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Success stories

Dudin Vladimir

Dudin Vladimir

Driver of the coke shop of KOKS

Vladimir Duding got employed at KOKS in 1991. Over these years, he has worked his way up from a chute puller to a coke battery loading car driver.

For almost 20 years, Vladimir has successfully worked at operation team No. 1 and is an estimable representative of its profession, and it has contributed many suggestions on improving labour conditions of the shop’s employees, participated many times in the start-up of and putting new equipment into production.

The team in which Vladimir Dudin works was many times recognized as the best based on the results of production competitions.

For the great contribution to the development of the metallurgical industry, Vladimir Dudin was awarded the title «Honoured iron-worker of the Russian Federation».

The award of such high level is an especial honour to Vladimir, and to the question about the secret of his success he answers, «I have always worked in good faith. I feel that the plant has become a part of me. I have never regretted that I have given a quarter of century to this enterprise.»

Chirkov Alexander

Chirkov Alexander

Foreman of specialised coke equipment repair shop No. 2, KOKS

Alexander Chirkov joined KOKS in 1999, and, by that time, he had experience of working at all-Union constructions in Lipetsk and Donetsk under his belt.

From January 2001, he has been the leader of an erection team of specialized coke equipment repair shop No. 2 that has always participated in construction of the most complex facilities: coke battery No. 6 and a quartz filter, assembled a scraper reclaimer in a closed loading and unloading complex, mounted coke pushers on coke battery No. 3, loading cars, a 62 metres high stainless steel chimney of boiler house No. 3, car dumper No. 2, repaired a benzol section in coking by-product recovery plant No. 2 — these are just a few examples of many facilities where the plantwide famous gang worked.

«The profession of a rigger is a vocation. There are three old timers in our gang, and we raise the young by our personal example», says Alexander Chirkov.

Alexander was awarded the state decoration Order of Peoples' Friendship, Certificate of Merit from the Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation, medals «For distinguished contribution to the development of the Kuznetsk Basin», 3rd class, and «For serving the Kuznetsk Basin», and the title «Laureate of the Kuznetsk Basin Prize».

Dudin Vladimir

Driver of the coke shop of KOKS

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Chirkov Alexander

Foreman of specialised coke equipment repair shop No. 2, KOKS

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Lyzhin Valeriy

Lyzhin Valeriy

Grade 8 furnaceman

«Serious attitude to work, responsibility and discipline — I believe these are the secrets of my success. Miners work in teams, and each of them must carry out its duties with the greatest commitment».

Valeriy Lyzhin joined Tulachermet in 2000. The choice in favour of the enterprise was well informed. Work at the plant is a guarantee of stability, an opportunity to plan one’s own life and be confident about tomorrow.

Valeriy has one of the most respected professions. He is a furnaceman — the elite of metallurgy. There is no such university or college that can teach you this profession. That is why he had to learn the basics of metallurgy craftsmanship on site.

He started as a grade 4 furnaceman, in essence — an apprentice. These were some of his responsibilities: take samples and make a mud gun ready. However, thanks to his desire to work and learn, Valeriy was transferred soon from apprentices to professionals. In two years, he was raised to grade 6, and then grade 7, and, in 2011, he was raised to grade 8 and appointed a foreman of a furnace team.

He is responsible for organizing work for dispensing smelting products, and this is 50% of successful work of a blast furnace and the shop in general. Valeriy has fulfilled himself as a specialist and today carries out another mission that is not less important — preparation and training of young furnacemen.

Bobrov Vladimir

Bobrov Vladimir

Grade 6 repairman of the agglomeration shop

«My job allows me to make a decent living, feel confident about the future, develop myself and learn. I am 31 years old, I have achieved a lot and know, and see how many prospects and opportunities I have, which I will fulfil for sure».

Vladimir Bobrov joined the plant when he was 20, after he obtained the specialty of a computer-controlled machine operator at a vocational school. The young worker was employed as a coke crusher attendant at a furnace-charge crushing section in the agglomeration shop. The career of any industrial worker starts from a basic worker specialty. This is the first starting step, following which one can become a real professional and make a statement about his potential.

