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Business programme

Session

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.
Moderator
  • Maxim Nekrasov, Deputy Director of the Department of Public Health, Communication and Expert Activity
Panellists
  • 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
Session

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.
Moderator
  • Svetlana Maltseva, Chief Executive Officer, MALTILOG
Panellists
  • 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
Session

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.
Moderator
  • Alexey Ivanov, Project Manager, Jet Infosystems
Panellists
  • 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
Session

The Vision Zero concept: domestic experience and international practice

06.09.2021 11:00–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/5sffh6?lang=en
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.
Moderator
  • Elena Kompasenko, Head, HSE Department, Zarubezhneft JSC
Panellists
  • 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)
Session

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
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/1e915s?lang=en
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!
Moderator
  • Nataliya Ushakova, Chief Executive Officer, Social Technologies Group; Chairwoman, Social and Labour Relations Committee and Member of the Management Board, OPORA RUSSIA
Panellists
  • 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
Session

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
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/0mmz96?lang=en
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.
Moderator
Panellists
  • 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
Session

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.
Moderator
  • Alena Lysak, Director of Complementary Vocational Education Department, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • 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
Session

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.
Moderator
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • 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
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/2k7q3c?lang=en
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.
Moderator
Panellists
  • 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
Session

Government programmes aimed at improving occupational health and safety in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Monitoring of occupational health and safety is conducted on the basis of information filled in by the executive labour authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation on the website of the Russian Ministry of Labour's All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Labour. The reliability of the information provided in the questionnaires has a significant impact on the reliability of the data analysed and included in the report of the Russian Ministry of Labour.

The session will review the results of the monitoring of occupational health and safety conditions in the Russian Federation, give explanations on how to complete the forms for monitoring occupational health and safety, and hear from representatives of the executive labour authorities of the entities that scored the highest in the occupational safety and labour law compliance rating in terms of sharing best practices.
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Yury Marchenko, Lead Adviser, Department of Labour Conditions and Occupational Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Master class

Use of online training in the work of labour safety specialists

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Considering the current threats, more and more training is done online. Labour protection specialists need to be in constant contact with trainees, many of whom can be reached only via the Internet. How should you run you lessons competently and effectively? Does this deserve special attention? How to organise the possibility of practical exercises on the other side?
During the master class, there will be a discussion on such topics as: preparation for a webinar (presentation, video-clips, tests, practical part on the trainee’s side), holding the webinar, assessment of the trainee’s actions from the other side of the screen, control over trainees’ webinar attendance.
Panellist
  • Stanislav Manerov, Director, National First Aid Council; Chief Executive Officer, Prostranstvo Bezopasnosti, Member of the Expert Council under the relevant commission of the Russian Ministry of Labour on First Aid
Session

Platform for informative criteria and standards in occupational medicine – predictive analysis and disease prevention

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
At present, measures to protect employee health should be introduced based on clear algorithms involving the interaction of informative criteria and standards in occupational medicine that are implemented at a platform-based level, including the results of a special assessment of working conditions, preliminary and periodic medical examinations, an analysis of early signs of occupational diseases, indicators of employability, and, as a result, the creation of occupational risk groups.
Moderator
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
Panellists
  • Evgeniy Zibarev, Deputy Director for Scientific Work, Izmerov NII of Occupational Medicine
  • Olga Smekhneva, Chief Specialist, Healthcare Group, Lebedinskiy GOK
  • 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
Master class

How to list correctly employees subject to medical examination

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
Panellist
  • Alexandra Unizhayeva, CEO, M-Profico
Session

Emotional safety

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/h6rsq8?lang=en
Changing working conditions and related problems at work (ineffective communication and management practices, long working hours and inflexible schedules, harassment and psychological abuse in the workplace) are factors that negatively affect people's mental wellbeing and mental health. Mental health prevention and stress reduction in the workplace, prevention of occupational burnout, and mental health programmes should be an integral part of corporate team health strategies.
Moderator
Panellists
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
  • Evgeny Zamigulov, Director, "Research Institute of Occupational Safety in Yekaterinburg"
  • Georgy Kostyuk, Chief Physician, Psychiatric Hospital no. 1 Named after N.A. Alexeev, Chief Freelance Specialist Psychiatrist, Moscow Healthcare Department
  • Ekaterina Pogodina, Director General, Managing Director of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, Johnson & Johnson Russia & CIS
  • Olga Postnikova, Chief Executive Officer, Dobroe Delo Social Care Centre ANPO
  • Oleg Salagay, Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
  • Tatyana Chernigovskaya, Professor, Сorresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Institute for Cognitive Studies, Head of the Department of the Problems of Convergence in Natural Sciences and Humanities of SPBU
Practical discussion

Employee engagement tools to develop safety culture

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
The heads of occupational and industrial safety services of Russian and foreign companies will share their practices and tools for employee engagement in the safety culture to minimize industrial injuries and ensure a responsible attitude to occupational health and safety.
Moderator
  • Anatoly Komarov, HSE Consulting Director, Industry Consulting Ecopsy
Panellists
  • Denis Bannykh, Manager for development of production safety training systems, Production Safety Directorate, Gazprom Neft
  • Elena Bulatova, Deputy Chief Manager of Health, Safety and Environment for the Russian Federation, Caspian Pipeline Consortium
  • Gabdulkhak Zinatulin, Deputy Director of the HSE Department of the Exploration and Production Block, Rosneft
  • Ivan Polishchuk, Director of the Center for the Development of Safety Culture, Rosatom Corporate Academy
  • Ekaterina Rogova, Head of division for raising safety culture and introducing OHS risk management tools, MC METALLOINVEST
Master class

How to talk about occupational health and safety

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/hl2y7d?lang=en
The ability to persuade people about health and safety at work is of key importance for workers and for the health and safety officer. A well-reasoned, knowledgeable speech by workers to observe personal safety.
Panellists
  • Maxim Gordeev, Head of the South Federal District Department, Autonomous Nonprofit Organization "Dialogue Regions"
  • Pavel Kurochkin, HSE Project Manager, NIPIGAZ JSC
Session

Leadership in HSE and how to enhance it

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/5hd4je?lang=en
Representatives of industrial companies will discuss their personal experience of leadership in occupational safety and its impact on the behavioural safety of all personnel: demonstrating by example the importance of complying with occupational safety requirements, taking active steps to identify risks, preventing inappropriate dangerous practices, violations of occupational safety requirements, systematic improvement of own competence, knowledge and skills in occupational safety, etc.
Moderator
  • Elena Kompasenko, Head, HSE Department, Zarubezhneft JSC
Panellists
  • Pavel Zakharov, HSE Director, NLMK Group
  • Sergey Kolychev, Head of Occupational Health and Safety Services, KPMG Russia & CIS
  • Pavel Kurochkin, HSE Project Manager, NIPIGAZ JSC
  • Alexander Pivikov, Production Safety Director, JSC Vyksa Steel Works, OMK Group
  • Alexey Polshikov, Head of Production Safety Department, Unipro PJSC
  • Vasily Yaremenko, CEO, Centre for the Study and Assessment of Legal and Economic Problems of the Occupational Health and Safety System
Master class

How to draw up a list of workers to be trained; training programmes for them

06.09.2021 16:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
The workshop will provide practical advice on how to compile a list of employees to be trained in health and safety, based on company cases. Typical examples and exceptions will be discussed.
Panellist
  • Alena Lysak, Director of Complementary Vocational Education Department, SMARTA Ltd
Conference of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation

Major revisions to the labour law on occupational health and safety. New Section X of the Labour Code of the Russian Federation

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/ixq9p4?lang=en
The conference will discuss the amendments to the Labour Code of the Russian Federation introduced by the Federal Law of 2 July 2021. No. 311-FZ "On Amendments to the Labour Code of the Russian Federation".
Moderator
  • Dmitry Platygin, General Director, Federal State Budgetary Institution "All-Russian Research Institute of Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Alexey Bezyukov, Chief Technical Labour Inspector, Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia
  • Svetlana Bessarab, member of the Russian State Duma Committee on Labour, Social Policy and Veterans' Affairs
  • Joachim Breuer, ISSA President
  • Anton Kotyakov, Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Olga Kremskaya, Humanitarian Cooperation Department of the CIS Executive Committee, Deputy Head of the Secretariat of the CIS Advisory Council on Labour, Employment and Social Protection
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Khitrov, General Director, All-Russian Industrial Association of Employers "Union of Employers of the Nuclear Industry, Energy and Science of Russia"
Session

Digital Occupational Safety Laboratory (DOSL)

07.09.2021 10:00–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
As technologies develop, production processes are evolving and being modernized, including occupational safety. Routine operations are gradually disappearing from the chain of duties of occupational safety specialists, leaving time to work with people.
At the same time, some companies cannot determine what digital tools they need due to a lack of experience in using IT products in manufacturing.
Moderators
  • Alexey Borisov, Director for Acceleration of Fuel and Energy Sector and Industry, IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
  • Konstantin Parshin, Director for Acceleration of Fuel and Energy Sector and Industry, IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
First part 10.00-11.30
  • Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Ekaterina Gak, Head of Sales and Business Development Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe, 3M Russia CJSC
  • Alexander Ekimov, Director for OHS, T-Plus
  • 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
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
  • Konstantin Parshin, Director for Acceleration of Fuel and Energy Sector and Industry, IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
  • Dmitriy Samofalov, Head of production safety change support projects, Directorate for Production Safety, Gazprom Neft
Second part 12.15-13.45
  • Sergey Artamonov, Commercial Director, LLC "Ice Innovations"
  • Sergey Bobylev, Partner, Production and Environmental Safety Practice, BRIGHT
  • Alexander Bragin, Director, IT Department, SMARTA
  • Vasiliy Dolgov, Chief Executive Officer, VIZORLABS
  • Alexey Ivanov, Project Manager, Jet Infosystems
  • Pyotr Kazakov, Commercial Director, Navigation Solutions LLC
  • Rustem Mukhametshin, Deputy Commercial Director, Ice Innovations LLC
  • Vitaly Stepanov, General Director of ZD Innovations LLC
  • Vladimir Trofimov, Director, Omnitek LLC
  • Vadim Shameshev, Chief Executive Officer, BRealIT
Session

