Transneft Far East has become a prizewinner of the Nationwide Competition for the Best Organisation of Work in the Field of Working Conditions and Occupational Health “Success and Safety 2017”.
In the ranking of efficiency in the field of occupational health at the municipal and regional levels, the Company took first place in Khabarovsk and Khabarovsk Territory; at the federal level — 16th with more than 11.6 thousand participants to compete with.
The Company presented the project titled “Achievements of Transneft Far East in the Field of Occupational Health 2017” in the nomination “The Best Organisation in the Field of Occupational Health among Organisations in the Production Sector (500+ employees).”
The goal of the project is to promote the best practices of organising work in the field of occupational health, increase the efficiency of the state system for managing occupational health, intensify prophylactic work to prevent occupational injuries and diseases in the company as well as to raise awareness around the importance of providing safe working conditions.
By partaking in the competition, Transneft Far East demonstrated the results of effectively applying the principles of corporate social responsibility and culture of safety as well as its achievements in improving working conditions and the competence of its specialists involved in ensuring occupational health and preserving the lives and health of employees.
Transneft Far East operates the second phase of the Eastern Siberia — Pacific Ocean pipeline system, ensuring uninterrupted transportation of oil to refineries in the Far East and markets of Asia and the Pacific.
The nationwide competition “Success and Safety 2017” is held by the Etalon Inter-Regional Association for the Promotion of Safe Working Conditions with the support of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation in order to introduce best practices, improve the efficiency of state administration and attract public attention to the importance of ensuring safe working conditions.