Health and Safety Management Policy

 

Ilsky Oil Refinery, the newest refinery in the south of Russia, is a dynamically developing and promising petroleum processing plant in Krasnodar Region.

 

Development of the refinery is based on modern processing procedures which make it possible to minimise industrial injury and prevent occupational illness.

 

Managing processing procedures and ensuring safety in production operations is carried out using modern automated monitoring systems which make it possible to limit the presence of employees in processing plants and thus reduce the number of industrial injuries and prevent occupational illness.

 

This Policy defines the goals and targets of Ilsky Oil Refinery in Health and Safety and sets out the basic principles and policies taken into account in ensuring safe working conditions.

 

 

Principles of Health and Safety at Ilsky Oil Refinery

Management recognise their responsibility in all operations and consider the lives and health of employees to be more important than production performance.

 

Management consider Health and Safety to be an essential component of the industrial safety management system and an essential element of managing the business effectively.

 

Management engage all employees in reducing industrial injuries and ensuring Health and Safety, determining the personal responsibility of each employee for their own safety (refuse to carry out tasks which would involve violating Health and Safety).

 

Health and Safety Goals

 

The main Health and Safety goals at Ilsky Oil Refinery are:

  • setting up and maintaining safe working conditions and preserving the lives and health of employees;
  • reducing the number of industrial injuries and preventing industrial illness at production facilities;
  • a healthy lifestyle, health promotion and prophylaxis against industrial illnesses;
  • reducing the risk of accidents and preventing incidents in hazardous production facilities;
  • in-process monitoring of working conditions at work areas;
  • medical services for employees in accordance with Health and Safety requirements and medical examinations of employees;
  • ensuring Health and Safety and safe working conditions for employees maintaining buildings and facilities and equipment when carrying out production processes;
  • implementing safe working conditions by defining the personal responsibility of employers and each employee to observe Health and Safety requirements;
  • improving production practices and employee competency by improving educational and professional levels;
  • initiating dialogue with all interested parties and ensuring transparency and accessibility of Ilsky Oil Refinery’s indicators regarding Health and Safety, except when these indicators are information with restricted access.

 

 

Ilsky Oil Refinery’s Responsibilities for Health and Safety

 

To achieve the goals set and to realise the basic principles of Health and Safety practice Ilsky Oil Refinery assumes the following responsibilities:

  • to observe and execute the requirements of Russian Federation legislation on Health and Safety;
  • to allocate the necessary financial, material and technical, and human resources to implement this Policy;
  • to prevent industrial injuries, industrial illnesses, accidents and fires;
  • to ensure the effective functioning and regular updating of the Health and Safety management system;
  • to assess Health and Safety risks and to ensure risks are managed to avoid injuries or damage to the health of employees;
  • to engage employees in observing and executing the requirements of Health and Safety, creating conditions and motivation whereby each employee recognises their responsibility for their own safety and the safety of the people around them;
  • in a timely and competent manner to improve the professional level of employees, using modern information technology;
  • to strive to achieve understanding by all Ilsky Oil Refinery employees that observing Health and Safety requirements is an essential part of working practice;
  • to carry on an open dialogue regarding Health and Safety with all interested parties (employees, the general public, state supervisory bodies);
  • to require contractors working on Ilsky Oil Refinery facilities to observe the requirements of laws and regulations, statutory regulations at the federal or regional level, and Ilsky Oil Refinery internal documents regarding Health and Safety.

 

Managers, professionals and employees at Ilsky Oil Refinery accept the responsibility of ensuring the Health and Safety Policy is carried out.

 

Andrey Tagirov

Director General, Ilsky Oil Refinery

 

Process Safety Management Policy

 

This policy defines the goals and targets of Ilsky Oil Refinery regarding process safety and sets out the basic principles and policies taken into account in ensuring process safety.

Management recognise their responsibility for potential negative developments resulting from working at hazardous production facilities and express their conviction that such work can and must be carried out without incidents or accidents.

Management consider protecting the vital interests of individuals and society from accidents at hazardous production facilities and from their consequences to be the main goal in process safety work.

Process Safety Policy Statement

 

Ilsky Oil Refinery recognises its responsibility to society in operating hazardous production facilities and fully understands the complexity and scale of the tasks facing the business.

Preserving the lives and health of employees and maintaining the safety of production processes and manufacturing are the company’s over-riding priorities.

Ilsky Oil Refinery:

  • expresses its conviction that work must be carried out without incidents or accidents when operating hazardous production facilities;
  • states its commitment to execute all the requirements of federal, regional and industry-based legislation regarding process safety.