Health tool modelling practices: case studies from businesses

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Practical tools for health promotion in enterprises will be discussed at the event, using case studies.
Moderator
  • Alexandra Unizhayeva, CEO, M-Profico
Panellists
  • Nikolay Dorofeev, Deputy Director, AlfaStrakhovanie Southern Regional Centre
  • Olga Nguen, Project Manager, HSE BREALIT Ltd.
  • Irina Tutukina, Head of Department, Health Management Programme Development Directorate, AlfaStrakhovanie
  • Ekaterina Kholodkova, Lead Occupational Health and Safety Officer, Leroy Merlin Vostok LLC
Session

Workplace wellness: a fashion trend or a necessity

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
Employee health has a direct impact on labour productivity, and only good health allows high productivity to be achieved. An analysis of best practices at Russia's leading industrial enterprises has shown that many companies are very active in addressing the issues of reducing occupational disease, improving employee health and promoting wellness.
The experience of implementing corporate programmes in various companies based on a synergy of Russian and international practices will be reviewed, and the effectiveness of programmes for the prevention of cardiovascular and other diseases in employees working in hazardous working conditions will be evaluated.
Moderator
  • Elena Aksenova, Director, Research Institute for Healthcare Organization and Medical Management of Moscow Healthcare Department
Panellists
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
  • Petr Kuznetsov, Executive Director, Foundation for the Development of Personalised Medicine
  • Oleg Salagay, Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
  • Viktor Cherepov, Executive Vice President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
  • Tatiana Shestakova, Executive Director, Association "Healthy cities, districts and towns"
Front row participants
  • Olga Enikeeva, Head of Corporate Health Programs, Central Directorate of Health Care, branch of Russian Railways
  • Alexei Shavenzov, Senior Director, Government Affairs and Policy, Johnson & Johnson, Russia & CIS
Conference

Meeting of heads of occupational safety departments of territorial bodies, organizations and institutions of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
Since mid-2020, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations has been implementing a health and safety management system, with the final stage being its establishment in the territorial bodies and organisations of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations. What are the results of this work and what problems have been encountered? - These issues will be touched upon during the meeting.
In addition, the safety of firefighters in direct firefighting operations will be touched upon.
Moderator
  • Yury Zhukov, Director, Strategic Planning and Organizational Work Department, EMERCOM of Russia
Block 1 (conference)
  • Andrey Vorotilkin, Deputy Director, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Gurovich, Deputy Minister, EMERCOM of Russia
  • Yury Zhukov, Director, Strategic Planning and Organizational Work Department, EMERCOM of Russia
  • Dmitry Klyuchnikov, Deputy Director, Strategic Planning and Organizational Work Department, EMERCOM of Russia
Block 2 (panel discussion)
  • Representatives of territorial bodies and organizations of the EMERCOM of Russia .,
  • Mikhail Koshelev, Division Director, Department of Educational, Scientific, and Technical Activities, EMERCOM of Russia
  • Sergey Smygalin, Division Director, Main Directorate of Fire Protection
Conference

Meeting of the Federal Labour Inspectorate ROSTRUD with the State Labour Inspectorates in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/4p8e0c?lang=en
Moderator
  • Ivan Shklovets, Deputy Head of the Federal Service for Labor and Employment
Panellists
  • Natalya Belyantseva, Head of the Department for Organization of Personalized Accounting of Pension Rights of Insured Persons of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation
  • Dmitry Zheludkov, Head of the Department for Organization of Enforcement Proceedings, Lieutenant Colonel of the Internal Service of the FSSP of Russia
  • Mikhail Ivankov, Head, Federal Labour and Employment Service
  • Evgeny Pisarevsky, Deputy Chairman of the PFR Management Board
  • Alexey Sannikov, Head of the State Labor Inspectorate in the Saratov Region
  • Oleg Ukrainsky, head of the State Labor Inspectorate in the Perm Territory
  • Andrey Khitrov, General Director, All-Russian Industrial Association of Employers "Union of Employers of the Nuclear Industry, Energy and Science of Russia"
  • Ivan Shklovets, Deputy Head of the Federal Service for Labor and Employment
Session

Tools for cooperation and organisation of work with contractors

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
The session will deal with the interaction between the client and the contractor on issues of safety when the contractor's employees are performing work on the client's premises.
Moderator
  • Pavel Zakharov, HSE Director, NLMK Group
Panellists
  • Pavel Kurochkin, HSE Project Manager, NIPIGAZ JSC
  • Anton Panin, Project Head, NLMK Group
  • Alexander Pivikov, Production Safety Director, JSC Vyksa Steel Works, OMK Group
  • Filip Pchelin, Platform Developer, ILIM Group
  • Ivan Chukhlomin, Corporate Head for Labour Safety Service, ILIM Group
Session

"Modern requirements for first aid. Domestic experience and prospects for development".

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/uj809i?lang=en
The event will address legal and regulatory issues and the organisation of first aid training, motivating employees and company managers. Proposals will be made for amendments to legislation and procedures for organising and conducting first aid training for workplace injuries.
Moderator
  • Leonid Dezhurny, Chief Researcher, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Chief External Expert on First Aid, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Doctor of Medical Sciences
Panellists
  • Leonid Dezhurny, Chief Researcher, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Chief External Expert on First Aid, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Doctor of Medical Sciences
  • Andrey Kolodkin, Deputy Director for Medical Affairs, Federal Centre for Disaster Medicine, Pirogov National Medical and Surgical Centre, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Chief External Expert on First Aid of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation in the Southern Federal District
  • Oleg Kurov, Director, Interregional First Aid School
Session

Establishment of work and rest schedules for employees. General provisions and features

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
At the event, experts will provide a structured view and opportunities to reduce workplace factors through work and rest patterns.
Moderator
  • Nadezhda Simonova, Epidemiologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Central Civil Aviation Clinical Hospital
Panellists
  • Evgeniy Zibarev, Deputy Director for Scientific Work, Izmerov NII of Occupational Medicine
  • Igor Shipilov, Deputy Head, Occupational Medicine Directorate, SUEK
Conference

Meeting of the Russian Pension Fund with representatives of the Executive Directorate of the Pension Fund and the Pension Fund offices of the Southern and North Caucasus federal districts on "Payments of benefits to families with children"

07.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
Session

New health and safety training: systematic training and supervision

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/ikthp7?lang=en
To replace the departmental act, the Russian Ministry of Labour is currently developing a draft decree of the Russian Government 'On Approving the Procedure for Labour Protection Training and Testing Knowledge of Labour Protection Requirements'. The concept of the draft under development is that occupational health and safety training is a structured educational process comprising a set of interlinked activities. The session will focus on systematic changes in the process and procedure of occupational health and safety training.
Moderator
  • Dmitry Platygin, General Director, Federal State Budgetary Institution "All-Russian Research Institute of Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Svetlana Belkova, Head of Division, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Leonid Dezhurny, Chief Researcher, Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Chief External Expert on First Aid, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; Doctor of Medical Sciences
  • Olga Kondratyeva, DSc (Tech.) head of Engineering Ecology and Labour Safety Department, National Research University MEI, Member of the Federal Training and Methodological Association for aggregated groups of specialisations and training spheres Technosphernaya Bezopasnost i Prirodoobustroistvo
  • Alena Lysak, Director of Complementary Vocational Education Department, SMARTA Ltd
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Tatiana Pilipenko, Deputy General Director for Standardization and Technical Regulation, Vostok-Service

On-the-job: corporate cancer prevention programs

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
Cancer continues to pose a significant threat to public health. The most important factor in the prevention of cancer development is the detection of diseases in the early stages, which means that people employed in production have the opportunity to timely undergo high-quality diagnostics and screenings of malignant neoplasms. An equally important aspect of preventing the development of oncological diseases is the organization of a healthy environment in the workplace, contributing to the primary prevention of risk factors - tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, unhealthy diet and others. Finally, an important aspect is the creation of conditions in the workplace for the psychosocial rehabilitation of employees who have survived cancer. Corporate programs for the prevention of cancer are a profitable investment for the employer, insuring the economic risks associated with the long absence of qualified personnel in the workplace.
Moderator
  • Anastasia Manuylova, correspondent of the publishing house "Kommersant"
Panellists
  • Svetlana Aminova, Chief Expert for Medical and Social Expertise of Employees of Organisations in Selected Industries with Particularly Dangerous Working Conditions and Populations of Selected Territories, Main Medical and Social Expertise Office of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
Front row participants
  • Svetlana Bokova, Chair of the Executive Committee, Movement Against Cancer
  • Maria Miroshnikova, Federal Coordinator, Health Education, Volunteer Health Workers
Session

Reduction of workplace injuries at hazardous production facilities, digital transformation and oversight of occupational health and safety at company level

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
Reduction of injuries at company level through digital transformation of workplace health and safety processes.
Moderator
  • Tatyana Zamorova, CEO, DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Russia & CIS
Panellists
  • Anas Gainullin, HSE Director, SIBUR LLC
  • Evgeniy Kazakov, Director for production control, labour safety and ecology, SUEK-Krasnoyarsk
  • Alexey Nalyotov, Head of Department, Central Committee Administration, ROSPROFZHEL
  • Artem Sobolev, Project Manager, NLMK Group
Session

Improving labour law enforcement on the basis of lean production techniques

07.09.2021 12:15–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/0y1v0w?lang=en
Streamlining the process of investigating a serious accident. Initiation and referral to court of administrative cases under Article 20.25 of the CAO RF. Establishment of a coherent system for dealing with responses to citizens' petitions. Streamlining the process of additional investigation of a minor accident when the State Labour Inspectorate receives a complaint, statement or other appeal from the injured person (his or her legal representative or other person of trust) about disagreement with the conclusions of the accident investigation commission. Registering details of the declaration of conformity of working conditions to State standards for working conditions.
Part I (panel discussion)
  • Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Mikhail Ivankov, Head, Federal Labour and Employment Service
  • Alexander Klimenko, Head of Department, GLI, Stavropol Territory
  • Fyodor Kravtsov, responsible for the Ural Federal District - Head of the State Information Technology Institute in the Sverdlovsk Region
  • Nadezhda Nagovitsina, Head of Department – Chief State Inspector, GLI, Omsk Region
  • Alexander Romanov, responsible for the Siberian Federal District - head of the State Information Technology Institute in the Tomsk Region
  • Sergey Smazhenyuk, Deputy Head of the State Labor Inspectorate in St. Petersburg
  • Anatoly Yuryshev, Deputy Head, GLI, Irkutsk Region
Part II (field process factory)
  • Sergey Artemiev, Project Head, PSR, Rosatom
  • Egor Ivanov, Head of Directorate for socio-financial control and provision for the activities of territorial bodies of Rostrud, Deputy Head of Project Office
Moderators
  • Sergey Artemiev, Project Head, PSR, Rosatom
  • Egor Ivanov, Head of Directorate for socio-financial control and provision for the activities of territorial bodies of Rostrud, Deputy Head of Project Office
Session

