13755
Mining Accidents Down 40%
Economy, Domestic Economy

Mining Accidents Down 40%

The number of mining accidents in Iran reduced by 40 percent in the past Iranian calendar year (ended March 20) compared with the previous year, head of mines supervision bureau in the ministry of industry, mine and trade, Vahid Abedini told ISNA, anticipating as much as 70 percent decline in the number of such incidents in the current Iranian year. Noting that the ministry of industry, mine and trade has successfully implemented measures to impose stricter supervision on mine safety, Abedini said the ministry has formed a joint working group with the ministry of cooperatives, labor and social affairs to improve mine safety. In addition to imposing stricter supervision, the official noted that the ministry has provided incentives to small-scale mines to help them improve their safety equipment, while compelling mines with more than 25 personnel to recruit technical and safety officials.

Short URL : http://goo.gl/xwy2vi

You can also read ...

Central Bank of Iran Against Market Intervention
Central Bank of Iran's Governor Abdolnasser Hemmati said the...
VDMA Backs Iran Trade
Germany’s plastics and rubber machinery trade association,...
New Forex Initiative Unable to Tip Scales
The new forex initiative has only managed to fix major policy...
Musk Bid for Tesla Still Murky
Tesla Inc’s board named a special committee of three directors...
Tehran Shows 4th Biggest Upturn in Economist’s Livability Index
Tehran is one of the top five cities in the world to have...
Equity-Based Sukuk Return to Iran Capital Market
The government is set to clear part of its debt to Social...
S. Korea Bans Recalled BMWs Over Fire Fears
The South Korean government has said it will ban about 20,000...
Over €81m Worth of Airport Equipment Purchased  Post JCPOA
Iran Airports & Air Navigation Company, an arm of the...

Trending

Googleplus