Improvement of an Integrated Management System Resulting in Higher Industrial Safety Efficiency

Improvement of an Integrated Management System Resulting in Higher Industrial Safety Efficiency

M. Berezyuk A. Rumyantseva G. Chebotareva 

Department of Environmental Economics, Ural Federal University, Russia

Academic department of banking and investment management, Ural Federal University, Russia

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612-626
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.2495/SAFE-V7-N4-612-626
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Accepted: 
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Published: 
8 November 2017
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Abstract: 

LukOIL PermNefteproduct llc management considers industrial and labor safety system as an essential part of efficient production management. Improvement of company’s personnel training and further training system in the field of industrial safety, produce quality, workplace health and safety, environ- mental management as part of integrated management system functioning is the necessary condition of industrial safety management. The educational electronic resource, developed by authors, is the Web-site accessible to all company’s employees that consists of guidance and information-reference materials.

Economy effect of the resource usage is cost- and learning time saving, increase of company stuff’s competence level.

Keywords: 

educational electronic resource, industrial safety, integrated management system, labor safety, personnel training

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