SAFETY

Ravil Maganov
Ravil Maganov First Executive Vice President of PJSC LUKOIL
WHAT STEPS DOES THE COMPANY TAKE TO IMPROVE ITS SAFETY CULTURE?

Ensuring safe working conditions and reducing injuries are the Company’s key priorities. LUKOIL is implementing best practices in workplace safety, with the use of state-of-the-art technology. The Company’s management places a great focus on these matters, with PJSC LUKOIL’s representatives taking part in Safety Days and visits of the leaders. Direct engagement between management and employees helps improve motivation levels and raises the effectiveness of scheduled activities. We have begun to make active use of new types of equipment, such as the Mobile Inspector software and hardware system, and conduct video surveillance of hazardous facilities. The Safety Culture 4.0 mobile app has been developed by the Company’s specialists.

We engage closely with our contractors’ representatives and workers on these matters, and invite them to participate in our safety culture events and to share best practices. Respective incentives have been also introduced. We hope that these measures will help to further bolster the culture of safety at the Company’s entities.

Alexander Podolsky
Alexander Podolsky Head of the Information Technology Department of PJSC LUKOIL
HOW IS THE COMPANY DEALING WITH INFORMATION SECURITY CHALLENGES?

The year 2019 was dedicated to setting up the Information Security (IS) Management Center in order to safeguard the security level of information assets. We combined the processing of related events and responses to threats in a Corporate monitoring center.

We implement measures to mitigate sanction and other risks related to natural and man-made disasters, failures in engineering and telecommunications networks, and disruptions to external supply chains. The level of automation of security operations is improving.

The Single information space (SIP) – a complex of basic IT-services providing secure user operations in the corporate calculating network and protected access to corporate information resources – is developing.

SIP will enable a corporate user from any point of the globe to access the relocatable Digital workplace at any time. Lukoil Technology Services GMBh launched pilot project on its implementation in 2019. This allowed a prompt switch to remote working conditions taking into account IS requirements during the pandemic.