Labor Festival professional excellence contest held at Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar
PR and Media Relations Service, Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar
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In the last half of May 2018, Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar held a number of professional excellence contests at the company’s three gas production directorates.
Contests arranged to mark Year of Quality proclaimed by Gazprom in 2018
On May 16–17, employees of Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar competed for the titles of Best Oil and Gas Production Operator, Best Well Survey Operator, and Best Chemical Lab Technician at the company’s gas production directorate in the Kanevskaya village. The contest involved 24 winners of the qualifying rounds that had taken place the day before at the company’s subdivisions in the Krasnodar and Stavropol Territories and the Komi Republic. As a result, Vasily Karasev from the Kanevskoye Gas Production Directorate (GPD) was named Best Oil and Gas Production Operator, Valery Korotkin from the Svetlogradskoye GPD became Best Well Survey Operator, and the title of Best Chemical Lab Technician went to Viktor Shevchenko from the Engineering & Technical Center.
Well survey operators showing their skills at well No. 137 (Kanevsko-Lebyazhye gas and condensate field operated by Kanevskoye GPD) located near Privolnaya village
On May 22–24, Vuktyl hosted the inaugural contests in the following categories: Best Compressor Operator, Best Pipeliner, and Best Instrumentation Repairman. After a round of competitions involving 19 employees, Roman Malyukov won in the Best Compressor Operator category, Fyodor Ivanitsky was named Best Pipeliner, and Oleg Stetsenko won Best Instrumentation Repairman. All of the winners work at the Vuktylskoye GPD.
Best compressor operators, pipeliners and instrumentation repairmen named at Vuktylskoye GPD
On May 23–24, ten electrical equipment repairmen vied for the top prize at the Svetlogradskoye GPD, with the GPD’s Alexey Kovalev emerging as the winner.
The contests included theoretical and practical tests. During the theoretical portion of the competitions, contestants demonstrated their knowledge of special technologies in each category and of occupational, industrial and fire safety rules.
Contestants performing theoretical tests to demonstrate knowledge of special technologies and occupational, industrial and fire safety rules after briefings and draws procedures during first day
The practical stages of the competitions were arranged depending on the locations of the required equipment at the facilities.
“For our company, it was the first Labor Festival of such scale. It involved 53 contestants representing our most widespread and in-demand blue-collar jobs. This important event allows us to highlight and encourage the best employees, inspiring the participants to move forward and evolve. After all, the company needs top-level professionals to generate and adopt innovations. Contests like this one help make blue-collar professions more prestigious and motivate workers to improve their skills and competencies,” said Andrey Zakharov, Director General of Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar.
Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom, is engaged in the development of 44 fields, including 26 gas fields, ten gas and condensate fields, seven oil, gas and condensate fields, and one oil field. The company’s operating well stock consists of 1,257 wells producing some 3 billion cubic meters of gas and 280,000 tons of liquid hydrocarbons per year.
Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar’s production facilities are located in the Krasnodar Territory, the Rostov Region, the Stavropol Territory, the Republics of Adygea and Kalmykia, and the Komi Republic. The company has nine branches, including three gas production directorates.
The ISO 14001:2004 environmental management system is in effect at Gazprom Dobycha Krasnodar. The company employs over 3,800 people. It is headquartered in Krasnodar.