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Introduction. The paper considers the application of a risk-based approach to improving the level of safety of hazardous production facilities. The presented approach ensures optimal use of labor, material and financial resources, contributes to greater efficiency of state control and supervision bodies.
Problem Statement. The analysis of the state of HPF industrial safety showed the need to change the principles of assessing the state and monitoring the compliance with industrial safety requirements. Reasonable methods should be used to adequately assess the safety of facilities and the frequency and validity of inspections.
Theoretical Part. The use of modern tools for monitoring, collecting and storing information on the state of industrial safety will allow supervisory authorities to plan inspections of hazardous production facilities taking into account their actual condition. This can significantly reduce the administrative burden on businesses.
Conclusions. The use of a risk-based approach in planning inspections will ensure a higher level of industrial safety without involving additional resources of regulatory authorities.
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