22.02.2011  Public Information Centre of Rostov NPP

Rostov NPP: collective contract was implemented in 2010

In 2010 Collective Contract of Rostov NPP employees for 2010 – 2013 was implemented in full. This conclusion was drawn according to the results of the meeting which took place on February 18. 

Among the meeting participants there were representatives of the Collective Contract parties on the part of the employer and the employees as part of commission for regulation of the nuclear power plant social and labor relations, as well as invited  deputy directors and deputy chief engineers, heads of divisions, chairmen of department committees of Rostov NPP.

Director of Rostov NPP Alexander Palamarchuk on the part of the employer and Chairman of the plant trade union committee Alexander Soroka on the part of the staff made reports on Collective Contract implementation according to 2010 results.

The meeting participants adopted a number of amendments to the Collective Contract of Rostov NPP for 2011 on the basis of the organizational activity of the enterprise, amendments to the Corporate Agreement and Federal Law No. 255-FZ of 29.12.2006. The amendments are related to improvement of occupational safety conditions, provision of privileges and guarantees to specialists and pensioners of the enterprise, organization of sports and health and cultural-mass work at the NPP. Everything was passed by unanimous vote.

For the last three years Rostov NPP has been the winner of the regional contest called “Collective Contract is the Basis for Efficient Production and Protection of Social and Labor Rights of Employees”. Thus, the plant Collective Contract was recognized as the best in the region. 

Rostov NPP is a branch of Rosenergoatom Concern OJSC. The nuclear power plant is located on the bank of the Tsimlyansk Reservoir 13.5 km far from Volgodonsk city. The nuclear power plant operates two power units with VVER-1000 reactor, 1,000 MW installed capacity each. Power unit No.1 which was put into commercial operation in 2001; power unit No. 2 – in December of 2010.

Detailed and timely information about the radiation environment near Russian NPPs and other objects of the nuclear industry is available in the site www.russianatom.ru.

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