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Today, the transport plane “Ruslan” landed at Kazan International Airport. More than 6 million medical masks and six production lines for their manufacture have been delivered from Tianjin, China. One of the lines was purchased by Nizhnekamskneftekhim for the manufacture of medical masks. “ The arrival of this aircraft is an important part of the work carried out to provide necessary means of protection for the people of the Republic by the separate order of the President of Tatarstan, Rustam Minnikhanov. On board the most necessary and demanded products to date are medical masks, transport boxes for patients, and also the most important six production lines with a total production capacity of over 15 million masks per month”, the Deputy prime minister and Minister of Industry and Trade of Tatarstan, Albert Karimov told reporters.
Tomorrow the company’s specialists will start installation of a new production line together with partners from China. The first lot of masks is planned to be output on April 16.
During coronaviral contagion and self-isolation, the Company continues to support the most vulnerable groups of citizens. These days, petrochemists arranged the delivery of 750 food packages to disabled people of the first and second groups, registered with Regional Public Organization of Veterans and invalids of War and Labor of the company. The set includes cereals, noodle products, cheese, sunflower oil, tea, sweeties, meat and bakery products.
Foodstuffs are delivered by representatives of all divisions and subsidiaries of Nizhnekamskneftekhim. The action was also joined by employees of health and recreation resort “Korabelnaya Roscha”, the sports club “Neftekhimik”, the musical band “Romantiky”. The transfer of kits is carried out in compliance with safety precautions - in masks and medical gloves.Together with the foodstuff, petrochemists also present medical masks made remotely at home by volunteers from among the Company employees.
In the period of the coronavirus pandemic in PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim, the operational group at headquarters is actively involved in preventing the spread of a dangerous infection. The headquarters include the heads of departments responsible for the safety of petrochemical staff, both when on duty and outside industrial sites. Every day, each responsible person reports at least twice a day on the situation at the department under his control, operational measures are planned for further actions. Monitoring of the canteen operation, the number of cases of influenza, SARS, the number of employees working remotely is monitored.In addition, the headquarters operational group monitors the sanitary treatment of buses used by Nizhnekamskneftekhim employees, as well as the decontamination of the company's territory. Twice a day, including weekends, sanitizing is carried out with disinfectants of the road-street network, pedestrian walkways, sidewalks, bus stop pavilions and an underpass located on the premises of the enterprise. Disinfection is carried out using special equipment.
In the context of the Covid-2019 coronavirus pandemic, PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim is contributing to the production of currently scarce medical masks. Non-woven polypropylene material for their manufacture, which is produced by the subsidiary company Polimatiz, is distributed among the main factories of the Company for making over 100 000 masks for personnel. And employees of the Company, working at a remote mode of operation and having sewing skills, supported the call for the manufacture of masks at home.To this end, the Company provides everyone with the necessary tissue, the delivery of which is carried out by the Company's volunteers, they also take off the finished product. About 800 pieces of masks are made daily. They are distributed to volunteers, veterans, workers on a social mission and in contact with a large number of people.
The management of Nizhnekamskneftekhim decided to allocate 100 000 pieces of medical masks to the city for non-woven stuff. In addition, the Kamsko-Polyansky Neurological Dispensary will receive free help from the Company, their team requested the provision of the stuff for the manufacture of 5 000 masks.
Pursuant to the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation “On measures to ensure the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population in the Russian Federation in view of the spread of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19)” and the ongoing restrictive measures in the Republic of Tatarstan to improve the sanitary and epidemiological situation, PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim will from 04.04.2020 to.30.04.2020 proceed with their activities as a continuously operating enterprise.
The personnel ensuring the continuity of the production process, and employees working at a remote mode will continue to work in compliance with all sanitary and epidemiological requirements to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.
For this period, for workers after 60 years of age and older, unoccupied in the process of continuously operating production, days off in self-isolation mode are extended.
During the special regime in Nizhnekamskneftekhim PJSC, the production program for the output of items is carried out according to the approved schedule. This was told by Mr. Oleg Nesterov, Deputy General Director - Production Director of PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim. He noted that in the current severe conditions, Nizhnekamskneftekhim continues to produce petrochemical products of critical importance for the country. The Company's management keeps abreast and makes adjustments to the organization of the production process in accordance with the emerging changes related to the situation of the isolation regime in Tatarstan and in the whole of the Russian Federation.
