Transneft Siberia honours Great Patriotic War veterans

Date of publication: 08 May 2018 Print

On 8 May 2018, Transneft Siberia hosted an event dedicated to the Victory Day at its headquarters, where the Company’s employees greeted the Great Patriotic War veterans at a ceremony. Apart from that, the guests attended a celebratory concert and a tea party.

On the eve of the Victory Day similar events were hosted by all the branches of Transneft Siberia. As of now, there are 65 Great Patriotic War veterans among the Company’s retirees, including two combat veterans, 60 homefront workers, two underage prisoners of Nazi concentration camps and one resident of the blockaded Leningrad.

Social policy of Transneft Siberia specifically focuses on war and labour veterans who devoted their lives to developing oil pipeline transportation in Western Siberia. The Company’s social programme provides for one-off holiday bonuses and assisting the said categories in repairing housing. The retired employees of the Company also receive reimbursement for medical treatment and purchased medicine as well as targeted financial assistance to purchase home appliances plus they are given trips to health resorts. During 2017, 394 Company’s retirees received the opportunity to go to health resorts in Tyumen Region and Altai Territory to rest and undergo recreational treatment. Five veterans received targeted financial aid to purchase home appliances and repair their houses. Transneft Siberia also provides financial aid to councils of veterans’ organisations that function in Tyumen Region, Khanty-Mansi and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Areas.