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Shipyard in Amur region fined for explosion and death of a person

Shipyard in Amur region fined for explosion and death of a person
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The Blagoveshchensk city court fined a shipyard in the Amur Region for an explosion that led to the death of a woman painter who was at the plant during an emergency. In the case of violation of fire safety requirements, a decision was made on a fine of 300 thousand rubles.

As the Interfax with reference to the press service of the court, the sanction for the enterprise provided for a fine from 600 thousand to one million rubles. However, the court decided that such an amount was too burdensome and could lead to restrictions on the rights and interests of a legal entity. The court considered the partial admission of guilt by the plant and the measures taken to eliminate the violations identified as a mitigating circumstance.

The investigation of the criminal case continues. The investigation concluded that the death of the woman was related to violations of labor protection by the shop foreman. The man is accused of violating labor protection requirements, which inadvertently led to the death of a person.

Last November after vapor ignition three workers got burns of varying severity while cleaning the hull of a small fishing vessel for painting. A 26-year-old female painter was admitted to the hospital. She later died.

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