The oil and gas business is one of the most dangerous industries, due to a variety of objective variables. The severe climate in most mining regions, the distance from cities, the use of complicated equipment, and activities that frequently take place at high temperatures and pressures To maintain human safety in the workplace, all of this necessitates the employment of specialized procedures and technologies.

Safety and Health

The company has a straightforward, intelligible, and enforced set of rules that ensures each employee’s labor security. Every firm employee and contractor has the authority to halt or refuse to conduct any operation that could endanger human health. The compliance of operations with safety criteria is regularly monitored during the execution of work.

Contractors are involved in the industrial safety system, and contracts with them include obligations for compliance with regional rules and regulations, as well as corporate industrial safety requirements. An audit of the technical state of equipment, people qualifications, and management systems in the field of industrial safety, carried out by the contractor, is carried out prior to the conclusion of contracts for essential technical activities. The company is undertaking the Safe Production project, which aims to improve industrial safety by enhancing working and resting conditions for contractors’ staff.

Security Foundation

A construction site always carries a higher risk of injury, and this risk is amplified when the work is done in the taiga or tundra. As a result, The company pays special attention to safety regulations when constructing infrastructure on new fields. A safety checklist is one of the methods for monitoring compliance with safety standards that has been established at the facilities under construction in the exploration and production unit as part of the Security Fundamentals project. It comprises a set of mandatory requirements that must be met before construction and installation work may begin. These aren’t just theoretical requirements; they’re based on a factor analysis of workplace injuries. A manager, or even a non-core employee of a company or a contractor, can analyze the risks before beginning work and during its implementation with the use of a checklist. This simple tool does not require any particular training to use.