Goals and Results of Industrial and Occupational Safety Activities in 2015

Goals Results
Preventing accidents at hazardous production facilities There were no accidents at hazardous production facilities.
10% decrease in accidents involving equipment (incidents) The number of incidents decreased from 2,879 to 2,512 (by 12.7%).
10% decrease in the number of fires The number of fires and ignitions at the Company’s facilities decreased by 28%.
20% decrease in the LTIFR rate Indicator decreased from 0.52 to 0.472 (by 9.2%).
Preventing emergency situations of a man-made nature at production facilities No emergency situations of a man-made nature took place at production facilities.
Drafting and introduction of regulatory and methodological documents, including Company standards for training in matters of HSE, OS and CD, safe conduct when performing hazardous work, the management system for contracting organisations and the method for rating contractors The Company updated a number of these standards and launched work to introduce contractor rating methodology (more).
Preparation and dissemination of information and methodological materials that aim to improve safety culture The Company has prepared and introduced a number of visual signs (instructional booklets, posters, etc.), started drafting a corporate reference manual that reflects the provisions of corporate regulatory and methodological documents in industrial safety. The distribution of the reference manual among contracting organisations is planned for 2016.
Development of standard plans and routes for traffic Standard plans and routes for traffic have been developed and introduced at subsidiaries that transport hazardous freight.
Introduction of the “Steps” programme for contracting organisations of the Upstream Division. Based on audits of contractor activities, the Company conducted diagnostic audits at the Unit’s subsidiaries, updated documents that allow for organising interaction with contractors in accordance with the Company’s safety requirements and developed a specialised training programme for contract handlers and technical oversight specialists.
Introduction of hands-free system for drivers The systems have been developed, tested and introduced on the Company’s fuel tankers.
Work on FSR “General requirements for justifying the safety of a hazardous production facility” FSR have been drafted and are being endorsed with the government authorities.
Visualisation of hazardous areas The Company has developed and introduced stickers for fuel tankers to warn those involved in the transportation process about the driver’s blind spots.
Initiation of amendments to Bill No. 116-FZ“On Industrial Safety” Risk assessment methods have been developed for No. 116-FZ,considered by the Scientific and Technical Council of the Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service and taken effect.
Development and introduction of a pilot project for the electronic testing of employees using devices of the electronic medical examination system (EMES) The project has been developed and introduced at Gazpromneft-Yamal.
Improved management efficiency of industrial, fire and occupational safety The Company monitored measures based on the results of production control, monitored the implementation of corrective measures and conducted advanced process audits.