1. Результаты деятельности 2015 года

Results of activities in 2015

December

1. In connection with the acquisition of a new sports complex by the Antipinsky Oil Refinery, the Council worked in December on the execution, coordination and signing of agreements terminating the agreements with Tyumenskaya Domostroitelnaya Kompaniya OJSC (which a gym and workout room were rented from) and Liga LLC (which a gym was rented from).

2. On December 5, a snowman competition was held at Zdorovie (Health) Cultural and Recreational Center among children of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery employees. More than 80 children took part in the competition.

3. On December 15, a meeting was held to discuss the establishment of a Youth Commission under the Council of Employees. The need to set up the commission is caused by a large number of young specialists at the refinery and associated with the importance of their adaptation at the refinery, encouragement of young specialists’ initiatives and their motivation to actively participate in the refinery’s social activities. In view of the importance of this work, A.V. Goonbin, Chairman of the Council, proposed that he be appointed chairman of the commission. Other active staff members elected to the commission include:

1 A.S. Kioroglo;
2 E.Y. Serdyuk;
3 N.N.Semenova;
4 Y.N. Zorina.

The commission was instructed to develop an activity plan for 2016 by January 31, 2016 and submit it to the Council of Employees for review.

5 From 25, applications for New Year greetings for children of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery employees were accepted. The number of employees who wanted to see Santa and Snow Maiden in their homes reached almost 130. 6 On December 19, a matinee New Year party was held for children of the refinery’s employees at Poisk Cutural Center attended by more than 240 children.

November

1. In connection with the acquisition of KSU Sports Complex, applications from employees willing to attend sporting activities at the aforesaid center were accepted during a one-month period. In total, 316 applications were received. The schedule of employee visits and Complex working hours will be based on the applications received.

2. From 18.11.15 through 30.11.15, the refinery employees could submit their applications to participate in the contest for the best Snowman sculpted for children of the refinery’s employees with the help of their parents. The family festival-competition was held on 05.12.2015 at Zdorovie (Health) Cultural and Recreational Center with the participation of 135 children.

3. On November 19, the Sports Commission organized a darts competition at KSU Sports Complex. Over 30 employees of various subdivisions of Antipinsky Oil Refinery JSC took part in the competition. Prize winners among men in individual events were:

1st place – A.S.Nikolaev, Instrumentation and Automation Shop Foreman.
2nd place – A.A. Gaev, Laboratory Assistant with Refinery Central Laboratory.
3rd place – M.V.Logachev, Instrumentation Repairman with Instrumentation and Automation Shop.

Prize winners among women in individual events:

1st place – E.V. Naumova, HR Specialist.
2nd place – K.A. Skripnik, Recruitment Specialist.
3rd place – E.V. Skaptsova, Dispatcher with Transportation Department.

In team events:

1st place – Instrumentation Shop.
2nd place – HR Directorate.
3rd place – Security Service

4. From November 25 employees could submit their applications for New Year greetings for their children. They were offered two options: the kids could either attend a New Year matinee party at Poisk Cultural Center or have Santa come to their homes. The first option was chosen by 90 employees, 34 employees opted for home visits.

October

1. On October 1, the Council of Employees met to elect a new chairman of the Occupational Safety, Welfare and Amenity Commission. Sergei Anatolievich Ilinykh refused his nomination for personal reasons. Taras Vasilievich Grin came forward as a candidate for chairman of the Occupational Safety, Welfare and Amenity Commission. According to voting results, Taras Vasilievich Green became the newly elected chairman.

2. On October 3, a children’s matinee party was held by the Council together with PR specialists to finalize the results of the art contest titled “A GREETING CARD FOR THE REFINERY’S BIRTHDAY”. The children enjoyed the entertainment program presented by a animator and the tea party organized for them, and received gifts.

3. On October 8, the Chairman of the Council of Employees was invited to attend a staff meeting of the Instrumentation and Automation Shop organized by T.V. Green, member of the Council of Employees. The meeting discussed the issues concerning insufficient number of lockers in the change room, the need to provide an office for newly hired staff. The aforesaid issues were reviewed by relevant services and will be resolved within 2-3 months.

4. From October 1 through October 7, the Sports Commission was busy putting together a team to participate in the citywide Health Day held on October 10. A total of 31 refinery’s employees applied for participation.

5. On October 24, GTO (Russian acronym for “Ready for Work and Defense) competition was held as part of the IX Spartakiada Games among work collectives of the Tyumen Region. Antipinsky Oil Refinery JSC was represented by an 8-member team. The results of the refinery’s team are presented in the table below.

