EXPERT STUDY OF CAUSAL RELATION FOR ARRANGEMENT OF WORK AT WORKING AREA


Keywords: working area, acts of legislation, research method, regulatory acts in labour safety, casual relation, technological and project documents, coal mine.

Abstract

Coal mining at working areas of coal mines is a complex and multifaceted process causing a wide range of hazards for employees. Arrangement of work at working area is determined by many acts of legislation and regulatory acts in labour safety. The circumstances are likely to cause safety rules violation resulting in incident (emergency, safety incident). The study of such situations requires a forensic expert to be familiar with the proper methodological base of mining and engineering expert study.

Aim of the paper: to develop a model of casual relation determining between safety incident occurrence and persons, whose action (inaction) resulted in incident preconditions during the technological process at working area.

For reliable results obtaining the following methods were applied: analysis of acts of legislation and regulatory acts in labour safety, as well as engineering and logical analysis.

Practical paper results consist in determining a group of persons, whose action (inaction) resulted in incident preconditions during the technological process at working area of coal mine, by forensic expert carrying out mining and engineering expert study by means of the model of casual relation.

Considering the results of analysis of acts of legislation and regulatory acts in labour safety determining the requirements to the technological and project documents for working area with application of engineering and logical approach the model was developed for casual relation determining between safety incident occurrence and persons, whose action (inaction) resulted in incident preconditions during the technological process at working area. The model is helpful for determining the peculiarities of action (inaction) of persons being under the proper conditions in direct or indirect casual relation with an incident.

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Published
2019-12-04
How to Cite
MukhaО., & ShaikhlislamovaІ. (2019). EXPERT STUDY OF CAUSAL RELATION FOR ARRANGEMENT OF WORK AT WORKING AREA. Theory and Practice of Forensic Science and Criminalistics, 20(2), 444-454. https://doi.org/10.32353/khrife.2.2019.35
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FORENSIC BUILDING-TECHNICAL AND EVALUATION-CONSTRUCTION EXPERTISES