1. Workers of Antipinsky Oil Refinery Celebrate its Birthday

Workers of Antipinsky Oil Refinery Celebrate its Birthday

30 September 2013

On September 30 the workers of Antipinsky Oil Refinery celebrated the birthday of their enterprise. Precisely 9 years ago the construction of the refinery began, and 7 years ago the first commercial batch of oil products was yielded.

Representatives of government authorities, business structures, the Board of Directors took part in festive events.

The Honor Board presentation ceremony was held at Antipinsky Oil Refinery on that remarkable day for the enterprise. Portraits of the most distinguished and merited employees, foremost workers, whose everyday labor made great contribution to the development of Antipinsky Oil Refinery were displayed on it. The Honor Board was unveiled accompanied by the storm of applause of the refinery’s workers and executives, and festive balloons were flown into the sky.

The workers whose portraits are displayed on the Honor Board serve as an example for the entire team of the enterprise: by the results of their activity they set the objective which every employee of the refinery will try to attain.

Though much responsibility is imposed on our foremost workers the placement of portraits on the Honor Board is a very pleasant event.

An increment to the tune of 10% of their official monthly salary shall be fixed for all the twenty approved candidates whose portraits are displayed on the Honor Board during one consecutive year for great achievements in work, a lump-sum premium to the tune of 30 thousand rubles shall be paid, and 50 thousand rubles are to be granted in case of repeated display. After the expiry of the year in which a worker’s portrait was displayed on the Honor Board a premium to the tune of 50 thousand rubles shall be paid to him. If an employee’s portrait is displayed on the Honor Board for three years in succession an increment to the tune of 15% of his/her official monthly salary shall be fixed for such employee for the period of one year and a lump-sum bonus to the tune of 50 thousand rubles is to be paid. After the expiry of one year when the employee’s portrait is displayed on the Honor Board the honorary title of Merited Worker of Antipinsky Oil Refinery shall be conferred to him/her forever, plus a merit badge and a certificate are to be granted. In addition to that an increment to the tune of 10% of his/her official salary per month shall be fixed for such employee for the period of up to three years, up to three additional holidays are to be granted, a lump-sum bonus to the tune of 80 thousand rubles is to be paid, and even in case of retirement of such person an allowance to the tune of his three average monthly wages is to be paid.

The social and personnel-related policy pursued by the management board of the enterprise and aimed at supporting employees, their professional development and encouragement provides for high performance indices achieved by the employees. The list of social protection measures for the collective is constantly extending since the management board of Antipinsky Oil Refinery seriously believes that the enterprise will develop successfully only when proper conditions for life and professional activity of workers are created. Cooperation between the refinery’s administration and the Labor Collective Council, owing to the activity of which most problems urgent for the employees are solved, becomes of great importance in this connection.

This year the portraits of the following employees of Antipinsky Oil Refinery have been well-deservedly displayed on the Honor Board:

  • Aleshchenko Maria Petrovna, engineer, I category,
  • Barabash Viktor Borisovich, technical department chief,
  • Baturin Vladimir Valerievich, commodity operator, 4 class,
  • Belozerov Yevgeny Vladimirovich, process unit operator, 6 class,
  • Georgiev Ivan Nikolayevich, unit mechanical operator,
  • Gusev Viktor Stepanovich, driver,
  • Ivanov Yuri Nikolayevich, senior boiler-room operator, 5 class,
  • Kimasov Yuri Andreyevich, process unit operator, 6 class,
  • Koksharova Lyudmila Stepanovna, cleaner of production facilities and offices,
  • Krivenko Ivan Sergeyevich, commodity operator, 5 class,
  • Motorin Vladimir Sergeyevich, process unit repairman, 6 class,
  • Novoselov Aleksei Nikolayevich, shift master,
  • Pak Kirill Nikolayevich, metal-structure lead specialist,
  • Repin Georgy Ivanovich, commodity operator, 4 class,
  • Rovin Pavel Vladimirovich, instrument technician, 6 class,
  • Son Larisa Petrovna, laboratory assistant for chemical analysis, 4 class,
  • Tutova Natalia Vasilievna, pass office attendant,
  • Usoltseva Yelena Vyacheslavovna, baker,
  • Ufimtseva Nina Borisovna, laboratory chief,
  • Chernopazov Vladimir Aleksandrovich, multifunctional machine-tool operator, 6 class

The ceremony of awarding the most distinguished workers dedicated to the Refinery’s Anniversary and the Honor Board presentation was held at the central production site of the refinery not far from the first AT-1 unit.

Certificates of Merit of the Tyumen Region’s Governor, Letters of Gratitude from Tyumen Administration and Letters of Appreciation of Chairman of Tyumen City Duma, Certificates of Merit and Letters of Appreciation of the Board of Directors of Antipinsky Oil Refinery CJSC, as well as financial premiums, were granted to 33 employees of the refinery.

When the festive events were over Chairman of the Board of Directors and General Director of Antipinsky Oil Refinery gave an interview in which the company leaders answered questions of the media representatives of the federal and regional level.

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