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Transneft Far East Allocates Over RUB 142 Mln to Occupational Health in H1

Date of publication: 22 July 2019

Transneft Far East has summed up the results of occupational health activities for the 1st half of 2019. The Company allocated over RUB 142 Mln for the organisation of subject-matter events.

Those included efficiency verification of 982 ventilation systems at all operating facilities, dedicated working conditions assessment and industrial control over the observance of sanitary regulations and the implementation of sanitary and epidemic preventive measures. Protective clothing and shoes, as well as other personal protective equipment, were purchased.

Occupational health training (including dedicated training courses for 811 employees), periodic medical examinations for 2415 employees and preventive anti-encephalitis vaccination for 2229 employees, were conducted.

In addition, to minimize the level of occupational injuries, increase employees’ responsibility for compliance with occupational health requirements and enhance interest in improving occupational safety conditions, the Occupational Safety Day, the Best Occupational Safety Business Unit contest, a drawing competition among employees’ children and a photo contest for the best picture on the topic of occupational health were held.

Within the Year of Occupational Health announced by Transneft in 2019, the Company has held open lessons in schools and universities of Amur Region, JAR (Jewish Autonomous Region), Khabarovsk Territory and Primorye Territory. The said regions are crossed by Phase II of the Eastern Siberia – Pacific Ocean Oil Trunk Pipeline (ESPO-2), operated by Transneft Far East.  Additionally, the 2019 Best in Profession contest was held under the aegis of  the Year of Occupational Safety.

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In 2019, Transneft Far East has won prizes at the Success and Safety 2018 all-Russia contest for the best occupational health and working conditions policies. Transneft Far East was ranked first by efficiency of occupational health measures at the municipal and regional levels (in Khabarovsk and Khabarovsk Territory); at the federal level, it rose by 86 positions compared to the previous year and was ranked 24th.

Transneft Far East Press Service