Professional standards. New professional standard for occupational safety and health officer

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
On 1 September 2021, the new professional standard for occupational safety and health specialists will come into force. The main objectives of the regulatory update are:
- Consideration of new approaches to the establishment of occupational health and safety management systems in organisations applying the principles of the 'zero injury' concept;
- Raising the level of training and competence of professionals in the field of occupational safety and health;
- The introduction of digital technologies into the activities of occupational safety and health professionals.
What is the focus of the occupational health and safety specialist qualification? What new job functions and activities have emerged?
The session examines the updated qualification requirements for occupational safety and health specialists and assesses their impact on approaches to the design of the occupational safety and health structure and the job descriptions of occupational safety and health specialists.
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Fomina, Associate Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences; Deputy Head of the HSE Department, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Panellists
  • Igor Belyaev, Head of the State Labor Inspectorate, Chief State Labor Inspector in St. Petersburg
  • Svetlana Zaitseva, Director, Labour Safety Centre INFOKRYM
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Alexander Odnokhorov, Chief Executive Officer, NOOBOT
  • 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
  • Anastasia Smirnova, Deputy Director for Development, DPO IPBOTSP
  • Ekaterina Ulanova, Chief Executive Officer, Integrad
  • Vitaly Fedin, President, SRO NOATS, member of SPK STS
  • Viktor Chizhma, Director, TsOK Specialist
Session

Female professionals: new opportunities

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/s4rq7g?lang=en
On 1 January 2021, an order of the Russian Ministry of Labour came into force, approving an updated list of industries where women's labour is restricted. It includes 100 entries. The document replaces a list of 456 professions and jobs adopted more than 20 years ago.
The Russian Ministry of Labour is ready to discuss further changes to the list.
Moderator
  • Inna Svyatenko, Chairman of the Committee on Social Policy, Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Alexey Bezyukov, Chief Technical Labour Inspector, Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
  • Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Maria Girich, Deputy Head, Russia – OECD Centre, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Lisitsyn, Head of the HSE Department, Russian Railways
  • Ekaterina Oreshnikova, Air Ambulance Pilot, Moscow Aviation Centre
  • Yulia Temnikova, Deputy Head, Moscow Metropolitan
Master class

Scenario-based approach and simulation-based first aid training for injured people. Development and implementation

07.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
The event will provide a clear algorithm for the development, delivery and analysis of a scenario-based approach and simulation-based first aid training for injured workers (adults of different status and life experiences, heterogeneous in age, education status, life experiences and other groups).
The trainees will practice developing appropriate scenarios on the spot, identifying the students' barriers to first aid, preparing simulated accidents, choosing a location to practice the situation in the workplace. The methodological part of teaching, motivation and encouragement techniques.
Panellist
  • Stanislav Manerov, Director, National First Aid Council; Chief Executive Officer, Prostranstvo Bezopasnosti, Member of the Expert Council under the relevant commission of the Russian Ministry of Labour on First Aid
Session

Training and development of competences in occupational safety specialists within universities

07.09.2021 14:15–15:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
Panellists
  • Evgeniy Bibin, Deputy Head of Directorate for State Energy Supervision Rostekhnadzor
  • Andrey Vorotilkin, Deputy Director, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Vladimir Devisilov, Chair of the Federal Educational and Methodological Association for the enlarged groups of specialities and areas of training "Technical and Environmental Safety and Environmental Engineering"
  • Dmitry Kopytov, Director of the Training and Methodological Centre of the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education at Bauman Moscow State Technical University
  • Tatiana Ovchinnikova, Doctor of Technical Sciences; Head of the Department of Technical and Environmental Safety, National Research Technical University Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys
  • Larisa Pavlova, Advisor, Public Service, Personnel and Labour Protection Division, Department of Public Service and Personnel Policy, Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
  • Ekaterina Fomina, Associate Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences; Deputy Head of the HSE Department, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Session

Innovations in approaches to providing workers with PPE. Unified standards for the provision of PPE

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/u7kkb2?lang=en
The session will address the new approach to providing workers with personal protective equipment, depending on the harmful factors in the workplace, based on the results of a special assessment of working conditions and occupational risk assessment.
Moderator
  • Vasily Yaremenko, CEO, Centre for the Study and Assessment of Legal and Economic Problems of the Occupational Health and Safety System
Panellists
  • Timur Berda, Director of Digital Integration Solutions, Rostelecom
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Tatiana Pilipenko, Deputy General Director for Standardization and Technical Regulation, Vostok-Service
  • Tatiana Sorokina, Deputy Head of Production Audit Department, Gazprom Bezopasnost
  • Maria Spelnikova, Advisor on liaisons with government bodies and public organisations, 3M Rossia
Session

Introducing modern approaches to employee training in process safety with the support of Russian Railways

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Development of the new Health and Safety Training Procedure: how it will affect the OHSMS, digitalisation of OHS training, introduction of modern training methods and forms - VR technology, assessment sessions, gamification.
Moderator
  • Andrey Lisitsyn, Head of the HSE Department, Russian Railways
Panellists
  • Boris Dotsenko, Head of Directorate for Occupational and Environmental Labour Safety and Civil Defence, Gazpromneft-Snabzheniye
  • Alexey Leonov, Deputy General Director of PC and OT JSC "Open pit mine Tugnuisky"
  • Andrey Lisitsyn, Head of the HSE Department, Russian Railways
  • Ekaterina Mushtonina, leading HSE specialist, Traction Directorate of the Russian Railways branch
  • Natalia Rumyantseva, head of the Training Center for Mandatory Programs of the ANO DPO "Corporate University of Russian Railways"Leonid Samarov, Project Manager, SUEK JSC
  • Leonid Samarov, Head of Projects, SUEK
Session

Changes to the organisation and conduct of medical examinations. Questions and answers

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Discussion on the organisation of mandatory preliminary and periodic medical examinations of employees working in harmful and/or hazardous working conditions to detect early signs of occupational and general diseases. Frequency and scope of mandatory preliminary and periodic medical examinations, taking into account the new legal requirements.
Moderator
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
Panellists
  • Svetlana Belkova, Head of Division, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • 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
  • Nataliya Ushakova, Chief Executive Officer, Social Technologies Group; Chairwoman, Social and Labour Relations Committee and Member of the Management Board, OPORA RUSSIA
Session

New template regulation on the occupational health and safety management system

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
The template regulation on the occupational health and safety management system has been developed to support employers in the implementation of state policy and the requirements of state regulations on occupational health and safety through the establishment and effective functioning of the occupational health and safety management system in companies.
At the session, the authors will discuss the changes to the new template OHSAS regulation and its practical application in companies, together with business representatives.
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Sergey Kolychev, Head of Occupational Health and Safety Services, KPMG Russia & CIS
  • Elena Kompasenko, Head, HSE Department, Zarubezhneft JSC
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Session

OHSAS and the organisation of operational surveillance. Methods of measuring production factors

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
At this event, experts from the professional community will discuss: the legislative basis for operational surveillance, changes in operational surveillance regulations. Review of documents on operational surveillance. Definition of the harmful and hazardous production factors to be measured during operational surveillance. Conducting the measurements.
The procedure for developing an operational surveillance programme. Requirements for an operational surveillance programme. Example of an operational surveillance programme for a construction organisation, for an office organisation, for the production of polymer materials.
Moderator
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • Konstantin Kirillov, Deputy Head of Department for special assessment of working conditions, EcoStandard Group
  • Yulia Kirsanova, Deputy Director for Scientific Work, Institute of Progressive Technologies
  • Mikhail Markov, Head of the Department for Assessment of Working Conditions
  • Darya Shabanova, Manager, NIPIGAZ
Session

Employee health in the context of a new coronavirus infection pandemic (COVID-19)

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
Protecting the health of the working population is a priority of State policy in the field of labour relations, occupational safety and health and the provision of safe working conditions by employers and the State and the prevention of occupational diseases, since the economic recovery of the State is largely determined by the health and working ability of the population. This issue has become particularly relevant in the context of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) pandemic for health-care workers, as it is among this category of workers that the incidence of COVID-19 is associated with professional duties and entails a high risk of morbidity and mortality.
The session will address key issues in maintaining the health of workers in the context of a new coronavirus infection pandemic (COVID-19).
Moderator
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
Panellists
  • Vadim Voronin, Chief Physician, Shakhtyor, SUEK-Kuzbass
  • Andrey Geregey, Head of the Laboratory of PPE and Industrial Exoskeletons of the Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Scientific Research Institute of MT", Candidate of Medical Sciences
  • Ekaterina Gutor, Director, Department of Medical Support for Train Safety, Central Directorate of Healthcare – a branch of Russian Railways
  • Maxim Kravchenko, Head of Directorate for first aid and project activity organization, MC Metalloinvest
  • Pavel Serebryakov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Management Company Slavda
  • Igor Shipilov, Deputy Head, Occupational Medicine Directorate, SUEK
  • 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

Social Insurance Fund meeting with regional offices

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Session

Assessing occupational health risks

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/o7v9a2?lang=en
This meeting will focus on methodological approaches to assessing occupational health risks. Attendees will also tackle a range of scientific and technical tasks.
Moderator
  • Pavel Shur, Scientific Secretary FNTs Medical Prophylactic Technologies for public health risk management
Panellists
  • Anna Egorova, Department Head, Institute for Complex Hygiene Problems, Erisman FNTsG, Rospotrebnadzor
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Alexander Kovshov, Scientific Associate, North-West Scientific Centre for Hygiene and Public Health, Rospotrebnadzor
  • Alexander Meltser, Prorector for development of regional healthcare and medical prophylactics, Head of Prophylactic Medicine and Healthcare Department, Mechnikov SZGMU, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
  • Vladimir Fedorov, Scientific Associate North-West Scientific Centre for Hygiene and Public Health, Rospotrebnadzor
  • Vladimir Fokin, Scientific Associate, FNTs Medical Prophylactic Technologies for public health risk management, Rospotrebnadzor
Master class

What to look for when drawing up health and safety instructions for an occupation or an activity

07.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
The workshop will provide practical advice on how to draft health and safety instructions for a number of professions, based on case studies from various companies.
Panellist
  • Anatoly Zernov, CEO, Centre for Safety and Health Research and Development

Закрытое совещание ГК «Ростех»

07.09.2021 16:15–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9

State expert assessment of working conditions, risk assessment, zero injury programmes

07.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
The executive authorities for labour of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation carry out a State expert assessment of working conditions within the scope of their mandate to implement State policy in the field of occupational safety and health. In June 2021, a draft Order of the Russian Ministry of Labour on the approval of the standard forms of documents required for a state expert assessment of working conditions was released for public discussion. Also as of March 2022, a significant number of regulations will come into force implying the introduction of occupational risk management procedures in enterprises. For the executive authorities for labour in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, whose functions also include informing and advising employers, employees, experts and training organisations, obtaining information on this issue is particularly relevant.

