Health Safety and environment

The following management systems are geared towards the wellbeing and good health of the staff, the provision of ecologically stable production levels, and the minimisation of the impact of PJSC UkrGasVydobuvannya business activities on the environment:

– The Occupational Safety System of PJSC UkrGasVydobuvannya, the Standard of Ukrainian Companies SOU 09.1-30019775-121:2013 (third revision) was approved by the State Service of Mining Supervision and Industrial Safety of Ukraine (DerzhHirPromNahliad) and certified for compliance with the requirements of DSTU OHSAS 18001:2010 ‘Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems – Requirements’.

– The Environmental Management System of PJSC UkrGasVydobuvannya: Standard of Ukrainian Companies SOU 11.2-30019775-171:2010 ‘Environmental Management System Guidelines’ were approved, as were the Standard of Ukrainian Companies SOU 11.2-30019775-172:2010 ‘Environmental Management System. Identification of Legal Requirements’ certified for compliance with the requirements of DSTU ІSО 14001:2006 ‘Environmental Management System. Requirements with Guidance for Use’.

The company approved the Environmental Policy of PJSC UkrGasVydobuvannya (environmental protection and rational use of natural resources) in order to adopt a uniform environmental policy in the course of operations.

In 2015, Seven Golden Rules of Occupational Safety, which were developed by the International Labour Organization and efficiently operate in many enterprises of the European Union, was introduced in the business activities of the company by the order of PJSC UkrGasVydobuvannya.

Compliance with the requirements set forth in these internal regulations, as well as requirements set in state laws and regulations on occupational safety, road safety, fire, environmental, radiation and technogenic safety ensures that the company must to carry out production activities within the allowable environmental safety limits and acceptable levels of occupational injury according to the classification of the International Labour Organization and within the limits of applicable occupational safety law.