Business programme


Problems of assessing occupational aptitude and the link between diseases and occupation

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Preserving the health of the working population is a public policy priority. Early detection of signs of occupational pathology is most effective during periodic medical examinations of workers, followed by referral to a centre for occupational pathology for further in-depth examinations. The new world of labour creates new risks to occupational health.
Occupational diseases of the future is a challenge that should be addressed today.
Leading experts in the field of occupational pathology will speak at the session on the problematic issues of occupational aptitude assessment and the link between diseases and the occupation.
  • Maxim Nekrasov, Deputy Director of the Department of Public Health, Communication and Expert Activity
  • Marina Bukhtiyarova, Chief Researcher, FGBNU NI MT
  • Sofia Nikonova, Leading Researcher, FGBNU NI MT
  • Irina Panova, Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine named after Academician N.F. Izmerova, head occupational pathological department, chief freelance specialist occupational pathologist of the Central Federal District, Ph.D., associate professor
  • Ludmila Saarkoppel, , Occupational Medicine
  • Pavel Serebryakov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Management Company Slavda
  • Yulia Tkachenko, Specialist of the Direction of Medical Safety of Train Traffic and Industrial Medicine of the Central Directorate of the Branch
  • Lyubov Shpagina, DSc (Med.), Professor, head of department for hospital therapy and medical rehabilitation, Novosibirsk State Medical University, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; chief physician, City Clinical Hospital No. 2, Novosibirsk Region

Sustainable Development of Enterprises: Russian and International Experience

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Representatives of domestic and international companies will share practices of sustainable development, outcomes and key challenges of sustainable development concept establishment in Russia.
  • Svetlana Maltseva, Chief Executive Officer, MALTILOG
  • Nikolay Krivozertsev, Director, Ecostandard Group
  • Maria Spelnikova, Advisor on liaisons with government bodies and public organisations, 3M Rossia
  • Alexander Yakovlev, Head, Environmental Protection Directorate, MC METALLOINVEST

New technologies and digital solutions in manufacturing

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
The session offers an opportunity to review and discuss the experience of companies in implementing and developing corporate information systems for health and safety process management.
Special attention will be paid to lessons learnt from implementation results as well as to discussion of problematic issues in the development of these information systems.
  • Alexey Ivanov, Project Manager, Jet Infosystems
  • Denis Bannykh, Manager for development of production safety training systems, Production Safety Directorate, Gazprom Neft
  • Andrey Vorotilkin, Deputy Director, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Denis Karpenko, Project Manager, NLMK Group
  • Vadim Korkachev, Executive Director, Abies-S
  • Alexander Pivikov, Production Safety Director, JSC Vyksa Steel Works, OMK Group
  • Maxim Polyakov, Head of project for development of production safety competence assessment systems, Production Safety Directorate, Gazprom Neft
  • Sirinat Shageyev, Deputy Director for the Construction of Distribution Networks, Construction Projects Directorate, Grid Company

Closed meeting of Mining and Metallurgical Company Norilsk Nickel PJSC

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3

The Vision Zero concept: domestic experience and international practice

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
The Vision Zero concept, which consists of seven golden rules, has become widespread in Russia. More than 6,000 Russian companies have joined the movement since 2017, when a memorandum was signed between the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation and the International Social Security Association. A five-year period of zero-accident measures is sufficient time to discuss performance, problems encountered and changes in perception of workers' safety.
Participants will discuss the results of implementing Vision Zero in selected companies, the transformation of employee behaviour and the impact of the concept on workplace safety in Russian industry.
  • Elena Kompasenko, Head, HSE Department, Zarubezhneft JSC
  • Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Svetlana Dronova, Acting Director, Agency for the Development of Human Potential and Labour Resources of the Ulyanovsk Region
  • Pavel Zakharov, HSE Director, NLMK Group
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Kolin, General Director, All-Russian Association of Occupational Safety Specialists
  • Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, President, International OPR Foundation / Vision Zero Ambassador (online)
  • Akmadi Sarbasov, First Vice Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Tatyana Terentyeva, Deputy Director General, Rosatom Corporation
  • Lars Hoffman, Head of EHS Center, Siemens AG (online)

Telemedicine: possible forms of remote interaction and remote procedures in medicine

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
At the event, taking into account sustainable trends in the development of labour legislation in terms of improving the system of mandatory medical examinations of employees and in line with the goals and objectives of the Concept of Digital and Functional Transformation of the Social Domain, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation, experts will discuss the functional load and legal status of the new concepts of "remote medical control" and "social insurance profile" and assess the feasibility of establishing a "legal sandbox" regime for practical implementation of new forms of medical examinations of employees at transport industry enterprises and hazardous industrial facilities.
The key message of the session is not to catch up with trends, but to be the frontrunner!
  • Nataliya Ushakova, Chief Executive Officer, Social Technologies Group; Chairwoman, Social and Labour Relations Committee and Member of the Management Board, OPORA RUSSIA
  • Ekaterina Gutor, Director, Department of Medical Support for Train Safety, Central Directorate of Healthcare – a branch of Russian Railways
  • Evgeniya Kiseleva, Director of the Development of the Federal Operator of Automated Medical Examinations, MedPoint24
  • Vladimir Lugovenko, Deputy Director of the Department of State Policy in the Field of Automobile and Urban Passenger Transport of the Ministry of Transport of Russia
  • Elina Mishustina, Director, LebGOK-Health
  • Sergey Nikolaev, head of the department of medical information technologies of the Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Scientific Research Institute of MT"
  • Nadezhda Simonova, Epidemiologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Central Civil Aviation Clinical Hospital
  • Alexandra Unizhayeva, CEO, M-Profico
  • Andrey Chukarin, Head of the Analytical Directorate of the Data Management Department, ANO “Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation

Corporate health culture at the heart of a healthy society strategy

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Working citizens make a major contribution to the social and economic development of the state. Their health is determined not only by a safe working environment, but also by the availability of health services, programmes involving prevention and management of health risks (including those resulting from occupational activities), timely recognition of diseases and medical and recuperative care. Nevertheless, we can only talk about building a healthy society when society is motivated towards a healthy lifestyle and shares the values of health protection consciously, not by regulation. A managed corporate environment is the place where a mass culture of health responsibility can develop and the foundations for a healthy society can be laid.
  • Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, Director, Division of Country Health Policies and Systems, Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization (online)
  • Tatyana Lototskaya, First Deputy Chairman, Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation
  • Julia Mazanova, Deputy General Director for Sustainable Development and Corporate Communications, METALLOINVEST
  • Ekaterina Pogodina, Director General, Managing Director of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, Johnson & Johnson Russia & CIS
  • Oleg Salagay, Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
Front row participants
  • Elena Aksenova, Director, Research Institute for Healthcare Organization and Medical Management of Moscow Healthcare Department
  • Oksana Drapkina, Director, National Medical Research Center for Preventive Medicine of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (online)
  • Olga Enikeeva, Head of Corporate Health Programs, Central Directorate of Health Care, branch of Russian Railways
  • Olga Postnikova, Chief Executive Officer, Dobroe Delo Social Care Centre ANPO
  • Igor Shipilov, Deputy Head, Occupational Medicine Directorate, SUEK

Lean production as a global trend

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
At the event, experts will talk about the main practices of lean production, their results and their impact on staff behaviour.
  • Alena Lysak, Director of Complementary Vocational Education Department, SMARTA Ltd
  • Gulyusa Burganova, Director, Department of Lean Production Organization and Development, Grid Company
  • Tatyana Zamorova, CEO, DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Russia & CIS
  • Egor Ivanov, Head of Directorate for socio-financial control and provision for the activities of territorial bodies of Rostrud, Deputy Head of Project Office
  • Lyubov Makarova, Director, Occupational Safety and Production Control Department, Grid Company

Experience in applying the international standard ISO: 45001. Overview of best practices

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
In a management system, OHSAS 18001 addresses only risks, ISO 45001 addresses both risks and possibilities; ISO 45001 takes into account the views of all stakeholders; the new standard is more dynamic than the old one in every aspect; OHSAS 18001 focuses predominantly on reducing health hazards, ISO 45001 on the relationship between a company and its suppliers/customers.
During the event, experts will discuss management system standards and their impact on safety.
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
  • Alexey Zanegin, Director of HSE Projects Head Made Systems
  • Elena Makhmutyanova, Head of the Department of PJSC "Garzprom"
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
  • Dmitry Yartsev, Chief Executive Officer, TYuF AUSTRIA Standards and Correspondence
Strategic plenary session

Occupational health and safety: new challenges, quick solutions

06.09.2021 13:30–15:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
The COVID-19 pandemic is the gravest crisis since the Second World War. It has led to significant changes in the labour market, not only in the area of employment, but also in the operational sustainability of employers themselves.
The crisis has prompted management to make difficult decisions to optimise existing business models, find ways to cut costs, and develop new lines of business.

The discussion will focus on Russian and international experience of state management of labour protection during the pandemic, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labour sector, modernisation of legislative ways to regulate remote interaction in the social and labour sector between the state authorities and citizens and employers, introduction of electronic document management in the labour sector and its simultaneous integration into the electronic services of the Pension Fund, Social Insurance Fund and state labour inspectorate.
  • Tatyana Golikova, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
  • Nikolay Gorban, CEO, CPC-R JSC
  • Elena Zhidkova, Head, Central Healthcare Directorate, Russian Railways
  • Veniamin Kondratiev, Head of Administration (Governor) of Krasnodar Territory
  • Anton Kotyakov, Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Alexey Likhachev, Director General, State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
  • Mikhail Mishustin, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
  • Yaroslav Nilov, Deputy of the State Duma of the 7th Convocation, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Labour, Social Policy and Veterans' Affairs
  • Guy Ryder, Director General, International Labour Organization (ILO)
  • Sergey Shiryaev, General Director, Vostok-Service
  • Alexander Shokhin, President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs

Demonstration exercises of the forces and means of the EMERCOM of Russia

06.09.2021 15:00–15:45