The session will cover issues related to conducting and documenting the results of the state expert assessment of working conditions with the involvement of laboratories and documentation on various grounds. It will also provide up-to-date information on the procedure of risk assessment and implementation of zero injury programmes in the enterprises of the Russian Federation.
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Representatives of labor authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation .,
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Conference

Closed meeting of the Federal Labour Inspectorate with the State Labour Inspectorates in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

07.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4

Closed meeting of SUEK JSC

07.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
Conference

Uniformity of approaches and requirements of supervisory bodies

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Issues of improving the efficiency of oversight activities will be addressed.
Moderator
  • Dmitry Frantsev, Head of Division of Federal Labour Supervision, Federal Service for Labour and Employment
Panellists
  • Yulia Demina, Head of the Epidemiological Surveillance Department, Rospotrebnadzor
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Denis Zobkov, Head of the Department for Organization of Preventive Work, Supervisory Activities in the Field of Fire Safety and Regulation of Fire Safety at NPPs, EMERCOM of Russia
  • Alexander Turkov, Head of Department of Federal Labour Supervision Methodology, Federal Service for Labor and Employment
  • Dmitry Frantsev, Head of Division of Federal Labour Supervision, Federal Service for Labour and Employment
Session

Educational processes and training programmes on occupational health and safety for employees at corporate universities

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Experts from corporate universities and training centres will speak about health and safety education during the pandemic.
Moderator
  • Lev Sokolov, Director of Development and Training Programmes, Detech Group
Panellists
  • Dmitry Zavrazhniy, Head, RusGidro corporate university
  • Ivan Maurakh, Leading business consultant, Business Relations
  • Stella Sologubova, Expert in labour safety, healthcare, road safety, NIPIGAZ
Session

Open mic

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
Moderator
  • Anastasia Manuylova, correspondent of the publishing house "Kommersant"
Panellists
  • Sergey Aleshchenko, Deputy Chairman of the Social Insurance Fund Of the Russian Federation
  • Aleksey Vovchenko, First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Vorotilkin, Deputy Director, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Mikhail Ivankov, Head, Federal Labour and Employment Service
Session

Occupational health and safety in construction

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
Statistics indicate that most injuries and fatalities occur during construction projects. Falls from height are the most common cause of death.
Only through the synergy of government policy, efforts by businesses and experts from the professional community will it be possible to reduce the number of fatalities and instill a culture of safe behaviour in the workforce.
The event will focus on Laws and Statutory Instruments, tools and methods to reduce injuries on construction sites.
Moderator
  • Pavel Kurochkin, HSE Project Manager, NIPIGAZ JSC
Panellists
  • Ravil Kamaev, Chief Specialist on Labour Safety in Construction Organizations, Department for Technical Regulation, National Builders’ Association
  • Maria Nasedkina, Member of Labour Safety Committee, NOSTROY National Builders’ Association
  • Sergey Khvoinskiy, Director, Department for Technical Regulation, National Builders’ Association
Session

New regulation on the specifics of investigating accidents in the workplace. Micro-injuries - implementation of accounting

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/t83acs?lang=en
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Fomina, Associate Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences; Deputy Head of the HSE Department, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Panellists
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Yury Marchenko, Lead Adviser, Department of Labour Conditions and Occupational Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Arseny Nazarov, Head of Department for Supervision and Control of Labour Protection, Rostrud (the Federal Service for Labour and Employment)
  • Maria Popova, Deputy Head, Labour Safety Department, EcoStandard group
  • Anastasia Fomina, Postgraduate, Occupational Safety and Environmental Protection Department, Gubkin RGU Oil and Gas and business analyst Vizitek
Session

Occupational health and safety in the steel industry

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
At the session, representatives from the steel industry will share best practices in occupational health and safety, including workforce management, digitalisation of processes, assessment and management of occupational risks of severe and fatal injuries.
Moderator
  • Pavel Zakharov, HSE Director, NLMK Group
Panellists
  • Sergey Zhunda, HSE Director, Service-Integrator
  • Sergey Kolychev, Head of Occupational Health and Safety Services, KPMG Russia & CIS
  • Artem Lim, Project Leader, NMLK
  • Alexander Pivikov, Production Safety Director, JSC Vyksa Steel Works, OMK Group
Session

Development in the field of occupational health and safety in the power industry

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/01dzps?lang=en
Panellists
  • Sergey Asoskov, Chief Engineering Officer – First Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Gazprom Energo
  • Evgeniy Bibin, Deputy Head of Directorate for State Energy Supervision Rostekhnadzor
  • Evgeny Edimichev, HSE Director, RusHydro
  • Olga Zuikova, Branch Director – Technical Supervision Centre, Rosseti
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Dmitry Shapovalov, Deputy Technical Director for Distribution Network, Network Company
Session

Organising the safe movement of industrial vehicles. Specific features and common failings

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
At the event, heads of departments will discuss the key issues of safe driving. They will share practices and tools for injury reduction, new developments and corporate projects being implemented in the workplace.
Moderator
  • Yuri Visnevsky, Commercial Director, SCOUT Group of Companies
Panellists
  • Sergey Moiseev, CEO, Aktiv-Bezopasnost Ltd.
  • Violetta Fairushina, Head of corporate systems and products section, Department for Management Systems and Digitalisation (logistics, processing and sales block), Gazprom Neft
Session

Organising work at heights. Specific features and common failings. Safety requirements for equipment, fall protection

08.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/tnkgf9?lang=en
At the event, experts from the professional community and company representatives will discuss key areas and tools to reduce injuries at heights.
Moderator
  • Alexander Lopakov, Chief Executive Officer, UKSR
Panellists
  • Roman Geraskin, head of safety audit at height, Safe-Tec
  • Valeriy Sulim, Technical Specialist, Department for Safety and Protection Against Falling from Heights, 3M Russia
  • Alexey Englas, Head of Working at Height, Energocontract
Conference

Development of legislation in the field of industrial safety. New approaches to the shaping of the legal and regulatory framework

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/m8171b?lang=en
Updates to the regulatory framework for industrial safety.
Moderator
  • Alexander Dyomin, State Secretary – Deputy Chairman, Rostechnadzor
Panellists
  • Roman Chavdarov, Executive Secretary of the Working Group on Industrial Safety as part of the sub-committee on the improvement of supervisory and licencing functions of federal executive bodies of the Government Commission for Administrative Reform
  • Dmitry Yakovlev, Head of Legal Department, Rostechnadzor
Conference

PJSC Gazprom's special session with state authorities on occupational safety

08.09.2021 12:15–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Moderator
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • Tatiana Bobrovitskaya, General Manager for Health and Safety at Shell Exploration and Production Services (RF) BV
  • Oksana Golovchenko, Vice President of Human Resources Wintershall Dea Russia GmbH
  • Egor Ivanov, Head of Directorate for socio-financial control and provision for the activities of territorial bodies of Rostrud, Deputy Head of Project Office
  • Sergey Menshikov, Member of the Management Board, Head of Department, PJSC "Gazprom"
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Elena Nikitina, Head of the Department for Organization of Professional Risks, FSS of Russia
  • Dmitry Ponomarenko, Deputy Head of Department - Head of Directorate, Gazprom PJSC
Session

Use of interactive courses, coaching, gamification tools, simulators, AR and VR technology in training of health and safety officers

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
In health and safety training, as in any other training, distance learning products using virtual simulators have become popular, where the trainee can remotely identify the type of hazard and respond to an injury or fatality. This helps, on the one hand, to identify and prevent traumatic risks and, on the other hand, to simulate a solution to an emergency situation.
Moderator
  • Alena Lysak, Director of Complementary Vocational Education Department, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • Alena Kargopolova, Director for HR Development, SUEK-Kuzbass
  • Elena Kozinets, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Safety Games 360
  • Lyubov Makarova, Director, Occupational Safety and Production Control Department, Grid Company
  • Ivan Maurakh, Leading business consultant, Business Relations
  • Elena Sakharova, Development Partner, ARPORT
Session

Forming a rating of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation for compliance with labour legislation and best practices of the constituent entities' labour authorities

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
In compliance with Clause 31 of the Action Plan for the Implementation of the Concept for Improving the Effectiveness of Enforcement of Labour Legislation and Other Regulatory Legal Acts Containing Norms of Labour Law for 2015-2020.
The session participants will review the results of the formation of a rating of labour authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation for the year 2020. The indicators that have a major impact on the labour authority's place in the labour law compliance rating will be considered. There will also be a discussion of the indicators that enable regional practices to be classified as 'best available' practices.
Moderator
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Kirill Abalakov, Head of the Labor Protection and Social Partnership Department of the Labor and Employment Committee of the Leningrad Region
  • Nailya Iskhakova, Minister of Labor and Employment of the Orenburg Region
  • Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Head of the Department of Economic Analysis and Monitoring of Working Conditions and Labor Protection, Federal State Budgetary Institution "VNII Labor" of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Yury Marchenko, Lead Adviser, Department of Labour Conditions and Occupational Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Leonid Mikhalevsky, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Republic of Crimea
  • Viktor Novikov, Head of the Labor and Employment Agency of the Krasnodar Territory
  • Galina Pchelinova, Head of the Department of Labor Relations, Safety and Working Conditions of the Employment Department of the Amur Region
  • Andrey Filippov, Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Tula Region
Session

