Russian Metallurgical Company Directs 759m RUR to Improve Working Conditions

12 April 2017 (12:02)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, April 12, 2017. Russian Copper Company directs considerable funds to working conditions and industrial safety improvements at its member enterprises every year. 759m RUR were allocated for the purpose in 2013-2016, the company press service reports.

The better part of the money (42%) gets invested in working conditions improvements, 35% are used to provide uniforms and personal protection for the workers, 13% get directed to nutritional supplements, and 6%, 3%, and 3% get spent on physicals, personnel training, and disinfectants, respectively.

Russian Copper Company set up a special Environment/Job & Industrial Safety Department in June 2012. The department’s functions are to control the company’s compliance with the job safety, industrial safety, and fire safety regulations, prevent accidents at work and work-related diseases, ensure safe working conditions, and provide the workers with all the benefits and compensations they are entitled to.

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