Occupational Safety & Health


The strategic goal of the field of occupational health and safety is to reduce employment injuries and prevent occupational fatalities. To achieve this goal, we monitor working environment at workplaces, analyze system causes of industry incidents and develop measures to eliminate them.

1. Education

To increase the level of employees' competence, we organize personnel training in occupational safety and introduce methods for assessing the knowledge and skills of employees. In our approaches to ensuring the occupational safety, the principles and policies of occupational and industrial safety apply to all employees without exception, both to Company's employees and to employees of contractors.

2. Routine inspections

In order to ensure continuous monitoring in the field of health and safety at the Terminal facilities, weekly safety inspections are conducted with the involvement of all department managers. During such inspections, the team identifies shortcomings that require corrections or improvements.

3. Behavioral safety talks

Regular behavioral safety talks at the workplace between the managers and employees are essential for building the positive safety culture. CJSC “PNT” recognizes that such talks are a key component of promoting safe behavior. Therefore, the Company introduced schedules for talks with employees, many of whom share their proposals on safety improvement at the workplace. All these proposals are analyzed and the most relevant ones are accepted for implementation.

4. Personal data protection policy

The Policy for processing personal data at CJSC “Petersburg Oil Terminal” (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) was developed in accordance with the requirements of the current legislation of the Russian Federation, including the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, Federal Law No. 149-FZ “On Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection” of July 27, 2006, Federal Law “On Personal Data” No. 152-FZ of July 27, 2006 and taking into account the recommendations of Federal Supervision Agency for Information Technologies, Communications and Mass Media.