Transneft Volga Region Sums Up Results of Summer Health Campaign

Date of publication: 29 October 2020

Transneft Volga Region has summed up the results of its summer health campaign 2020. The organisation of vacations for employees and their families is an important component of the company’s social policy. The list of the benefits provided to the employees includes vacations for their children.

The company compensates the cost of health resort treatment once every two years.  This year, 339 employees received such compensation, 498 members of their families had holidays together with employees. In addition, 182 employees used the compensation of half of the cost of travel to and from their holiday destination.

According to the recommendations received after the mandatory medical examinations and from medical institutions, vouchers for rehabilitation and restoration treatment were issued according to voluntary health and accident insurance using the funds of the insurance company. In 2020, 127 employees of Transneft Volga Region used these vouchers.

The company's employees visited the health resorts of Samara, Volgograd, Saratov, Ulyanovsk Regions, the Black Sea coast, the Caucasian Mineral Waters and other regions of Russia.

In 2020, 289 children of employees stayed in children's health improvement and health resort institutions: the Tsiolkovsky children's health improvement camp (Samara Region), the Berezki children's health improvement camp (Samara Region), the Salut children's health improvement camp (Samara Region), Ilona Health Improvement Educational Centre (Krasnodar Territory).

This year, taking into account the epidemiological situation, one of the most popular directions of organising summer vacations – Transneft’s United Family corporate programme – usually implemented at the Fregat health resort in Krasnodar Territory, was held online. 59 families of employees of Transneft Volga Region participated in the interactive events of the programme.

In total, Transneft Volga allocated more than RUB 42 million to finance the 2020 summer health campaign.