Vladimir worked in good faith as a crusher attendant for 5 years and at the same time studied at N.Demidov Machine-building Vocational College of the city of Tula for the specialty «foundry production of ferrous and non-ferrous metals». Diligence, commitment and aspiration of the young specialist did not go unnoticed by the shop’s management. In 2011, Vladimir Bobrov received an offer to get transferred to the agglomeration shop equipment repair service as a repairer.

A new sphere and new prospects. It took the young specialist a bit more than three years to achieve the highest grade 6 and become a highly professional specialist. The next stage in the career is the position of a foreman. And chances of the young promising worker to take this position in the near future are strong.

Lyzhin Valeriy

Grade 8 furnaceman

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Bobrov Vladimir

Grade 6 repairman of the agglomeration shop

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Lavrushin  Roman

Lavrushin Roman

Milling department manager

Lavrushin Roman is an engineer by education with the specialty «pressure metal forming machinery and technology». He was employed by Polema in 2003 as a process engineers to work at a process laboratory, and, in 2009, having showed himself as a responsible and promising employee, Roman was proposed as a deputy manager of a milling department responsible for the process. In 2013, for the purpose of more in-depth study of the production process, he was transferred to the position of a deputy manager of a milling department responsible for production.

In 2014, he was appointed to the position of a milling department manager.

We asked Roman, what is the secret of the successful career?

Roman: There is no definite answer. Everybody has his or her own way, own success criteria, own methods in achieving set goals. However, there are common principles that are typical for people who achieved something in their life, whether a respectable position, decent salary or respect from co-workers. These principles are well known:

— Education. A university as a basis and, subsequently, constant replenishing and improving one’s knowledge, at any stage of the career ladder, whether you are a repairer or section manager.

— A clearly set goal.

— Working capacity. The task you are responsible for should become your highest priority.

— Communicability. At any stage of the career path, there are many people around us who have rich experience. One should always adopt it and use in the future.

— Adequate assessment of one’s own capabilities. One shouldn’t think that his or her professional path will be easy. One has to work on himself.

— And, finally, and, probably, the most important thing is that one shouldn’t get obsessed over the word «career». At 20, nobody can predict how it will develop, and the most important thing is to be satisfied, when you retire, with the position that you have achieved and believe yourself that the path you travelled is a successful career.

Sogrin Dmitriy

Sogrin Dmitriy

Process centre deputy manager

What is the secret of a successful career? How to achieve what you want to achieve as soonest as possible? Young specialists ask themselves these questions across the country, having hardly crossed the threshold of a university. The world that is full of opportunities is opening to them, but how to choose from this multeity the one that will make their professional path easy and successful? This is the path that Dmitriy Sogrin has chosen who now works at Polema in the position of a process centre deputy manager.

Dmitriy Sogrin is a physics engineer by education with the «physics of metals» specialty. Dmitriy joined Polema in 2001 when he was still a university student and took the position of a process engineer of the technical department. In 2004, he became the foreman of a hard and high-melting alloy section.

Working as a foreman on the shop floor, he actively participated in mastering technologies, demonstrated managerial potential and in 2009 was appointed as a deputy manager of the hard and high-melting alloy section.

In 2014, a process centre was created that consolidated as such metallographical, chemical and process labs and a process department, and the question of forming a personnel reserve arose. Having assessed all of Dmitry’s achievements and work experience, the management made a decision to appoint him as a deputy manager of the process centre.

Lavrushin Roman

Milling department manager

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Sogrin Dmitriy

Process centre deputy manager

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Tkachevskiy Yuri

Tkachevskiy Yuri

Grade 4 metal pourer of foundry shop No. 2

After graduating from a vocational college in the city of Fokino of the Bryansk Region, Yuri was employed at the plant in 2005 as a metal pourer apprentice.