Current approaches to the prevention of occupational diseases. The view of the State, employers, insurers and physicians

08.09.2021 12:15–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/wzu04r?lang=en
The prevention of occupational diseases is now a particularly important topic, as it is primarily concerned with protecting and promoting the health of the worker and therefore the potential of the workforce. Protecting an employee's health and professional ability to work is the main objective of insurance coverage for workers against occupational health risks.
Moderator
  • Sergey Aleshchenko, Deputy Chairman of the Social Insurance Fund Of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Elena Adeninskaya, Head, Civil Aviation Occupational Pathology and Occupational Health Research Centre, Civil Aviation Central Clinical Hospital
  • Svetlana Antoshkina, Director for Social Development and Medical Support, Sibir Airlines JSC
  • Jennifer Wolf, Executive Director, International Association of Councils and Commissions for Payments to Victims at Work (IAIABC)
  • Ekaterina Gutor, Director, Department of Medical Support for Train Safety, Central Directorate of Healthcare – a branch of Russian Railways
  • Elena Zyuzko, Chief Physician of the FBU Rehabilitation Center of the FSS of the Russian Federation "Omsk"
  • Gregor Kemper, Head of the International Relations Department of the German Compulsory Accident Insurance Society (DGUV)
  • Maxim Lednev, Head of the Labor Protection Service of PJSC AEROFLOT
  • Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed, General Director, Social Insurance Organization of the Ministry of Labor Resources of Malaysia (PERKESO)
  • Olga Pazyna, Vice President of the Union for Occupational Safety and Mental Health
  • Andrei Pudov, State Secretary, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Valery Savelyev, General Director of RUSAL Medical Center LLC
  • Nadezhda Simonova, Epidemiologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Central Civil Aviation Clinical Hospital
  • Igor Shipilov, Deputy Head, Occupational Medicine Directorate, SUEK
Session

Scientific, methodological, information and analytical support for medical and social expert assessment and comprehensive rehabilitation of persons affected by industrial accidents and occupational diseases, and best practices from the reintegration

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
Scientific, methodological, information and analytical support for medical and social expert assessment and comprehensive rehabilitation of persons affected by industrial accidents and occupational diseases, and best practices from the reintegration
Moderator
  • Mikhail Dymochka, Senior Executive of the Federal Bureau of Medical and Social Expertise, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Panellists
  • Sergey Burylin, Director of Projects, Software Product Group
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
  • Elena Lesina, Head of the Centre for Documentary Support, Occupational Pathologist
  • Ekaterina Mukhametgaleeva, Head and Chief Expert for Medical and Social Expertise, Main Bureau of Medical and Social Expertise in the Udmurt Republic, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Lyudmila Naumenko, Head of the Scientific and Methodological Center, Doctor of Medical Sciences, FSBI FB MSE of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Oxana Strukova, Senior Executive of the Federal Bureau of Medical and Social Expertise, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Session

Best practices in occupational health and safety in the electric-power industry

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/y9frph?lang=en
The session will present best practices in digitalisation of occupational health and safety, a risk-based approach and tools to reduce injuries by motivating and instilling a safety culture in workers in the electric-power industry.
Moderator
  • Evgeny Edimichev, HSE Director, RusHydro
Panellists
  • Ivan Galunov, Head of New Projects, Energocontract
  • Evgeny Edimichev, HSE Director, RusHydro
  • Alexander Ekimov, Director for OHS, T-Plus
  • Alexey Polshikov, Head of Production Safety Department, Unipro PJSC
Session

State-of-the-art approaches to occupational safety training

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
This event will focus on improving and practically implementing risk assessment procedures at companies.
Moderator
  • Anatoly Zernov, CEO, Centre for Safety and Health Research and Development
Panellists
  • Ilya Bodrov, Head of the Experimental Industrial Regulations, PROMMASH TEST Metalloinvest representative
  • Nadezhda Dzhumagulova, Scientific Secretary of the RSE at the Republican Research Institute for Labor Protection of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Master of Social Sciences
  • Tatyana Zamorova, CEO, DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Russia & CIS
  • Sergey Kolychev, Head of Occupational Health and Safety Services, KPMG Russia & CIS
  • Aleksandr Krasilnikov, Founder, HYPERPC
  • Andrey Khokhlov, Leading Engineer, Security and Safety Department, 3M Russia JSC
  • Andrey Cherepov, Deputy Chief Executive Officer for industrial safety, labour safety and the environment, MC METALLOINVEST
Session

Labor protection of employees of warehouses and trading companies

08.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
At the round table, topical issues of occupational health and safety in retail (trade) companies and in companies that provide services such as OHSMS, medical examinations, automation, training will be discussed.
Moderator
  • Anna Rumyantseva, Occupational Safety Director, Leroy Merlin Vostok
Panellists
  • Nadezhda Belousova, Labour Safety Manager, Metro Group Logistics
  • Vasily Bublik, Leading Occupational Safety Specialist, Globus Hypermarket Chain
  • Alla Khudarova, operational manager for quality and labor protection
  • Anastasia Shusharina, Deputy Director for production safety – North Division, Gazpromneft-Snabshenie
  • Vasily Yaremenko, CEO, Centre for the Study and Assessment of Legal and Economic Problems of the Occupational Health and Safety System
Conference

Changes in supervisory activities for compliance with labour legislation. The practice of administrative liability for violations of labour protection requirements. Pre-trial appeals against decisions of supervisory bodies

08.09.2021 14:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Plenary conference hall
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/2luuwk?lang=en
The session will focus on the implementation and efficacy of federal oversight of compliance with labour legislation and other regulatory legal acts containing labour law regulations, and on improving the efficacy of monitoring and oversight activities.
Moderator
  • Dmitry Frantsev, Head of Division of Federal Labour Supervision, Federal Service for Labour and Employment
Panellists
  • Galia Demaeva, Deputy Head of the Department for the Protection and Restoration of Labour Rights
  • Arseny Nazarov, Head of Department for Supervision and Control of Labour Protection, Rostrud (the Federal Service for Labour and Employment)
  • Alexander Turkov, Head of Department of Federal Labour Supervision Methodology, Federal Service for Labor and Employment
  • Dmitry Frantsev, Head of Division of Federal Labour Supervision, Federal Service for Labour and Employment
  • Ivan Yatskikh, Head of the State Labor Inspection in the Voronezh Region
Master class

Creating a gamification on occupational health and safety. Tools and tips

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
The workshop will discuss the following issues of relevance in gamification in occupational health and safety, creating a game-based approach.
Panellist
  • Elena Kozinets, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Safety Games 360
Conference

Changes in health legislation in 2020-2021, implementation of a health risk assessment mechanism for workers

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 2
The outcome of the implementation of the supervisory guillotine mechanisms and the adoption of new regulations implies a change in employer requirements, a review of approaches to managing health risks to the working population and changes in the organisation of supervisory activities. What can employers and employees expect as a result of changes in the law?
Moderator
  • Anna Fedoruk, CSc (Med.), Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Ekaterinburg Medical Scientific Centre for Preventive Healthcare and Protection of Industrial Workers, Rospotrebnadzor
Panellists
  • Alfia Volgareva, CSc (Med.), Senior Scientific Associate, Occupational Medicine Department, Ufa NII for Occupational Medicine and Human Ecology
  • Anna Egorova, Department Head, Institute for Complex Hygiene Problems, Erisman FNTsG, Rospotrebnadzor
  • Evgeniy Zibarev, Deputy Director for Scientific Work, Izmerov NII of Occupational Medicine
  • Lilia Karimova, DSc (Med.), Chief Scientific Associate, Occupational Medicine Department, Ufa NII for Occupational Medicine and Human Ecology
  • Natalya Kurbanova, Department for Organization of Occupational Medicine, EMNTs POZRPP
  • Anna Fedoruk, CSc (Med.), Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Ekaterinburg Medical Scientific Centre for Preventive Healthcare and Protection of Industrial Workers, Rospotrebnadzor
Master class

How to draw up a list of high-risk operations correctly

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
The workshop will provide practical advice on how to compile a hazardous works list based on company practices and the new regulations adopted in 2021.
Panellist
  • Anastasia Triska, Head of Outsourcing Department, Institute of Progressive Techologies
Session

Organising work in Confined and Closed Spaces. Specific features and common failings

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
At the event, experts from the professional community and company representatives will discuss key areas and tools for reducing injuries in confined and closed spaces.
Moderator
  • Vasily Yaremenko, CEO, Centre for the Study and Assessment of Legal and Economic Problems of the Occupational Health and Safety System
Panellists
  • Artem Bezgans, Deputy General Director of LLC "Methodological, Center for the Development and Implementation of PPE and SAS"
  • Alexey Savin, Brand Manager for Stationary Safety Systems for Working at Height, Safe-Tec
  • Valeriy Sulim, Technical Specialist, Department for Safety and Protection Against Falling from Heights, 3M Russia
Conference

Meeting of the Russian Ministry of Labour with the heads of labour authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Session

Training and competence development for occupational medicine professionals: Current aspects and prospects

