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Название Optimization of expenditures for labor protection at deep mining
DOI 10.17580/em.2017.02.09
Автор Gendler S. G., Grishina A. M., Kochetkova E. A.
Информация об авторе

Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Saint Petersburg, Russia:

Gendler S. G., Professor, Doctor of Technical Science, sgendler@mail.ru
Grishina A. M., Postgraduate


Almazov National Medical Research Centre, Saint Petersburg, Russia:
Kochetkova E. A., Labour Protection Specialist of Occupational Safety and Health Division


The analysis of the state of the labor protection and industrial safety system of Russia’s coal mining industry demonstrates that the rise in the investment into the measures directed at improving does not lead to a sufficient fall in the risk of occupational injuries and occupational diseases. Moreover, it has been found that at a number of the industry’s enterprises the risk of occupational traumatism and occupational diseases follows either an upward trend or a wavelike trend with minimum and maximum values. One of the ways of achieving an increase in the effectiveness of the HSE system is determining the amount of expenditures that leads to the minimum values of the risk of occupational injuries and occupational diseases, which can be considered ‘economically justifiable risks’. In the article the procedure of calculating investment into industrial security and labor protection for coal mining companies is proposed. The method for calculating optimal expenses on preventing occupational injuries and economically justifiable risk is elaborated.

Ключевые слова Coal mine, labor protection, accident rate, coal mining industry, industrial security, cost optimization, economically viable risk
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