WORKING CONDITIONS ASSESSMENT
The organization of a special assessment of working conditions is the responsibility of any employer. Assessment of working conditions and industrial control at the enterprise are the basis for realizing the right of every employee to safe work.
In 2016, RusHydro Group’s workplaces have undergone a special assessment of working conditions, taking into account the transitional provisions of Federal Law No. 426-FZ “On Special Assessment of Working Conditions” of 28.12.2013.
Based on the results of a special assessment of working conditions / workplace labour conditions compliance certification, the number of employees at workplaces with the working conditions Сlass 3 amounted to 1,853 in the branches and subsidiaries31 of PJSC RusHydro. (17.6 % lower than a year earlier).
Based on the results of a special assessment of working conditions in RAO ES Holding32, the number of employees working at workplaces that do not comply with occupational safety and health requirements, decreased by 22.3% and amounted to 20,287 people in the reporting period
There are no Class 4 hazardous workplaces (employees engaged in professional activity related to a high risk of injury or occupational diseases) at RusHydro Group.
Based on the results of the labour assessment conducted at enterprises, action plans were developed to improve working conditions in the workplace and reduce occupational risks. The plans are developed taking into account the requirements of the Order of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russia No. 181n “On approval of the standard list of measures implemented annually by the employer to improve labour conditions and safety and reduce occupational risks” of 01. 03.2012.