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Analysis of inconsistencies in contemporary Russian professional education shows a noticeable gap between the requirements of employers and the competencies of future specialists that they acquire in the process of training: more than 60% of university graduates cannot find jobs in their field; more than 50% do not use specific professional competencies in their work. The development and organisation of competence centres in occupational medicine, based on leading vocational education institutions as well as advanced industrial companies and enterprises, designed to provide training for highly qualified professionals with a wide range of professional competences and developed innovation skills, is now necessary.
The main issues related to the training of occupational medicine and occupational pathology specialists will be addressed, issues of required knowledge, skills, work activities, competence training based on the integration of vocational education with science, business and industry.
Moderator
  • Igor Buhtiyarov, Distinguished Scientist of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAS; Director, N.F. Izmerov Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine; Head of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Aviation, Space and Diving Medicine, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Chief supernumerary specialist in occupational pathology, Russian Ministry of Health
Panellists
  • Natalya Malyutina, DSc (Med.), merited physician of the Russian Federation, Professor; Head of Department, Therapy Faculty No. 2 for occupational pathtology and climincal laboratory diagnosis, Vagner Perm State Medical University, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
  • Valentina Khusainova, Deputy Head, Occupational Safety, Environment, Labour Safety and Occiupational Medicine Service, SUEK-Krasnoyarsk
  • Evgeniy Shigan, CSc (Med.); Deputy Director for organizational work and international co-operation, Izmerov NII of Occupational Medicine
Session

Occupational health and safety in transport

08.09.2021 14:30–16:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
The session will examine best practices and cases for minimising the risks of occupational diseases, injuries and accidents that workers can suffer while working in the railway, road transport and aviation industries.
Moderator
  • Yuri Visnevsky, Commercial Director, SCOUT Group of Companies
Panellists
  • Ekaterina Zhelnina, Director for Labour Safety, XPO Logistics
  • Sergey Zhunda, HSE Director, Service-Integrator
  • Andrey Lisitsyn, Head of the HSE Department, Russian Railways
  • Sergey Moiseev, CEO, Aktiv-Bezopasnost Ltd.
Conference

Closed meeting of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) following the All-Russian Occupational Health and Safety Week

08.09.2021 16:00–18:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 7
Master class

How to mitigate the risks of unsafe behaviour

08.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 1
Many companies place great emphasis on building a safety culture or 'safety climate'. There are methodologies in place to assess the level of safety culture. By conducting such surveys on a regular basis, bottlenecks can be identified and appropriate measures can be taken.

The techniques to be covered in the workshop aim to provide a prediction of the propensity of workers to engage in misconduct and unsafe behaviour, as well as identifying the causes of such behaviour and recommending an approach to managing such workers. In our projects, we established a fairly stable relationship and a high correlation between the prediction of behaviour and the number of violations.
Panellist
  • Lev Sokolov, Director of Development and Training Programmes, Detech Group
Conference

Closed meeting of PJSC RusHydro following the results of the Russian Labour Safety Week-2021

08.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 3
Session

The "Safety II" concept and other innovative approaches from theory to practice in Russian realities

08.09.2021 16:30–18:00
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
The "Safety II" concept is based on the understanding that, more often than not, things function safely not because people behave as they should, but because people adapt their actions to their surroundings. In fact, the essence of "safety" is shifting from "ensuring as little disruption as possible" to "ensuring the maximum number of aspects function properly".
Moderator
  • Tatiana Zinovieva, Leading Consultant of HSE Consulting Practice Industry Consulting ECOPSY
Panellists
  • Anatoly Komarov, HSE Consulting Director, Industry Consulting Ecopsy
  • Vera Konshina, Director, Occupational Safety Service, Yandex.Market
  • Ekaterina Rogova, Head of division for raising safety culture and introducing OHS risk management tools, MC METALLOINVEST
  • Olga Semak, Head of the Safety Management System Improvement Unit, Industrial Safety Department, logistics processing and sales block, GAZPROM NEFT PJSC
  • Elena Yaroslavtseva, Executive Director of the Thermika Group
Session

Summing up the results of the "Success and Safety" and "We Protect Professionals" competitions

08.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/ksl0xe?lang=en
There are now many different venues and resources on occupational safety and health, discussing changes in legislation, monitoring and organising occupational safety activities, providing training and much more. But despite this, there is still a demand to share experiences and best practices. The idea of such professional competitions is supported by the expert community and the Russian Ministry of Labour, as the competition is a platform for sharing best practices and experience in occupational safety and health, and over the 4 years of the competition "We Protect Professionals" has already received over 500 projects, which can be replicated at Russian enterprises.
Moderator
  • Andrey Moskvichev, CEO, SMARTA Ltd
Panellists
  • Sofia Gromova, Technical Director of Security and Graphics Department, 3M Russia
  • Denis Zibarev, Director, Occupational Safety Policy Division, Department of Labour Conditions and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Session

Noise protection equipment

08.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 9
Excessive noise levels are one of the most common workplace hazards. Exposure of workers to it can lead to serious disorders in the human body. Various measures have been developed to protect workers from the harmful effects of noise: barriers, replacement of noisy machinery parts and so on. Personal protective equipment is the last element in the hierarchy of protective measures. The effectiveness of the worker's protection, his life and health, and the effectiveness of the provision of PPE to workers depend on their correct selection and correct use. The development of quality guidelines for the selection and use of personal hearing protection equipment is now highly relevant in light of the development of the risk-based approach and the zero injury concept.
Moderator
  • Anatoly Zernov, CEO, Centre for Safety and Health Research and Development
Panellists
  • Elena Adeninskaya, Head, Civil Aviation Occupational Pathology and Occupational Health Research Centre, Civil Aviation Central Clinical Hospital
  • Tatyana Zvereva, occupational pathologist
  • Nadezhda Simonova, Epidemiologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Central Civil Aviation Clinical Hospital
  • Andrey Khokhlov, Leading Engineer, Security and Safety Department, 3M Russia JSC
Conference

Closed meeting of Metallinvest Ltd.

08.09.2021 16:30–17:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 10
Session

Youth and occupational health and safety: creative and inventive solutions. Unconventional thinking - a necessity for today's digital society

09.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/rts0hu?lang=en
Attracting young people to industry, energy, manufacturing and agriculture is the most important task facing the State and business. There is an enormous effort to train engineers and young professionals in Russia, but health and safety education in many enterprises is not up to date in terms of the perception of young professionals.
Mortality and accident statistics clearly show that young people working in manufacturing, metallurgy, mines and extractive industries are at risk. The prestige of working and engineering professions is on the decline, work safety remains at risk, and many people prefer office or service jobs to industrial jobs.
New technologies in occupational health and safety are an important segment of modern industrial policy, from shaping the right presentation content, describing complex things in simple formats (gamification, virtual reality) to the inventive solutions of young engineers.
Moderator
  • Olga Tarasova, Chairperson, Youth Council, All-Russian Society of Inventors and Rationalizers
Panellists
  • Alexander Blablin, Inventor, Smart Helmet project leader, Commercial Director, DIVO (Moscow State University postgraduate)
  • Yulia Glukhoedova, Gamification specialist, Gamification of the principles of safety rules on the example of a TETs project leader
  • Vitaliy Ilin, Vice-Chairman, Union of Young Engineers of Russia
  • Mikhail Leontiev, IT solution development expert, Raising Labour Safety Efficiency using AI project leader
  • Georgy Molebnov, Director, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
  • Andrey Platonov, Deputy Director, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
  • Nikolay Rassokhin, Chairman, Labour and Occupational Safety Committee, Working Youth of the South, Chief Engineer, KrasnodarYugStroy
Orientation session

Presentation of the Case Battle Business Programme "Modern Trends in Occupational Health and Safety"

09.09.2021 10:00–10:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Conference

Closed conference RZD

09.09.2021 10:00–11:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 5
Case battle

Modern trends in occupational health and safety (working in teams), Stream 2 - young professionals

09.09.2021 10:30–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/ja3tym?lang=en
Case battle

Current trends in occupational health and safety (working in teams), Stream 1 - students

09.09.2021 11:30–12:30
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Session

Mentoring as a tool for the prevention of workplace injuries among the young people

09.09.2021 12:15–13:45
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 6
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/p7kftg?lang=en
At the moment there is no unified approach to the mentoring system in the country, with the term itself being quite common in the corporate training culture.
The role of trade unions in creating a comfortable environment for young workers and mentors. Incentive mechanisms for employers to develop a mentoring system in companies.

Questions for discussion:

• How to motivate experienced workers to become mentors to younger workers?
• The role of trade unions in creating a comfortable environment for young workers and mentors
• Incentive mechanisms for employers to develop a mentoring system in enterprises
Moderators
  • Irina Katkova, leading expert of the educational direction of the Fund for support of vocational guidance of schoolchildren "Green Brush"
  • Pavel Kurochkin, HSE Project Manager, NIPIGAZ JSC
  • Viktor Smolskiy, Project Head, IKEA
Case battle selection stage

Current trends in labour safety (teamwork), stream 1 – students

09.09.2021 12:45–13:15
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Case battle selection stage

Current trends in occupational health and safety, Stream 2 - young professionals

09.09.2021 12:45–13:15
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/uvq7gu?lang=en
Case battle final stage

Current trends in labour safety (teamwork), stream 1 – students

09.09.2021 14:00–15:10
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Atom hall
Case battle final stage

