Transneft Western Siberia’s employees have paid tribute to military and labour feats of the Great Patriotic War veterans and homefront workers on the eve of the Victory Day. The Company arranged a series of events at which any employee could personally contribute to preparations of festive corporate events and congratulations for veterans.
The Light of Good Deeds campaign has become a large-scale event dedicated to the Victory Day. The campaign was launched in early April: the Company’s employees spent one month collecting LED energy-saving luminaires. They purchased some 1,900 lamps. The event was also dedicated to the Year of Energy Saving at Transneft. On the eve of the Victory Day the Great Patriotic War veterans and homefront workers who used to work with Transneft Western Siberia received some of the luminaires.
Gifts were also dispatched to veterans’ organisations of Mariinsk, Anzhero-Sudzhensk, Barabinsk, Tatarsk, Chulym, the village of Sokur (Novosibirsk Region), the town of Isilkul and the village of Moskalenki in Omsk Region. On 7 May, during a festive concert in Omsk, young professionals of the Company handed out 240 gifts to the Council of Veterans and Retirees city public organisation. Gennady Pavlov, the chairman of the council, thanked the Company’s staff for the Light of Good Deeds campaign and highlighted the careful attitude of the Company’s management to veterans’ requests as well as regular charitable aid.
ung Professionals Council (YPC), jointly with members of an interregional trade union, paid visits to the Company’s veterans, personally congratulated them with the great day and gave them presents. A visit to Aleksei Morozov, the Great Patriotic War veteran and former employee of Transneft Western Siberia was the most memorable one for the youth. Mr Morozov worked at Omsk line operation dispatcher station right up to his retirement. In 1996 he was awarded the title of honoured labour veteran of Transsibneft.
As usual, the Company’s young professionals laid flowers to the Eternal Flame at the Victory Park in Omsk. For3rd year in a row they were accompanied by representatives of Omskgiprotruboprovod and Irtysh Region ICD of Svyaztransneft.
On 8 May, one day before the holiday, the Company’s executive office held a Georgian Ribbon campaign, during which each employee had the opportunity to get a symbol of the Victory Day for themselves.