Bezpieczeństwo Pracy i Ochrona Środowiska w Górnictwie (Work Safety and Environmental Protection in Mining) 2018/08
Category: BP i Ochr. Śr. w Górnictwie
Published: Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:36
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- Prevention of mining disasters in opencast exploitation of lignite deposit
In brown coal opencast mines, disastrous threats related to mining plant operations are very important. The condition for effective counteracting such threats is the proper recognition of their potential and existing causes and effective risk management of their materialization. The article presents the most important principles of such counteraction, taking into account the author's many years of professional experience.
- Benefits for an employee due to an occupational disease
The article presents a catalog of benefits (one-off, short-term and long-term) due to an employee who became ill with a professional illness. One-off benefits include one-off compensation for an employee due to permanent or long-term health impairment (or to the employee's family due to his / her death), coverage of dental treatment costs, protective vaccinations and supply of orthopedic items. Short-term benefits include sickness benefit from accident insurance, rehabilitation benefit and compensatory allowance. On the other hand, long-term benefits are a disability pension, a training pension, a survivor's pension and a care allowance.
- Mining supervision activity in the MineLife project - Living with Mining of the European INTERREG Program Poland-Saxony 2014-2020
The development of the mining industry is inextricably linked with social acceptance. The mere awareness of the fact that current and future civilization is a civilization of raw materials is not enough for positive communication with the public. The European project MineLife - Życie z Górnictwa presented in the article, implemented as part of the Interreg Polska-Saxony program, is an example of cooperation between Polish and Saxon mining supervision and the self-government of the Lower Silesia Voivodship. The area of project activities on the Polish side includes the areas of the Jelenia Góra subregion in the Lower Silesia Voivodship and the Żary Poviat in the Zielona Góra Subregion in the Lubuskie Voivodship, and, on the other hand, the German Poviat of Görlitz and Bautzen. Activities undertaken as part of the project aim to get to know each other, deepen their competences and develop good practices in the form of a handbook for solving conflict situations. To date, as part of the project, 5 study trips have taken place (Bazilik "Sulików" mine, post-mining, reclaimed areas of the Łużyce Lakeland, uranium mine in Kowary, and the "Turów" and "Nochten" brown coal mines).
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