Safety culture

LLC Tagulskoe’s corporate value is security. This is reflected in the activities of all firm personnel, at all levels and across all areas of operation.

Safety culture

One of the essential business values is safety, which is a top concern in every firm operation. LLC Tagulskoe safety culture is evident in the daily efforts and real actions of employees and managers at all levels of the firm to improve safety. The understanding of the primary and most significant hazards in the sphere of industrial safety by all employees, as well as the construction of obstacles to their implementation, is the foundation of LLC Tagulskoe safety culture. Achieving a high level of safety culture is impossible without comprehensive work in this area, at least in several areas: technology, management systems, organizational and human factors. Therefore, LLC Tagulskoe is actively automating production, which reduces the impact of the human factor, develops a risk-oriented industrial safety management system, and improves social and living conditions for the company’s employees and contractors. The prospects for improving the level of safety are largely related to the transition to an integrated safety culture. This means that both management and employees alike understand and assess risks and are responsible for safety and for their actions to ensure it.


Leadership is one of the most important aspects of creating a safety culture. Managers’ judgments and actions in setting safety goals and assigning the resources needed to achieve them demonstrate safety leadership. Managers enforce the same rules for all workers and contractors and urge them to behave safely. Furthermore, a security leader involves colleagues and subordinates in joint issue resolution and develops a climate that encourages open reporting of occurrences, thereby fostering mutual trust and leading to a shift in others’ behavior toward safer practices.


The industrial safety training system developed by LLC Tagulskoe is based on Russian Federation legislation, business regulations, and best international practices. Employees of the corporation, as well as employees of contractors, are included in the scope of corporate educational programs. Every year, between 30 and 50 thousand individuals are trained in accordance with company requirements at industrial sites, training centers, classrooms, and training grounds.

Internal trainers play a significant role in the development of the corporate training system. Today, nearly 500 people share their expertise with their coworkers, allowing them to improve their ability to execute work safely. Occupational safety training is being improved in terms of formats and methodologies. The Corporate University’s Department of Industrial Safety is actively working on this. The company’s instructional product portfolio contains over 90 items. Full-time training complexes, distance courses, webinars, and VR/AR simulations are among them, all of which take into account the particular of industrial safety needs and target audiences.