The Company introduces additional actions aimed at reducing staff contacts with employees of contracting organizations. For this purpose, a separate entrance hall was opened for contracting companies staff at the enterprise and a separate delivery by bus to work place was organized. For the movement of enterprise workers in the territory of the first and second industrial zones, the number of shuttle buses was increased. The work schedule of the canteens has also been adjusted to minimize crowds.
Employees of Nizhnekamskneftekhim, who are engaged in continuous production, were provided with certificates from the employer, allowing them to move freely to and from work place.
And, at present, shift reception and delivery in the workshops of the plants are carried out under remote control. The shift work schedule has not changed, but options are also being considered in the event of a worsening epidemiological situation. The issue of introducing a three-shift work schedule instead of the current four is being considered. At the same time, the main task remains to ensure a safe continuous process cycle for the production of high-quality products.
Mr. Airat Safin, General Director of PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim, took part in a meeting with the leaders of Nizhnekamsk industrial enterprises, chaired by Mr. Aidar Metshin, the Head of Nizhnekamsk Municipal District. The meeting was held the day before, in online mode of communication.
At the meeting, actions were discussed for preventing the spread of coronavirus infection at the industrial enterprises of the city. Airat Safin, the head of Nizhnekamskneftekhim, spoke in detail about the events held at the Company.
First of all, he noted that with the introduction of a special regime, the Company, as an enterprise of a continuous cycle, proceeded with operation as usual. However, given the seriousness of the situation, it was decided to move the maximum possible number of employees to a remote mode of work, outside office.
Airat Safin said that all employees were instructed and provided with appropriate memos, antiseptics and personal protective equipment, a step by step provision with medical masks is in progress. Also, volunteers from the College of Petrochemicals and Oil Refining are sewing medical masks. Material for these purposes is provided by the Polymatiz subsidiary. A schedule has been developed for the supply of non-contact thermometers, thermal imagers, wall-mounted dispensers, bactericidal recirculators. It is planned to purchase a mini-laboratory for express diagnostics of tests for Covid-19.
Shift buses, which deliver Company employees to the place of work and back, are also sanitized. In total, 134 buses run on 11 special routes daily. The number of buses offering scheduled service in the Company’s territory has also been increased.
A special regime also affected contractors engaged in maintenance and turnarounds. To avoid contact with the personnel of Nizhnekamskneftekhim, they will be able to enter the Company’s territory only at a separate checkpoint, which is located opposite Polyclinic No. 1 from now on. Like all checkpoints, this checkpoint is equipped with turnstiles. Disinfectants are also used here.
For the period of the special self-isolation regime announced in Tatarstan, the management of PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim together with the trade union organization are implementing measures to provide timely assistance to veterans of the Great Patriotic War and home front workers registered with the Council of Veterans of War and Labor of PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim.
Currently, initiative groups have been formed from among the representatives of the trade union committee of the enterprise, as well as volunteers-petrochemical staff. Within two days they provided food sets to 120 veterans, three of them being participants in the Great Patriotic War.
Veterans gladly accepted help from factory workers and expressed gratitude for consideration and care given.
Food packages prepared by the Nizhnekamskneftekhim catering department included socially significant food.
In March this year, the nitrogen-oxygen station (ACS), which is part of the oligomers and glycols plant of PJSC Nizhnekamskneftekhim, turned 35 years old. This industrial facility provides all divisions of the Company with technical gases: nitrogen, oxygen and dry air. The gas is required at the factories for conducting technological processes, and in the maintenance of equipment during the scheduled shutdown turnaround repair.
The need to commission the nitrogen-oxygen station back in 1985 was due to the demands of a new ethylene oxide plant. After the start of production No. 1 in 1980 to produce monoethylene glycol and diethylene glycol, production No. 3 for the production of ethyl cellosolve and ethyl carbitol was put into operation. Then the petrochemical staff started constuction of a surface-active substances plant, where it was planned to establish production No. 2.
The availability of its own nitrogen-oxygen station solved the problem of providing technical gases not only to the production of the ethylene oxide plant, but also to other divisions of Nizhnekamskneftekhim.
Factory workers pay great importance to the revamp of the nitrogen-oxygen station. So, in 2019, they replaced piping of one of the air separation units at the station, which made it possible to improve the maintenance of the process conditions. In addition, the pneumatic control system was replaced by a more modern computer system in this unit.