«Kazakhstan Petrochemical Industries Inc.»
(«Казахстан Петрокемикал Индастриз Инк.»)
Limited Liability Partnership

Visit to Dad and Mom's workplace

10 September
Visit to Dad and Mom's workplace
Children are always interested where their parents work and what they do at work. And if dads and moms work at a large factory, it always causes surprise.
Recently, within the framework of the announced Year of Children, KPI held a drawing contest among the employees' children – "KPI – the future of Kazakhstan". It was attended by 56 children who expressed on paper their thoughts, ideas, visions of the plant that their parents built.
We decided to award the children right at the enterprise – we invited them to the factory. The guys received a safety briefing, put on helmets. We organized a tour around the plant, heads of structural divisions, engineers were happy to talk about units, facilities and showed process stages. The children also saw the finished products of the enterprise – polypropylene.
9-year-old Inkar shared her impressions:
- I am very glad that I saw where my dad works. It turns out that many things can be made from polypropylene, like toys, masks, pipes. It was very interesting for us.
Ri Na Kim said that in the future she wants to follow in her father's footsteps:
- I want to be like my dad, an employee of a big company. Today we have learned a lot, for example, that some things can be made from gas.
Then the main part - awarding - began. The winners were determined by employees themselves through online voting.
In the category from 6 to 9 years:
I place – Zere Adilova (33 votes)
I place – Aikorkem Aziz (33 votes)
II place – Islam Tekeyev (24 votes)
III place – Kasym Kuanyshbayev (21 votes)
III place – Arina Peicheva (21 votes)
Category from 9 to 12 years:
I place – Akhat Adilov (28 votes)
II place – Aisha Kairkeldi (25 votes)
III place –Ri Na Kim (23 votes)

- Category from 12 to 14 years:
I place – Diaz Jumadilla (23 votes)
II place – Ali Mukhambet (22 votes)
III place – Nurlan Himeden (18 votes).
The winners and all participants were awarded diplomas, gratitude letters, as well as various prizes. The solemn part ended with KPI anthem. After, a delicious lunch was waiting for guests. The tour ended, but the interest in the company remained. The kids took home both new knowledge and pleasant impressions.
It should be noted that in order to improve social support, KPI provides types of social assistance aimed at improving well-being of families, including financial assistance upon birth of a child, monthly partial compensation to employees with preschool children attending kindergartens; lump-sum payment to employees with school-age children during preparation for school, providing health insurance to the employees' family members, including children under 21. Work in this direction will continue.

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