Uralelectromed Faces Liability for Failing to Comply with Sanitary Regulations

The court fined Uralelectromed for failing to comply with Sverdlovsk Region of Rospotrebnadzor’s order to eliminate the sanitary rules violations, the agency reports.

In June 2012, Sverdlovsk Region of Rospotrebnadzor (the state-run consumer rights agency) carried out an unscheduled on-site inspection of Uralelectromed, namely: Selen Holiday Hotel, Capital Construction Administration, a camping site at Lake Isetskoye, UMMC Sports Palace, Project Work Administration, the subsidiary of Safyanovskaya Med, the non-ferrous alloys production facility, the subsidiary of Polymetals Production, the metallurgical shop, the processing plant, and the pelletizing shop. The agency’s inspectors found out that the company failed to meet a number of points prescribed by Sverdlovsk Region of Rospotrebnadzor’s earlier order.

The court declared an administrative offense did take place, declared Uralelectromed guilty of committing an administrative offense stated in Article 19.5 (part 1) of the Russian Federation Administrative Offense Code, considered the legal entity’s pleading guilty and trying to amend for the faults, and made the company pay a 10,000-ruble administrative fine.


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