RESEARCH CONCERNING OF THE ATTRIBUTION TO THE CONCEPT OF "WORK WITH INCREASED RISK" TRANSFER OF EMPLOYEES IN MINES TO THE PLACE OF PERFORMING WORK
Development of coal deposits in Ukraine is carried out in complicated mining and geological conditions in the presence of high parameters of gas formation, mountain pressure, temperature of enclosing rocks, danger of appearance of sudden coal emissions, rock and gas and the ability of minerals to spontaneous combustion. Being found in mining work places (permanent or temporary stay), as well as while moving to the place of performing work, there is an influence possibility on an employee of hazardous and harmful production factors that by their origin can be of industrial or natural nature. The analysis of accidents in the mining industry demonstrates that accidents occur with the miners who are in the mine, not only while performing a task at the work place, as well as during a descent into the mine leaving the cage on the working horizon, during the movement of mine workings on foot or underground transport to the work place. The research concerning of the attribution to the concept of "work with high risk "of stay of the workers in mine workings while of moving to the place of performing works during carrying out forensic engineering and technical examinations regarding investigation on causes and consequences of emergencies in the mining and underground conditions is carried out. Investigating normative documents and regulations and other sources regarding the regulation of underground works, it possible to conclude that underground staying, namely moving to a workplace by mine working is an operational need, when the worker is located in a dangerous area where he can be exposed to action of hazardous and/or a harmful production factor of natural or anthropogenic origin, therefore the movement of workers in mine workings to the place of performing works is classified as "work with increased danger".
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