Training of workers in the professions of the oil production cycle in safety standards and rules using typical risks

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Lomonosov Hall (The ITMO University)
Poster Environmental Protection Systems


Boris Sevastyanov


Introduction. The article discusses the growth of the number of accidents around the world. The oil industry is one of the largest in terms of the number of employees in the country, which negatively affects the accident risk among workers.
Problem statement. The objective of the research is to identify typical risks for professions in the oil production cycle.
Theoretical part. The procedure for identifying typical occupational risks for workers in the oil production cycle was carried out at two enterprises: JSC “Belkamneft named after A.A. Volkov”, JSC “Udmurtneft”. The key professions of the oil production cycle were considered, the main labor functions were shown. Next, by analyzing actual jobs and regulatory documents, typical occupational risks for the considered professions were identified.
Conclusion. To reduce the time spent on the process of managing professional risks, particularly at the first stage (identification of risks) for workers in the oil production cycle, possible professional risks were identified from the list of hazards presented in the Standard Regulation on the Occupational Safety Management System.

Position of speaker Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Technosphere Safety
Affiliation of speaker FSBEI of HE “Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University”
Publication IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science

Primary authors

Boris Sevastyanov Robert Shadrin Mrs Anna Vladislavovna Shalamova (FSBEI of HE “Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University”) Natalya Victorovna Selyunina (FSBEI of HE “Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University”)

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