According to him, work at a foundry will be quite unusual to an ordinary person, this place is hot and dark, but workers endure: hot air that they breathe, your face is near molten metal and sparks that are about to fly apart.

People whose profession is a «metal pourer» are like gods who have descended under the ground, and, when this lava is cast into moulds, it looks as if fire is poured and elements bow to the workers.

Over ten years of his work experience at the plant as a metal pourer, Yuri has showed himself as the best employee in the profession and an expert in his area.

Garbuzov Alexander

Garbuzov Alexander

Grade 4 metal melter of the pipe casting shop

Alexander started his professional life at Krontif-Centre in 2007 as a metal melter. Working as a metal melter looked hard and difficult to him, but persistence and the strong desire to achieve the set goals were above all.

Today, Alexander is one of the best specialists in his profession. Among other employees, he has proved himself as a polite and communicative employee, has authority with the co-workers and is a Mentor for younger workers.

Tkachevskiy Yuri

Grade 4 metal pourer of foundry shop No. 2

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Garbuzov Alexander

Grade 4 metal melter of the pipe casting shop

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Borzdun Ivan

Borzdun Ivan

Rock removing machine operator

«Rational allocation of time makes it even more valuable!»

Ivan Borzdun is a grade 6 rock removing machine underground operator of developing section No. 3. He was born on October 20, 1981 and started his professional life in 2000 at Kuzbassenergo company as a watchman. After graduation from Kemerovo Mine Technical College and military service in the Russian Army, he has worked in the coal industry of the Kuznetsk Basin.

From the beginning of his professional life at Butovskaya mine in July 2008, he has worked his way up from an underground miner to the leading miner profession — rock removing machine operator.

With the professional participation of Ivan Borzdun, the sinking team successfully carries out works in difficult mining and geological conditions and achieves from month to month excellent results in mine opening. Not only a responsible attitude to work and observance of labour discipline account for the production achievements, but also successful mastering of new machinery.

The highly-productive labour and good faith of Ivan Vladimirovich were honoured with Certificates of Merit and Letters of Appreciation from the enterprise.

Zatsepin Viktor

Zatsepin Viktor

Tunneling machine operator

«No one is born a leader, you should become one… by working hard and being honest, respecting co-workers and wholly devoting yourself to production!»

Zatsepin Viktor has worked in the coal industry from 1971. Working as a tunnelling machine operator, he does a lot to improve its performance and increase its service life. Having good organizing skills, he has successfully managed a tunnelling team from 1987 which has successfully fulfilled tasks with a maximum output at the most difficult and critical sections already for many years.

Viktor is a highly professional, goal-oriented worker with excellent organizing skills, a person with an economic streak. He has high authority at the mine not only for the achieved tunnelling paces, but also for the high quality of work done. Accumulated experience and acquired professionalism help him to easily find a way out of difficult production situations, which has enabled the team to successfully achieve and overachieve targets over the years.

With his good faith labour, he makes a great contribution to achieving production targets for the mine. The secret lies in well-thought-out organization of preparatory work, combining operations, increasing production concentration, upsizing the team and the human factor — high level of skills, good team-work, mutual support and mutual help of each member of his team.

For high production achievements, Viktor has become Companion of the «Miner’s glory» medal (1990, 1994, 1997), and, in 2004, he was awarded the title «Honoured Miner». In 2006, he was awarded the medal «For serving the Kuznetsk Basin», in 2004 — lapel badge «Miner’s valour», and, in 2007, he was awarded the title «Honoured miner of the Kuznets Basin».

Borzdun Ivan

Rock removing machine operator

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Zatsepin Viktor

Tunneling machine operator

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Alexander Zarudnev

Alexander Zarudnev

Dispatcher of the railroad shop of KMAruda

«I am originally from Ingushetia. A narrow-gauge railroad was laid in the mountains not far from my home, and, when I was a boy, often went there to see a fuming steam engine. Perhaps, childhood impressions played a definite role in my choice of the life path».

