Health and safety issues related to coal quality control have been discussed in Novokuznetsk
On October 25, SGS initiated a round table discussion focusing on occupational health and safety related to coal quality control and taking place in Novokuznetsk. Particular attention has been paid to working safely at height, which is a critical topic for Kemerovo region. Representatives of leading coal companies from the region joined the discussion.
In the framework of the event, the SGS Twelve Rules for Life were presented to the audience. Currently SGS has been implementing those rules globally. The Twelve SGS Rules for Life are non-negotiable rules that help save lives. They are based on the risks identified within SGS and in the industries where SGS operates. SGS Rules for Life are to be followed by all SGS employees, contractors and personnel conducting work on behalf of SGS.
Nikolay Popov, Regional Operational Integrity (QHSE) Manager for Eastern Europe and Middle East: “The objective of this round table event has been, first of all, to inform our partners on the SGS Twelve Rules for Life, to discuss implementation process and to develop actions boostiing safety on sites where SGS performs operations”.
Urals and Siberia Branch of SGS Vostok Limited
Tatiana Vorobieva, Minerals Services Manager
Phone: + 7 (3843) 3916 81 / 82 / 83
Fax: + 7 (3843) 3912 42
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