasis was placed on improving the equipment condition, providing the personnel with special clothing as well as up-to-date protective equipment and devices for safe work.
An external certification audit of occupational health, environmental and energy management systems has been completed. The audit has confirmed that the management systems comply with the international standards.
At operating facilities of the Kstovo production service and equipment procurement shop, special road marking was put and information, warning, prohibition and auxiliary signs were installed.
All subsidiaries of Transneft Upper Volga organised preventive and themed events, such as the Best OHSE Specialist award, the Occupational Safety Day and occupational health creativity competitions. The Company also held a competition of children’s research projects titled Occupational and Everyday Health and Safety, which involved secondary and high school students.
Transneft Upper Volga pays great attention to the improvement of its personnel’s skills and knowledge in the field of occupational health. Thus, in the course of the past six months, 141 people completed training courses in occupational health regulations in specialised training centers. Apart from that, a total of 308 people received regular examinations, while 652 staff members were vaccinated.
Transneft Upper Volga has been recognised as the best company in the field of occupational health among production enterprises in Nizhny Novgorod and Pskov Regions and the Republic of Mari El according to the results of the Success and Safety 2018 All-Russia Contest.