Peaceful life in Dushanbe was broken off by a military conflict. Alexander moved to Gubkin, got employed at Kombinat KMAruda and has worked as a dispatcher for the last 20 years.

Many reformations have been implemented over this time, and load on dispatchers has increased, but Alexander still likes his job and is proud of it. For good faith labour, he was awarded a Certificate of Merit from the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

«A dispatcher may be rightfully called a traffic manager. It coordinates work of all units of a railroad shop as a conductor directing an orchestra».

Maklakov Roman

Maklakov Roman

Drill rig operator of Gubkin Mine

«I have always wanted to be a miner. It is not an immediate decision, not boyhood romantic perception, but a well-informed choice», confesses drill rig operator Roman Maklakov.

Having higher education with the specialty «heat, gas supply and ventilation engineer» acquired at Gubkin branch of v. G. Shukhov Belgorod State Technological University, experience of work at a different mining enterprise under his belt, he completed an evening drill rig operator course of training. However, there were no job vacancies at the mine.

In the beginning of 2013, a few employees retired from the fourth section, and Roman together with other beginners were invited to fill these vacancies.

The fellows worked on probation for half a year and after that were engaged in restoring wells after blasts, and then assisted experienced drillers. Roman has worked independently for almost a year. This is a not a long period for a miner.

At 33, having 10 years of working experience with him, he is still a «fresher». Nevertheless, he is not confused over this. Everything is ahead. Now the objective is to acquire experience, achieve prominent production figures. The specificity of drillers’ work is such that they are closely tied to their partner. If you haven’t done enough drilling, this will tell on the general result. Understanding this, Roman does his best not to let his partner down. The average norm for Roman is 36 long metres. They have to be drilled. This is a law.

Yasenovskiy Oleg

Yasenovskiy Oleg

Shaft tunneler of Gubkin Mine

The goal-oriented and responsible character of Oleg Yasenovskiy is manifested not only by the fact that he was one of the first workers to whose charge mastering new mobile mining machines was entrusted. The section manager notes that Yasenovskiy demonstrates a high labour productivity. Only a few can deliver such results.

Without discontinuing work, he obtained higher education with the specialty «power supply», believing that it would come useful in work.

He has thoroughly mastered the profession of a shaft tunneling and does not want to change it for a different one. Any tunneling equipment is in his power.

«If we compare labour using mobile machines and traditional labour, it’s like driving a car and a horse cart. Notwithstanding all intelligent machines, the man, his knowledge and skills are above all».

Chernyshova Elena

Chernyshova Elena

Lamp tender of the mine of Kombinat KMAruda

Elena has worked at the plant for 9 years and was recognized as «The best in the profession» on the Steelworker’s Day. She has many estimable qualities: amiability, self-discipline and, most importantly, responsibility.

«My responsibilities include keeping records of work shifts at the mine for each miner, employees who get back from a vacation, recording sick-leave certificates and donor certificates, as well as closing job orders, using 1 °C computer program.

This job is labour consuming, requires attentiveness, accurate actions. But I like it, and that is why everything comes easy».

Kolm Vadim

Kolm Vadim

Turner of the mechanical repair shop of KMAruda

This spring, Vadim Kolm won an intrashop turner competition, thereby having proved his excellence and improved its grade.

«I carried out a practical task that required especially careful consideration and accurate conformity to necessary sizes.

I’m glad that I have proven to be the best. I should say that many things are done at our enterprise for improving the employees’ motivation and labour results. Here you can exert creativity, intelligence and ingenuity. I especially welcome the TPO (Total Production Optimization program) that has already delivered certain results».

Alexander Zarudnev

Dispatcher of the railroad shop of KMAruda

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Maklakov Roman

Drill rig operator of Gubkin Mine

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Yasenovskiy Oleg

Shaft tunneler of Gubkin Mine

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Chernyshova Elena

Lamp tender of the mine of Kombinat KMAruda

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Kolm Vadim

Turner of the mechanical repair shop of KMAruda

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