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Uralkali Group has closed the corporate Spartakiad

Uralkali Group has closed the corporate Spartakiad

A solemn closing ceremony of the corporate Spartakiad 2012-2013 of Uralkali Group took place in the Cultural and leisure center in the town of Solikamsk on June, 20.

Participants of the Spartakiad competed in eleven sports: arena football, cross-country race, ski race, relay, basketball, air rifle shooting, table tennis, swimming, futsal, athletics and volleyball. The competition was attended by over three thousand employees of Uralkali Group.

At the end of the Spartakiad first place was taken by the teams of mine groups Berezniki-2 and Solikamsk-3. Second place was shared by OOO SMT “BShSU” and Solikamsk-2. OOO “Carhouse Balakhontsy “and OOO “Uralkali Remont” from Solikamsk took third place. Recognition gifts were awarded to other teams which actively participated in the Spartakiad.

The awards were presented to the winners by the chairmen of primary trade union organizations Irina Kolesnik and Alexander Shalaev, as well as the deputy chief mining engineer Eduard Smirnov. In his congratulatory speech he said that sports help to achieve high results at the place of production and expressed his gratitude to the athletes for promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Paul Fedoseyev, mechanic from the mine Berezniki-2:

Our team was involved in all kinds of competitions and practically everywhere took first place. We are best in the Spartakiad for the fourth year in a row. Team spirit, will to win and regular exercises help us to occupy top places. As for me, sports help me in life and work to constantly strive forward and achieve my goals.


OJSC "Uralkali" (OJSC "Uralkali", Company,) is one of the world’s leading potash producers. Our aim is to produce potash fertilizers to satisfy the worldwide demand for the high-quality food; we develop potash deposits in an efficient and responsible manner in order to ensure continuous development of the Company.

We follow the principles of social responsibility and we know how important it is to respect the interests of all our stakeholders (employees, partners, investors, shareholders, government authorities, public organizations, the media and the residents of the regions of Uralkalis corporate presence). We know that, as a large industrial company, we are expected to be reliable, open and stable. We aspire to fully meet these expectations in full by consistently implementing the strategy of sustainable development.

Planning our work for years ahead, we care about the well-being of the future generations and honor the obligations that we have undertaken voluntarily:

  • Securing the well-being and personal development of our employees;
  • Taking into account the unique social features of the regions where we work both when solving current problems and when making decisions regarding the Companys new projects;
  • Taking all necessary actions in order to reduce the negative impact on the safety, health and living conditions of our employees, partners and residents of the territories of Uralkalis corporate presence;
  • Maintaining an open dialogue with all the Companys stakeholders, regularly informing all interested parties of the situation in the Company and the status of the actions taken in order to reduce and eliminate environmental and social risks;
  • Taking into account the opinions of the stakeholders when making decisions in the sphere of industrial, environmental and social safety when realizing current and future projects.

Our social policy serves as a guide for each employee of OJSC "Uralkali" and it is reflected in all our programs and plans. We understand how important it is to fulfill our obligations in a full and timely way and we are committed to finding a balance between the interests of the Company, its employees and other stakeholders. We believe that this balance is the only true foundation for the harmonious growth and development of OJSC "Uralkali" and society as a whole.

URALKALIs Health, Safety and Environment Policy

OJSC “Uralkali” aims to be a leader in every aspect of its operations.

Health, safety and environment are key priorities for us and serve as a framework for every action and decision we make, irrespective of the type of activity.

We fully realise that no achievement or economic benefit may justify death of people or damage to human health and the environment of our planet. Each and every employee of OJSC Uralkali has the right to be provided with safe and comfortable conditions of labour. With that, the Company expects that every employee will strictly abide by safety regulations and will demonstrate responsible attitude towards own and fellow colleagues life and health. Only through maintaining a mutually responsible behaviour in health, safety and environment will we be able to achieve a greater level of development for our business.

Our goals are very simple and clear:

  • Zero accidents;
  • Zero industrial emergencies;
  • Reduction of environmental impact.

To achieve these goals and to ensure the maximum compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, we must create a health, safety and environment management system based on established standards.

An efficient management and continuous improvement of the corporate health and safety culture will enable us to gain significant progress in preventing and/or mitigating HSE-related issues.

We strongly believe that a successful implementation of these efforts will create conditions for the sustainable development of OJSC Uralkali.

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