Current trends in occupational health and safety, Stream 2 - young professionals

09.09.2021 14:00–15:10
Sirius Science and Arts Park, Conference hall 4
Broadcast
https://facecast.net/v/i1rsf1?lang=en
Aleksey Vovchenko
First Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Coordinates the activities aiming at forming state policy as well as norm and legislature regulation in demographics and gender equality, social protection and protection of family, women, children, elderly, veterans, foster care, citizen with partial and full disabilities and social services; in employment and healthcare, labor migration, alternative state service.
Norn April 19, 1975 in Chagan, Semipalatinsk Oblast.
In 1997 graduated Smolensk Pedagogical Institute named after Marx with a degree in Modern Languages. In 2001 gradated Moscow State University of Foreign Relations with a degree in Law.
June 24 2015 appointed by the decree of the government of Russia as the First Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Services of the Russian Federation.
Married. Has two children
1 Class Active State Councilor of the Russian Federation.
Tatyana Terentyeva
Deputy Director General, Rosatom Corporation
Has 18 years of experience in human resources management. During the last five years she has been leading the annual TOP 1000 Russian Managers rating in energy by Managers Association and Kommersant publishing house. In 2016, she won the eponymous national award, taking the first place among all country’s HR managers. In 2018, she took the grand prix in the HR Manager of the Year nomination of the Crystal Pyramid 2018 award for achievements in human resources management established by the organizing committee of the Summit of HR managers Russia, CIS and Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
In the state corporation she oversees development and implementation of HR management strategy in the industry. As a result of her work, Rosatom has been repeatedly recognized as the best employer for graduates in engineering and technical specializations in Universum international rating. Rosatom leads the rating of best Russian employers according to HeadHunter, the country’s largest recruiting portal. Rosatom is the only partially state-owned company that was called the best employer according to a research by AON Hewitt international consulting company.
Evelina Zakamskaya
Editor-in-Chief, Doctor Channel; Anchor, Russia 24
Evelina Zakamskaya was born on November 17, 1977, in Baku, and graduated from the Faculty of Philology at Tver State University. She is a presenter for Radio Mayak and for Mir, a television and radio company. Since 2006, she has been an anchor for television channel Russia 24. She writes and presents Mnenie (Opinion), a talk show covering social and political issues, and Idei, menyayushchie mir (World-Changing Ideas), a series of popular science programmes. Evelina Zakamskaya moderates Russia 24 sessions at major international forums. Since 2017 - Editor-in-Chief, Doctor Channel. She is married with two daughters.
Ekaterina Pogodina
Director General, Managing Director of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, Johnson & Johnson Russia & CIS
Katerina began her career with Janssen in 2001, holding a number of positions in the Sales, Marketing and Market Access teams. She has been a member of the Russian board of directors since 2010 and was appointed Country Manager Russia in 2015, and then she was promoted to the position of Managing Director Russia & CIS in 2017. In April 2019 Katerina was appointed CEO of Johnson & Johnson Russia & CIS.
Throughout her 17-year career with Janssen, Katerina has consistently demonstrated high standards of quality and strong results. She led the launch of a whole range of new products and work across a number of therapeutic areas, as well as establishing several new business units. In her role as Commercial Operations Director, Russia, Katerina successfully led commercial teams in close collaboration with other departments, which yielded great business results and drove the company’s overall success.
Katerina graduated with distinction from the International University in Moscow, where she studied law. She also completed specialist education for senior executives at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Moscow School of Management Skolkovo.
Since 2015 Katerina has been a member of the board of directors of the Association of International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (AIPM). Forbes magazine contributor, speaker of the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum.
Oleg Salagay
Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation
Oleg Salagay, Candidate of Medical Sciences, Director of the Department of Public Health and Communications of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, Press Secretary of the Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation Veronika Skvortsova.
Born on 3 October 1983 in Irkutsk (Irkutsk Oblast).
In 2005, graduated with honours from Irkutsk State Medical University.
In 2006, graduated with honours from the Academy of Labour and Social Relations, Department of Law.
In 2010, graduated with honours from the Diplomatic Academy of Russian Foreign Ministry.
In 2011, received a Master’s Degree in European Law from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Oleg Salagay is a member of many working groups under the auspices of the World Health Organization, BRICS, and bilateral cooperation. He is Chairman of the Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Elena Aksenova
Director, Research Institute for Healthcare Organization and Medical Management of Moscow Healthcare Department
Elena Aksenova has been working at the Research Institute since December 2018.
Educated at Moscow State Pedagogical University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
She worked as Vice-Rector for Development and Innovation at the I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Russian Ministry of Health. She was Deputy Head of the Department of Innovative Development of Medical Science of RAMS, Head of the Expert Analytical Department of the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, Deputy Chief Scientific Secretary of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Before assuming the position of Director of the Research Institute for Innovative Development of Medical Science of the DSMH, she was the Head of the Center for Strategic Planning of Science Development, Expertise and Scientific Advice of the RAS.
Oksana Drapkina
Director, National Medical Research Center for Preventive Medicine of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, corresponding member of RAS
Oksana M. graduated from the MMA named after I. M. Sechenov in 1992. From 1992 to 1997 she worked in the intensive care unit of the clinic of internal diseases of MMA named after I. M. Sechenov. From 1997 to 2015 she worked at the Department of internal medicine propaedeutics First Moscow State Medical University named after I. M. Sechenov, where she was promoted from Department assistant to Professor. In 2013, she was Awarded the Russian government prize in the field of education. In 2017 she was appointed to the position of Director of "NMRC PM" of the Ministry of health of Russia.
Professor Drapkina combines ongoing clinical work with research activities.
Awards: diploma of the Ministry of health of Russia, Laureate of the Russian Government prize in education, badge " excellence in health care».
There were defended 16 PhD theses and 1 dissertation for the degree of doctor of medical Sciences under the scientific guidance of O. M. Drapkina, more than 600 scientific article were published in domestic and foreign journals, 7 monographs, 10 textbooks
Alexey Bobrovsky
Head of the Economic Programme, Russia 24 TV Channel
Alexey Bobrovsky was born on 15 August 1981. In 2002, he graduated from the Journalism Department of the Modern University for the Humanities in Moscow. He has worked as reporter and host on the TV-Centre Channel, Channel 1, Radio Station Business-FM. Since 2009, he has authored and presented the Kurs Dnya [Daily Rate of Exchange] on the Russia-24 TV Channel, Head of the Channel’s Service of Economic News. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Internet site Vestifinance.ru. Since 2016, he has been General Producer of Vestfinance Forum – a new interactive platform, featuring Andrey Klepach, Boris Titov, Alexander Novak, Ksenia Yudaeva and other authoritative economic experts.
Tatyana Golikova
Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Born on February 9, 1966 in Mytishchi (Moscow Region).
1987 – graduated from the Moscow Institute of Commerce (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics).
1987-1990 – Junior Research Associate of the Payroll Division of the Scientific-Research Institute of the State Committee for Labour of the USSR.
1990 – 1992 – Economist, Principal Economist of the General Division of the Scientific-Research Institute of the State Committee for Labour of the RSFSR.
1992 – 1995 – Principal Economist, Chief Economist, Head of the Division for Budgetary Policy and Analysis of the Budget Department of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
1995 -1996 – Deputy Head of the Budget Department – Head of the General Division of Consolidated Budget of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
1996-1998 – Deputy Head of the Budget Department of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
April 1998-August 1998 – Head of the Budget Department, member of the board of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
August 1998 -June 1999 – Head of the Budgetary Policy Department, member of the board of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
June 1999 –June 2002 – Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation.
August 2002-April 2004 – First Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation.
April 2004-September 2007 – Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation.
In 2005 she became a Ph.D. defensing a thesis: "Regulation of intergovernmental relations in the Russian Federation", in 2008 she became a Doctor of Economics on the same topic.
On September 24, 2007 she was appointed to the position of the Health and Social Development Minister of the Russian Federation.
Since May 21, 2012 – Aide to the President of the Russian Federation.
On September, 9, 2013 President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin submitted to the State Duma for consideration the candidature of T.A. Golikova as the Chairwoman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation.
Member of the Council for Countering Corruption.
On September 20, 2013 she was appointed to post of the Chairwoman of the Accounts Chamber.
On May 18, 2018 was appointed as Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
Honoured Economist of Russia.
Knight of the Order Honour and the Order of Friendship. She was awarded the Order for Merit to the Fatherland of I and II class, the Orders for Merit to the Fatherland of III and IV class.
Nikolay Gorban
CEO, CPC-R JSC
Born in Lukhovitsy, Moscow Region on June 23, 1970.

In 1997, he graduated from the Donbass State Academy of Construction and Architecture majoring in Industrial and Civil Engineering. In 2001, he graduated from the Tyumen Oil & Gas University majoring in Design, Construction and Operation of Gas/Oil Pipelines and Gas/Oil Storage Facilities.

Starting his working career as a foreman in a construction division, he has risen to a chief executive officer in the oil product and oil transport industry.

April 2012 - June 2016 – First Vice President, President of Transnefteproduct.

Since 25 June 2016 – General Director of Caspian Pipeline Consortium.

Awarded the Order of Dostyk (Friendship) Grade 2 Kazakhstan state decoration, a 120 Years of Kazakhstani Crude Oil anniversary medal, a Medal of the Order for Merit for the Astrakhan Region, a Letter of Award by the Russian Federation Energy Ministry, a Letter of Award by the Astrakhan Region Governor, a Letter of Appreciation by the Head of the Republic of Kalmykia, a Letter of Award by the Krasnodar Krai Fuel & Energy Industry Department, Letters of Award by Transneft and Chernomortransneft, he holds the honorary title of Honorary Oilman, the titles of Honorary Citizen of Kalmykia and Labor Veteran.
Elena Zhidkova
Head, Central Healthcare Directorate, Russian Railways
In 2009 Elena Zhidkova graduated from the I.M.Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy. In 2011 Ms.Zhidkova completed a residency training at the Department of Healthcare Management on the Faculty of Economics and Healthcare Management of the I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. In 2011 Elena Zhidkova graduated from the Marketing Faculty of the Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Information Technology.
In 2011-2015 Ms.Zhidkova was on postgraduate study at the Department of Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management of the I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. Elena Zhidkova is an author of numerous articles and publications.
Since 2011 – Deputy Head of Division of Medical Services at the Morozov City Clinical Hospital for Children, since 2013 – head of consultative and diagnostics centre, in 2014 – became head of the ambulatory and polyclinic center of this organization. In 2016, Ms.Zhidkova was appointed Head of the Healthcare Department of JSC Russian Railways. Since May 2016, she is the Head of Central Healthcare Directorate – a branch of JSC Russian Railways. Since January 2017 – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Stock Company RZD Health.
Veniamin Kondratiev
Head of Administration (Governor) of Krasnodar Territory
Veniamin Kondratiev was born September 1, 1970 in Prokopyevsk, Kemerovo Region. 1993: graduated from Kuban State University as a philologist and teacher of the Russian language. 1995: graduated from the same University as a lawyer. 1991–1994 – consultant, head of legal at Plutos JSC, Krasnodar. 1994–1995: senior lawyer in Legal Department of the administration of the Krasnodar Territory. 1995–2001: senior legal adviser and a leading specialist of the Legal Department of the administration of the Krasnodar Territory.2001–2003: deputy chief of staff and head of the legal administration of the Krasnodar Territory. 2003–2007: appointed Deputy Governor of the Krasnodar Territory for property, land and legal relations – head of Department of property relations. 2014 to January 2015: Deputy head of the main Department for Federal Property Management of the Presidential Administration. January 2015: Head of the main Department for Federal Property Management of the Administrative Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation. March 2015 – Deputy Head of Administrative Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation.
Anton Kotyakov
Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Born 15 August 1980 in Kuibyshev (now Samara).

