Following the results of the inspection, the condition of the examined facilities was declared satisfactory. The defects detected in the inspection process will be eliminated during scheduled repairs.
Transneft Diascan’s charitable funds were allocated for premises’ renovation, roofs’ and electric lighting systems’ repair. Wooden windows were replaced with modern plastic ones, school furniture was purchased as well.
The in-line diagnostic tools’ development was carried out as part of Transneft’s innovation development programme.
Transneft Diascan’s volunteers have conducted the Tree of Wishes voluntary campaign for children with disabilities who are under the patronage of the Lukhovitsy social rehabilitation centre for minors (Lukhovitsy, Moscow Region).
The work was carried out as part of the Transneft oil trunk pipelines (OTP) and petroleum products trunk pipelines (PPTP) diagnostic inspection plan.
During the audit, auditors noted that the management systems are developing as per the continuous improvement principle.
This accreditation gives the laboratory the right to carry out non-destructive control of equipment and materials using the methods above during installation, repair, reconstruction and technical diagnostics of hazardous production facilities.
7 employees of Transneft Diascan were awarded with corporate awards of Transneft.
Targeted support was provided to 30 first grades from the city district of Lukhovitsy, whose families are under the patronage of the Lukhovitsy social rehabilitation centre for minors.
A set of replacement parts, which allows to expand the tool’s range of application, was developed and manufactured.