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Deputies of the Committee considered amendments and additions to the law "On industrial safety of hazardous production facilities" as one of the first issues during the next meeting. The law-in-draft proposed by the Government is being prepared for adoption in the second reading.

This law-in-draft has been prepared in the framework of harmonization of Pridnestrovian legislation with Russian, as well as to simplify the activities of business entities.

There is a law in the Russian Federation, in which hazardous production facilities are divided into classes depending on the level of potential danger.

Proceeding from this, equipment and facilities that will be assigned to the first hazard class will be checked at least once a year. Objects assigned to the second class will be inspected no more than once every three years. The same facilities whose equipment will be assigned to the third class will not be checked at all.

Nowadays, when technologies are developing rapidly and equipment is being modernized, those facilities that were hazardous to health yesterday did not fall into these categories.

According to the developers of the law-in-draft and the Committee’s deputies, this approach will lead to the optimization of administrative procedures in relation to small businesses that operate, as a rule, hazardous production facilities of II and III class. In addition, the effectiveness of state supervision in relation to hazardous production facilities of hazard class I will be increased.

Deputies of the Committee on Enterprise and Industry Development will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt this law-in-draft in final reading.

In addition, at the first reading meeting, the deputies discussed the law-in-draft on amendments to the law “On Procurement in Pridnestrovie”.

In developing new provisions, the experience of the Russian Federation was taken as a basis. In the process of discussing the new procurement planning procedure by the deputy corps and representatives of the executive authorities, a joint decision was made at this stage to abandon procurement planning during the formation of draft republican and local budgets. This decision was connected with the existence of a deficit budget of the republic for several years. This, according to the deputies, may complicate the formation of plans within the budgets for the next financial year.

In connection with this law-in-draft, it is stipulated that customers will formulate procurement plans not in the process of preparing draft budgets, but within the limits established by the budget law, and approve them within 30 days after the official publication of the budget law for the corresponding year.

Deputies of the Committee will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt this law-in-draft in the first reading.