2002: Graduated from the Samara State Academy of Economics with a degree in Economics.

2011: Graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration with a Master’s degree in Administrative and Financial Law.

2001–2005: Held several posts in the Finance Department of the Samara Region Government.

2005–2007: Department head at the Samara Region Ministry of Finance.

2007–2012: Head of the Department of Regional Budget Execution and Reporting at the Samara Region Ministry of Finance.

2012–2014: Head of the Operations Improvement Directorate at the Federal Treasury.

2014–2017: Finance Minister and Minister of Economy and Finance of the Moscow Region.

2017–2020: Deputy Finance Minister of the Russian Federation.

21 January 2020: Appointed Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation by Presidential Executive Order.

Has a PhD in Economics.

Married, with two children.
Alexey Likhachev
Director General, State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
Alexey Likhachev is Director General of ROSATOM. He assumed office in October 2016. Mr. Likhachev has since been responsible for overseeing the entire spectrum of the state corporation’s activities.
Before joining ROSATOM, Mr. Likhachev worked in the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, where he held a wide variety of leadership positions. He joined the ministry in 2007. He worked as an advisor to the Minister of Economic Development until 2008, in 2010 he was appointed Deputy Minister, and in February 2015 he was promoted to the position of First Deputy Minister of Economic Development.
Throughout his career, Mr. Likhachev held senior positions in other governmental bodies and public organizations as well. He was a member of the State Duma (the lower house of Russia’s parliamentary body), serving as Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism (2000-2007). Previously, he worked as managing director of Social Industrial Insurance Company ‘Aval’ in Nizhniy Novgorod (1992-2000).
Mr. Likhachev graduated from Gorky State University and started his career as an engineer in the Gorky Research Institute of Instrumentation (1985-1987). In 1998 he graduated from the Economic Faculty of Nizhniy Novgorod State University with a Ph.D. in economics.
Alexander Shokhin
President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
Alexander N. Shokhin was born 25 December, 1951.
Graduated from the Moscow State University in 1974.
Doctor of Economics, Professor.
Twice, in 1991-1994 and in 1998, Mr. Shokhin held the post of Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
In 1991-1994 he also held positions of Minister of Labor, Minister of Economics, Chairman of the Russian Agency for International Cooperation and Development.
From 1994 to 2002 – Deputy of the State Duma, with the posts of First Vice Chairman of the State Duma, leader of the Duma party bloc 'Our Home is Russia', Head of the Duma Committee on Credit Institutions and Capital Markets.
Since 1995 - President of the National Research University – Higher School of Economics.
From 2002 to 2006 – Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Investment Group "Renaissance Capital".
From 2005 to 2009 – member of the RF Public Chamber.
Since 2005 – President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. Mr. Shokhin is a member of several deliberative bodies under the Russian President and Government. He is also an independent director on the Boards of several companies, including ALROSA, Russian Railways, TMK and others.
Georgy Kostyuk
Chief Physician, Psychiatric Hospital no. 1 Named after N.A. Alexeev, Chief Freelance Specialist Psychiatrist, Moscow Healthcare Department
EDUCATION:
1988 - graduated from Zhytomyr Medical College, qualification - paramedic.
1988 - 1994 - Attendance at the Department of Medical Training for the Navy, Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov. In 1988 - 1994 - listened at the Department of training doctors in the Naval Military Medical Academy named after S.M.Kirov with the qualification of doctor.

WORK EXPERIENCE:
1994 - 1996 - Specialist in the psychophysiological laboratory of the Navy training center (Obninsk, Kaluga Oblast), garrison psychiatrist. In 1999, he completed a clinical residency at the Department of Psychiatry, Military Medical Academy, and defended his master's thesis on "Long-term follow-up of schizophrenic patients discharged from the Armed Forces (from the standpoint of multi-axial diagnosis)" (specialty "psychiatry").
1999 - 2005. - Head of the Psychiatric Department of the Baltic Fleet General Hospital - Chief Psychiatrist of the Baltic Fleet (Kaliningrad). In 2008, on the basis of work in the Baltic Fleet, defended his doctoral thesis, "System of psychoprophylactic work in the Navy" (specializations: psychiatry and public health and health care).
2000-2005. - Lecturer for a course in forensic psychiatry at the Faculty of Law, Kaliningrad State University.
2005 to 2011, Deputy Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Law at Kaliningrad State University. - Deputy Head of the Department of Psychiatry, All-Russian Medical Academy. In 2011, he was awarded the title "Professor, Department of Psychiatry".
In 2011-2012 he was the head physician at the Psychiatric Clinic of the Moscow Medical Academy. - From 2011 to 2012 Dr. Kalinina was chief physician at the Gannushkin Psychiatric Clinical Hospital No. 4. From 2011 to 2012 she was chief physician at Psychiatric Clinical Hospital No. 4 named after P.B. Gannushkin, DZM. From 2012 to 2016 - chief physician of Psychiatric Clinical Hospital № 3 named after V.A. Gilyarovsky, DZM. Since 2016 - Chief physician at N.A. Alekseev Psychiatric Clinical Hospital No.1, DZM. Since 2016, the chief specialist psychiatrist of the Department of Health of the City of Moscow.

HONORS:
Laureate of the City of Moscow Prize in Medicine (2018) Badge of Honor "Excellence in Healthcare" (2019)
Order of Pirogov (2020)
Tatyana Chernigovskaya
Professor, Сorresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Institute for Cognitive Studies, Head of the Department of the Problems of Convergence in Natural Sciences and Humanities of SPBU
Career:
2008-2010: President of the Interregional Association for Cognitive Studies

Before 1998: lead researcher at the Laboratory of Bioacoustics, Functional Asymmetry of the Human Brain, and Comparative Physiology of Sensory Systems at the Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Education:
Division of English Philology, Department of Philology, St. Petersburg State University
Major: Experimental Phonetics

Advanced degrees and ranks:
1977: PhD (Human Physiology)
Thesis: Human Perception Features of Low-Frequency Amplitude Modulation of Sound and the Amplitude-Modulation Characteristics of Speech
1993: Doctorate (Linguistic Theory, Human Physiology)
Thesis: The Evolution of Language and Cognitive Functions: Physiological and Neurolinguistic Aspects
Doctor of Biology, Professor at the Department of General Linguistics, St. Petersburg State University

Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education
Member of the Presidential Council on Science and Education
Member of the interdepartmental working group Priority and Interdisciplinary Scientific Research at the Presidential Council on Science and Education
Member of the Presidium of the Russian Association for the Promotion of Science (RASN)
Member of the Federal Register of Experts in Science and Technology under the Ministry of Education and Science (Scientific Research Institute – Federal Research Centre for Projects Evaluation and Consulting Services)
Member of the Joint Council on Social Sciences and Humanities at the St. Petersburg Research Center, Russian Academy of Sciences
Member of the HSE Expert Group (Moscow)
Member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
Honorary member of the Semiotic Society of Finland
Representative of Russia in COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) - Management Committee of the European Network Project on Aphasia
Member of the Expert Council of RUSNANO School League
Member of editorial boards of professional journals
Journal of Philosophy
Journal of Artificial Intelligence
Journal of Neurophilosophy
Journal of Socio- and Psycholinguistic Studies SHAGI/STEPS (School of Current Humanitarian Research, RANEPA School of Public Policy), Journal of Language and Language Behavior,
The International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education
The International Journal of Engineering, Management and Information Sciences
Member of the Board of the Liberal Arts Program at St. Petersburg State University

Works:
What are Little Girls and Boys Made of? Acquisition of Russian Verb Morphology in Monolingual and Bilingual Children
Horse and quivering doe: a scientist at the intersection of sciences
Fuete, phoneme, formula, photon: languages of the brain and culture
Experimental studies of grammar: syntactic analysis of ambiguous sentences
Brain languages, human languages, culture languages

Acknowledgements and awards:
Merited Higher Education Professional
Merited Science Professional of the Russian Federation
Honorary Diploma of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences for popularization of science in print and electronic media
Third annual award For Fidelity to Science
Golden Medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences for outstanding contribution to promoting science, Life Sciences category
Konstantin Parshin
Director for Acceleration of Fuel and Energy Sector and Industry, IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
Professional Experience

Before his tenure at Skolkovo, Parshin worked as the Deputy General Director and Director of New Business Development at ITAR-TASS News Agency, where he was responsible for the agency’s development strategy with respect to government agencies, social organizations, and large businesses. He also organized the ground-up development and successful launch of the startup TASS-Business, an information and analysis product.
Earlier, in 2012–2014 Parshin worked at ITAR-TASS as a manager of key projects related to comprehensive reforms and the ‘re-launch’ of TASS, which allowed the agency to grow and become a market leader.
Before working at TASS, from 1996 to 2012, Parshin occupied various positions in the Xerox corporation, including: head of Xerox Eurasia in Moscow, Vice-President of Industry Marketing in Developing Markets (Great Britain), and General Director of Xerox Isreal.

Education

Parshin graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics at Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1994 and received an MBA from the American Institute of Business and Economics in 2002.
Andrei Pudov
State Secretary, Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Born 3 November 1971, in the Republic of Tatarstan.1992: graduated from Leningrad Higher Military-Political School named after Yuri Andropov in command, tactical and air defense. 1995: graduated from the International Independent University of Environment and Political Science in jurisprudence.2002: graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration in Public and Municipal Administration.1988 to 1994: served in the Armed Forces.1994–1995: Lawyer at Health and Production Association, LLP.1995–1996: Lawyer at Vnukovo Social Service Centre.1996–2002: Chief Expert, Head of Legal Review Division, Deputy Director of Legal Administration at the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation (PFR).2002–2011: Head of Department of Assignment and Payment of Pension at PFR.2011–2012: Vice-Chairman of the Management Board, PFR.By Decree of the Russian Government No. 1278-p, dated 17 July 2012, appointed Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation.He has received a pin for outstanding contribution to Social Labour.Mr. Pudov has a Letter of Appreciation from the Russian Government.He is a Class 2 Active State Advisor of the Russian Federation.