Dedicated Working Environment Assessment

As of January 1, 2017, LUKOIL Group entities had 46,142 workplaces, employing 86,164 people, including 35,973 women.

In accordance with legislation Federal law No. 426-FZ of December 28, 2013 “On Dedicated Working Environment Assessment”., Russian LUKOIL Group entities conduct a dedicated working environment assessment to identify hazardous and/or dangerous occupational factors and assess their impact on employees.

Dedicated working environment assessment covers 79.2% of workplaces As of December 2016. with almost 80% of employees. 17.7% percent of workplaces are covered by workplace certification results from 2012–2013. The remaining 3.1% are newly introduced workplaces and those where the working environment has changed.

The share of employees of Russian entities of the LUKOIL Group employed in workplaces with harmful working conditions has been steadily declining over the past few years and at the end of 2016 amounted to 34.3% of the total number of employees whose workplaces have actual results of a special assessment of working conditions or workplace certification.

In 2016, the Company improved the working environment for 2,917 employees, fully eliminating workplaces with the maximum hazard class working environment, which were occupied by 231 employees, in 2015.

In the Company there are no workplaces with hazardous working environment (Class 4)
Workplaces in the Russian LUKOIL Group entities covered by the dedicated working environment assessment as of the year end, %
Number of employees having workplaces with hazardous labor conditions
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