Safety Day was held in production units of Tambovenergo


IDGC of Centre - Tambovenergo division held the Safety Day. This event is conducted in all production subdivisions of the company on a monthly basis in order to monitor compliance by staff with safety rules during work.

Heads of relevant services of the executive office and specialists of the branch’s technical unit summed up the performance by the production units of measures to eliminate the deficiencies identified during the previous Safety Day, checked the quality of conducting targeted briefings when issuing work orders, the equipment level of personnel with protective gear, special clothing for safe work. Issues of implementing measures to reduce technical losses of electricity were also worked out.

In addition, within the framework of Safety Day, the branch’s employees were trained in methods of rescuing an electric shock victim and providing first aid in case of accidents.

According to the results of the Safety Day, a list of measures to eliminate the violations was developed. A check of their implementation will be carried out in preparation for the next Safety Day, which will be held next month. Safety days are an important component of the system for preserving the life and health of workers in the course of their work. Such events in Tambovenergo are held on a monthly basis in order to prevent occupational injuries, increase production culture at power facilities, responsibility of the staff for complying with labour protection and safety standards and rules, technological and labour discipline, reducing the likelihood of violations, which can lead to negative consequences in production.

“Labour protection, ensuring the safety of employees and compliance with all legal norms are the most important components of the production process, and its competent and reasonable organization helps significantly reduce potential risks,” stressed Deputy General Director of IDGC of Centre - Tambovenergo division director Nikolay Bogomolov.

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