Goals in Reducing Risk of Accidents at Hazardous Production Facilities

 

Ilsky Oil Refineray’s goals in the area of process safety are:

  • to maintain process safety levels at units operating hazardous production facilities where the risk of incidents and accidents is minimal and corresponds to the level of development of equipment and processes;
  • to ensure the safe operation of hazardous production facilities, prevent incidents and accidents and to ensure that units are prepared to localise and liquidate the aftermath of accidents and incidents at hazardous production facilities;
  • to create conditions for the reliable functioning and development of subdivisions of the business operating hazardous production facilities by setting up preventive maintenance systems to avoid failure of or damage to equipment or deviation from regimes set by technical documentation regarding process safety that could lead to incidents and accidents at hazardous production facilities;
  • to reduce the scale of economic, social and environmental damage from potential accidents at hazardous production facilities;
  • to carry on a dialogue with all interested parties and ensure transparency and accessibility of Ilsky Oil Refinery’s indicators regarding process safety, except when these indicators are information with restricted access.

 

Ilsky Oil Refinery’s Responsibilities for Process Safety

 

To achieve the goals set and to realise the basic principles of process safety practice Ilsky Oil Refinery assumes the following responsibilities:

  • to ensure the uninterrupted functioning and updating of the process safety management system at Ilsky Oil Refinery, which is a part of the overall process safety management system;
  • to strive to achieve understanding by all Ilsky Oil Refinery employees that observing process safety requirements is an essential part of working practice;
  • to allocate the necessary financial, material and technical, and human resources;
  • to ensure the effective functioning and regular updating of the process safety management system;
  • to ensure implementation of the process safety policy by using modern practices, modernising and replacing equipment which has reached the end of its operational life, and improving production processes;
  • to carry out an open dialogue regarding process safety with all interested parties (employees, the general public, state supervisory bodies);
  • to improve procedural guidelines and maintain a system of administrative and technical documents regarding process safety;
  • in a timely and competent manner to improve the professional level of employees, using modern information technology;
  • to implement early warning systems to alert to the possibility of an incident or accident presenting potential danger and to ensure expeditious execution of a range of preventative measures to eliminate potential risks;
  • to constantly assess the risks of accidents happening and to ensure development, implementation and monitoring of compliance with measures to reduce them, as well as public liability insurance by the owner of a hazardous production facility for any damage caused as the result of an accident at a hazardous facility;
  • to require contractors carrying out works at the business to observe process safety requirements.

 

Managers, professionals and employees at Ilsky Oil Refinery accept the responsibility of ensuring compliance with the Process Safety Policy.

Summary of results from a special evaluation study of working conditions in 2014

 

  Number of work positions and number of employees employed in those positions

 

Number of work positions and number of employees employed in them by class (subclass) of working conditions out of the number of work positions shown in column 3
class 1 class 2 class 3 class 4
total including those on which the special evaluation study was carried out 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4.
Working places 274 274 0 153 90 31 0 0 0
Employees, employed in work positions 673 673 0 211 350 112 0 0 0
Women 126 126 0 74 47 5 0 0 0
Aged under 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
With disabilities 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

 

 

Plan of measures to improve working conditions from results of the special evaluation study

in 2014

 

Business unit, work position Measure Target date Goal
1 2 3 4
73.  Scale operator

 

Modernise artificial lighting system 2 quarter, 2017 To improve working conditions, improve light quality
108А(109А). Loading operator, Grade 5

 

Modernise artificial lighting system 2 quarter, 2017 To improve working conditions, improve light quality
198. Deputy section manager

 

Modernise artificial lighting system 2 quarter, 2017 To improve working conditions, improve light quality
225. Boiler Operator,  Grade 5 226А(227А). Boiler Operator,

Grade 5

Install sound insulation barrier 1 quarter, 2018 To improve working conditions, reduce noise levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of results from a special evaluation study of working conditions in 2015

  Number of work positions and number of employees employed in those positions

 

Number of work positions and number of employees employed in them by class (subclass) of working conditions out of the number of work positions shown in column 3
class 1 class 2 class 3 class 4
total including those on which the special evaluation study was carried out 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
Working places 6 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0
Employees, employed in work positions 14 14 0 14 0 0 0 0 0
Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aged under 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
With disabilities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

Summary of results from a special evaluation study of working conditions in 2016

  Number of work positions and number of employees employed in those positions

 

Number of work positions and number of employees employed in them by class (subclass) of working conditions out of the number of work positions shown in column 3
class 1 class 2 class 3 class 4
total including those on which the special evaluation study was carried out 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
Working places 24 24 0 14 4 0 0 0 6
Employees, employed in work positions 85 85 0 25 18 0 0 0 33
Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Aged under 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
With disabilities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of results from a special evaluation study of working conditions in 2017

  Number of work positions and number of employees employed in those positions

 

Number of work positions and number of employees employed in them by class (subclass) of working conditions out of the number of work positions shown in column 3
class 1 class 2 class 3 class 4
total including those on which the special evaluation study was carried out 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
Working places 9 9 0 8 1 0 0 0 6
Employees, employed in work positions 10 10 0 8 2 0 0 0 33
Women 3 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0
Aged under 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
With disabilities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0