In 2012, programs to prevent injuries, as well as transport and fire safety programs were developed and implemented at all subsidiaries and affiliates. Progress in implementing corrective actions following accident investigations and industrial control and audits was regularly monitored.
As a result, the rate of road accidents decreased by 18.7% compared to 2011, the lost time injury rate decreased by 1.2%, and the number of fires dropped by 35%.
The Company spent RUB 144 million on health and safety and occupational health in 2012.
The Company offers regular medical examinations for staff.
In recent years, the Company has made significant progress in improving road transportation safety by implementing a set of measures, including the development of regulatory instruments, conducting monthly safety campaigns, and training staff. Since 2010, the number of accidents has declined every year.
The Company spent RUB 144 million on employee health programmes and occupational health measures in 2012.
The HSE and social protection policy and corporate standards of Gazprom Neft focus on mitigating risks and preventing emergencies.. Company subsidiaries and affiliates have developed, approved and introduced action plans for preventing and eliminating emergency situations, and setting aside financial and material reserves. The readiness of subsidiaries and affiliates for rapid emergency response is tested regularly through drills and training. In 2012, subsidiaries and affiliates held 50 comprehensive emergency and special tactical training exercises.
OMSK REFINERY — A LEADER IN PROVIDING THE BEST WORKING CONDITIONS AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY
In 2012, the OJSC Gazprom Neft-Omsk refinery won a regional competition among industrial establishments for the best working conditions and safety in the category ‘Production of Petrochemicals.’ The award ceremony took place during a meeting of the regional tripartite commission for social and labor relations regulation.