The Perm factory has come under sanctions to evade inspection


The plant turned to the business ombudsman for help
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The Lysvensky Petroleum Engineering Plant (Permian Territory) managed to avoid a planned on-site inspection by the State Labor Inspectorate. The company had to check how the norms of labor legislation and labor protection are observed. The general manager of the factory turned to the business ombudsman of the Kama region for help. This was announced in the press service to the Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights.

“The general manager of the factory indicated that in a situation of extremely difficult economic situation due to the introduction of a strict sanctions regime, such a comprehensive inspection will require additional manpower, time and financial costs. However, this will have a negative impact on the company’s current economic activity, “the press service added.

Business ombudsman Pavel Novoselov sent a complaint to the labor inspectorate, noting the Russian government’s decree, which came into force banning almost all planned inspections of companies by the end of 2022, and asking them to consider resigning. . As a result, the test was canceled.

The countries of the European Union, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and many other countries, have imposed harsh sanctions against Russia in response to a special operation by the Russian Federation on Ukrainian territory. The pressure of sanctions on Russia has been going on since the early 2000s and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that their goal is “the abolition of Russia, the banning of its culture, the taboo of the truth about Russia’s history and its role in the world’s most important events.”

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The Lysvensky Petroleum Engineering Plant (Permian Territory) managed to avoid a planned on-site inspection by the State Labor Inspectorate. The company had to check how the norms of labor legislation and labor protection are observed. The general manager of the factory turned to the business ombudsman of the Kama region for help. This was announced in the press service to the Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights. “The general manager of the factory indicated that in a situation of extremely difficult economic situation due to the introduction of a strict sanctions regime, such a comprehensive inspection will require additional manpower, time and financial costs. However, this will have a negative impact on the company’s current economic activity, “the press service added. inspections of companies by the end of 2022 and asked them to consider the issue of cancellation.As a result, the test was canceled.The European Union countries, as well as the US, Canada, Japan and many other countries, imposed harsh sanctions against Russia in response to a special operation Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that their goal is to “eliminate Russia, ban its culture, taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events “.

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