Table of final results:

Natalia Vladimirovna Bagmut – Bronze Pin
Ivan Sergeevich Vyushkov – Gold Pin
Alexander Yurievch Yemelyanov – Gold Pin
Kirill Andreevich Kalinin – Silver Pin
Maxim Valerievich Kinderov – Bronze Pin
Anne Evgenievna Presnyakova – Bronze Pin
Vadim Valerievich Surmyatov – Bronze Pin

September

1. On September 9 - 25, an art contest titled “A GREETING CARD FOR THE REFINERY’S BIRTHDAY” was organized and held for children of the refinery’s employees. 37 young artists aged 3 – 14 took part in the contest. On the refinery’s birthday, the children’s art exhibition was held on the ground floor of administrative and amenity building No. 1.

2. On September 9, a Council of Employees meeting was held to review recommendations for employee awards submitted by heads of structural subdivisions after consultations with the Board of Directors of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC in connection with the commissioning of Workflow III facilities. The Council members took a vote resulting in the selection of 39 employees to receive awards on September 30, 2015. Notes of Recognition approved by the Board of Directors of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC were awarded to 15 employees. Certificates of Appreciation approved by Board of Directors of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC and signed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors were awarded to 12 employees. Certificates of Appreciation approved by Board of Directors of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC and signed by the Director General of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC were awarded to 12 employees.

3. Representatives of the Council of Employees examined workwear and personal protective gear samples provided by various suppliers to attend to the complaint received by the Council from electric shop employees at the end of September concerning poor quality of fire-resistant workwear for protection against electrical arc. The employees reported material drawbacks in the workwear revealed in the course of using it. Pursuant to a relevant office memo, the enterprise management gave instructions to set up a commission to test workwear consumer properties. At the meeting, representatives of the refinery administration, the Council of Employees, the supplier and electric shop employees discussed the necessity to change workwear design.

August

In August, the Council of Employees arranged eight meetings between the refinery’s employees, Council members and the refinery’s management. The representatives of the management team told the attendees about the development prospects of the refinery’s social policy, improvement of workplace amenities, answered employees’ questions.

The Council of Employees presented its 2015 Activity Report at the meetings:

10 meetings were held, at which, inter alia, the following issues were discussed:

1. Elections of additional members to Council;
2. Appointment of occupational safety representatives and representatives from the refinery’s subdivisions;
3. Making amendments to the collective bargaining agreement due to changes in applicable law;
4. Reviewing nominations for awards of various levels submitted by the refinery’s subdivisions.

Members of the Council took part in the activities of the commissions set up jointly with the refinery’s administration:

1. To select a workwear and personal protective gear supplier, in particular, the commission reviewed the list of items, quality and comfort of workwear and personal protective gear in wear;
2. To conduct special workplace conditions assessments;
3. To conduct employee assessments.

At the meetings, the Council of Employees presented its activity plans for the second half of the year:

1. Organizing and holding festive events to celebrate Oil, Gas and Fuel Industry Day, the refinery’s anniversary and unveiling of the updated Honors Board.
2. Organizing children’s contests, sports and cultural events.

July

On 06.07.2015, a meeting was held to review recommendations submitted by heads of structural subdivisions of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC for awarding the Company’s employees with Letters of Recognition from the Chairman of the Tyumen City Duma in honor of the refinery’s anniversary. The total number of nominations submitted was 7. Having reviewed the nominations, the Council of Employees resolved to apply to the Chairman of the Tyumen City Duma for Recognition Letter awards for 5 refinery’s employees.

To nominate candidates for the refinery’s Honors Board, a motivation commission was set up. The Council of Employees was represented on the Commission by the following employees: Alexander Vladimirovich Goonbin, Sergei Valerievich Paltusov, Pavel Vyacheslavovich Somov, Dina Viktorovna Grishkova, Taras Vasilievich Green’, Sergei Anatotolievich Ilyinykh, Ekaterina Alexandrovna Shcherbakova, Vitaly Vladimirovich Filippov.

Natalia Sergeevna Bannova was appointed Secretary of the Commission.

The total number of recommendations submitted to the commission was 38. When discussing the principles of selecting candidates, the commission members resolved to select employees to represent their subdivisions on the Honors Board among those, whose length of employment with the refinery was 3 years and up. Further, it was resolved in the course of the discussion that heads of subdivisions, whose candidates the commission members could not agree on, should be given an opportunity to personally present the employees’ merits to the commission.

