Joint Stock Company Transneft (Russian: Транснефть; traded as: MCX: TRNFP) is a Russian state-owned transport monopoly, the largest oil pipeline company in the world. JSC “Transneft” is operating over 70 thousand kilometers of trunk pipelines. It transports about 90% of oil and 30% of oil products produced in Russia, in addition to considerable volumes of crude hydrocarbons from the CIS countries. The current condition of the company’s pipeline system meets the highest requirements for reliability and environmental safety, ensuring smooth delivery of oil to domestic and international markets.
Oil Transporting Joint-Stock Company Transneft was established by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 810 dated August 14, 1993 in pursuance of Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 1403 dated November 17, 1992. The founder is the Government of the Russian Federation. Transneft, JSC was registered by the Moscow Registration Chamber on August 26, 1993, certificate No. 026.800.
Transneft’s key priorities include protection of life and health of the Company’s employees, provision of safe labor conditions and prevention of emergencies at dangerous facilities. The goals and objectives in the field of occupational health and labor safety are determined by “The Policy of JSC “Transneft” in the Field of Occupational Health” and “The Policy of JSC “Transneft” in the Field of Labor Safety”.
Striving to achieve these goals, Transneft adheres to the following principles:
compliance with the requirements of the Russian laws, international treaties of the Russian Federation, federal rules and regulations in the field of occupational health and labor safety;
providing employees with the means of individual protection against dangerous industrial factors adequate to the modern level of science and technology in the field of labor safety;
carrying out measures aimed at the improvement of reliability of the equipment in use and reducing emergency and accident risks at dangerous facilities;
planning and performance of activity aimed at reducing of industrial casualties and emergencies at dangerous facilities;
disclosure of important information related to occupational health and labor safety;
continuous improvement and enhancement of activities in the field of occupational health and labor safety.
The audits carried out by an international certification body confirmed the compliance of the Company’s occupational health and labor safety management system with the requirements of the international standard BS OHSAS 18001:2007 “Occupational health and safety management systems. Requirements”