UEC-Perm Engines (part of Rostec United Engine Corporation) held an awarding ceremony for employees, who showed the best results of professional activity at the end of 2022. The honorary title of the Excellence in Quality was awarded to them for their diligent work, high skill and successful mentoring.
This year, honorary diplomas and badges for the Excellence in Quality were awarded to turners: Aleksandr Zelin (Shop 33), Lyubov Kovaleva (Shop 41), Sergey Melnikov (Shop 95); boring turner Aleksandr Shapranov (Shop 34), CNC operator Dmitry Kustov (Shop 35), grinders Alexander Feskov (Shop 85) and Olga Mekhonoshina (Shop 38), insulator Lyudmila Konstantinova (Shop 53), packager Tatyana Kataeva (Shop 54), test & mechanical engineer Mikhail Zagorodskikh (Shop 152).
During all 39 years of her work experience Lyubov A. Kovaleva has been involved in turning work. She is charged with the machining of the most complex parts in the Machine Assembly Shop 41. Being an active innovator and mentor, she has trained more than 20 young workers for the profession during her work at the manufacturing plant.
For nine years of work in the Machine Shop 33, universal turner Alexander V. Zelin has mastered critical operations and is actively introducing new generation PD-14 components into production. Working on a self-checking basis, he performs 130-150 percent of production tasks without rejects or retrievals.
“You can learn this important specialist field in our production not only within a vocational education institution, but also in the corporate training center for three months, while getting a 25,000 ruble scholarship. An essential requirement for intending students is a basic technical education. Upon completing a three-week theoretical course, to-be professionals will have to pass through a practice, first at the training and research site, and then at production site. Those who successfully pass the final qualification exam are guaranteed a job and a full package of wage supplements,” says Tatyana Snitko, ad interim HR-Director at UEC-Perm Engines.
Intake of those wishing to learn working professions takes place at the corporate training center three times a year. In 2022, total of 26 persons were trained here as turning, lathe, boring, and capstan lathe operators. The youngest of them was 18 years old, and the eldest one was 58.