The commission met twice to discuss the nominations, and on July 31, 2015, it selected 20 employees, whose pictures will be placed on the Honors Board as part of the official ceremony for the Refinery Day on September 30.

In the second part of the month, the Council of Employees was involved in budgeting work for 2016. The Council is in charge of providing cost estimate for budget item “Cultural and Sports Events”.

The members of the Sports Commission included in the budget the cost of holding volleyball, soccer, table tennis, ski racing, darts and shooting Spartakiada Games. It was also decided together with supervisors in charge of relevant sports to include in the budget the cost of purchasing new gear for the refinery’s soccer and volleyball teams, as well as chessboards and clocks.

In total, the budget for sports and cultural events has grown by 187% against 2015 level.

May-June

In May, two meetings were held to review the refinery subdivisions’ nominations for awards to celebrate professional holidays.

On May 4, “The Way to Victory!” children’s event was held in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The refinery employees’ children met with a war veteran who shared his memories of the endless horrible days of the war he lived through. The impact of the veteran’s story was reinforced by the exhibition of battlefield relics and wartime letters realistically featuring the trials and tribulations of life at the front.

On June 5, a Council meeting was held to select Council representatives to participate in collective bargaining to draft amendments to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC and employees of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC represented by the Employee Council for 2014-2017 and Antipinsky Oil Refinery Internal Labor Regulations. It was resolved to appoint A.V. Goonbin, M.P. Aleshchenko, P.V. Somov and S.G. Aliev members of the collective bargaining commission to draft amendments to the Collective Bargaining Agreement and Antipinsky Oil Refinery Internal Labor Regulations.

On June 22, a Council meeting was held to review recommendations of the heads of Antipinsky Oil Refinery’s subdivisions for awarding employees with Letters of Recognition from the Tyumen City Administration to celebrate Oil and Gas Industry Day.

April

1. On April 6 – 30, to celebrate the Victory Day, the Council of Employees organized contests for children of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery’s employees:

- essay contest titled “The History of Great Patriotic War in the History of My Family”;
- drawing and painting contest titled “The Victory Day”.

2. The Council of Employees held 3 meetings to discuss and approve nominations for professional holiday awards submitted by the refinery structural subdivisions.

At the meeting held on April 9, Taras Vasilievich Green was elected member of the Council of Employees in place of E.N. Nechaev who resigned earlier. Also, T.V. Green was by voting elected to the Sports Commission.

3. On April 29, air rifle shooting competition was held among the refinery’s employees on the Council initiative.

March

S.A. Ilyinykh, Chairman of the Occupational Safety, Welfare and Amenity Commission, held a commission meeting to discuss the matters associated with holding working condition checks at subdivision level. It was resolved to engage Occupational Safety Representatives in subdivision checks. Authorized representatives of relevant subdivisions were put in charge of monitoring the rectification of punch list items.

From February 17 to March 24, mini-football competitions with the participation of seven teams were held.

February

In February, the Sports Commission was occupied with organizing holding mini-football competitions among the Company’s subdivisions.

On February 05, at the EC meeting, by ballot voting, Alena Anatolievna Pokenerova, Grade 5 Chemical Laboratory Assistant, was elected a new Council member. By Council resolution, Alena Anatolievna was appointed a member of the Cultural Events Commission.

The Occupational Safety, Welfare and Amenity Commission conducted a working conditions audit at the shut-off valves and ventilation equipment repair area.

Council of Employees and PR specialists organized and held a ski race corporate event on February 28 at Zdorovie Cultural and Recreational Center to celebrate the Defender of the Motherland Day celebrated (February 23) and International Women’s Day (March 8).

January

1. At the end of the year, the Council of Employees finalized the results of its activities in 2014 and drafted the Council’s activity plan for 2015 including:

- monthly schedules of working conditions audits at the refinery’s subdivisions;
- schedule of preparations for and holding of sports and cultural events for the refinery’s employees;
- schedule of contests celebrating national holidays and important dates: Victory Day, Children’s Day, Refinery’s birthday, New Year.

2. In the course of its regular activities, the Сouncil of Employees accepted questions submitted by employees and forwarded them for review to responsible persons from the refinery’s administration. Substantiated replies with explanations were prepared for the employees who submitted their questions to the Council of Employees.

3. Due to the exclusion of Y.V. Tveritina from the Council of Employees following her resignation, the Council organized preparations for additional elections to the Council of Employees. The additional elections were scheduled for February 5.