Far Eastern branch of Svyaztransneft (based in Khabarovsk), jointly with OMON (Special Police Force) of the Federal National Guard Service in Khabarovsk Territory, has held an emergency response drill.
Siberian Operational Communication Directorate of Svyaztransneft (based in Tomsk) has put new overhead transmission lines into operation at Pervomaika, Petkul and Vertikos radio-relay stations.
Upper Volga Operational Communication Directorate of Svyaztransneft, in concert with the FSB, the MOI of Russia, the EMERCOM and the Anti-Terror Security Commission (ATSC) of Torzhok, held a drill at Torzhok operational and technical base (OTB) to practice response to the triggering of an explosive device and a fire outbreak at the facility. The drill was designed to improve the knowledge and practical skills of employees in prompt elimination of emergencies.
Surgut-based Middle Ob branch of Svyaztransneft launched an operational and process communications system in the responsibility area of the Noyabrsk and Surgut oil trunk pipeline directorates (OTPDs).
Oka Region Industrial Communication Directorate of Svyaztransneft (Ryazan) has finished another phase in construction of a mobile process radio communications system at the Almetievsk – Nizhny Novgorod and Meshikha - Ryazan sections.
The Volga and Kama branch of Svyaztransneft (based in Kazan) has started construction of a fibre-optic communications link (FOCL) along the Almetievsk – Kuibyshev 1, Almetievsk – Kuibyshev 2 and Kaltasy – Kuibyshev (the Samara – Almetievsk section) oil trunk pipelines.
13 fiber-optic communications link (FOCL) fitters who had won in the regional preliminaries took part in the 2nd round of the Best in Profession contest held in Ufa (the Urals branch of Svyaztransneft).
Upper Volga Branch (Yaroslavl) of Svyaztransneft is building a fiber-optic communication line (FOCL) at the following section: Kirishi initial pumping station – Krasny Bor line operation dispatcher station – Pulkovo oil depot.
The North Caucasus branch of Svyaztransneft (based in Novorossiysk) has finished installation of a fibre-optic communication line (FOCL) between the Tikhoretsk and Armavir communication centres (CCs). The length of the new communication line, with synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) exceeds 130 km.
The West Siberian Industrial Communication Directorate (based in Tyumen) affiliated with Svyaztransneft has been recognised as Russia’s best non-production enterprise in the OHS sphere at the Success & Safety – 2017 nationwide contest.