Policy and Management
Gazprom Neft’s HSE policy is directed at achieving “Target Zero” — no harm to or impacts on people, facilities or the environment.
Achieving our strategic goals means all of us — employees, contractors, partners — need to operate safely and responsibly. Which is why the Management Board has taken the decision to include “Safety and Care for the Environment” as a key value in the company’s Corporate Code.
I am confident that our cohesive vision here will allow Gazprom Neft to become the safest company in the industry.
The company’s Committee for HSE and Civil Protection (the HSECP Committee) continued its work throughout 2017, headed by Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov and reporting in to the Board. Progress on implementing the company’s HSE strategy is reviewed at meetings of the HSECP Committee, together with best practice in HSE.
2017 saw the continuation of the company’s initiative to inculcate a safety culture throughout the organisation.
In its HSE, OS and CD activities Gazprom Neft is guided by the requirements of Russian legislation as well as international and corporate standards. The underlying corporate document defining the Company’s operating principles and commitments is the Industrial, Fire, Transport, Environmental Safety, Occupational Health, and Civil Defense Policy. The policy covers all Gazprom Neft subsidiaries and outlines uniform strategic goals, obligations and responsibilities in HSE, OS and CD.
Corporate Industrial Safety Policy
billion made up the cost of improving industrial safety in 2017
All of the Company’s subsidiaries and business units have a Corporate HSE, OS and CD Management System that complies with the international standards OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004.
Gazprom Neft continued its reorganisation of the HSECP management system throughout 2016, bringing this into line with cutting-edge management approaches in the field, and with a new HSECP structure being put in place within the company’s Offshore Development Division.
This work has led to a reduction in the number of incidents at the Company’s production facilities in 2016 and a further decrease in the injury rate (LTIF).