Outsourcing of electrical workers working without safety equipment


In a village in the Pardahan Island area, a private company working on a transformer without safety equipment?
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Mau. In the district, hired and energy outsourcing workers are correcting mistakes by keeping their lives in their hands. The claim to provide other facilities, including the safety kit, is limited to paper only. In the event of an accident, the family does not even receive help from the government. As for the agents, knowing all this, they are putting the lives of these employees at stake. In nine subdivisions of the district’s three divisions, about 600 employees have been deployed under contract and subcontracting to various electrical substations in the district, including the city. It is rainy season. In this case, the faults are more and more. But these employees do not receive security equipment and other facilities at the departmental level. Without safety equipment, they are being mounted on poles to correct the breakdown. In this situation, these employees are fulfilling their responsibility by taking life in hand. But suppose that if an accident occurs, the members of his family do not receive any help from the government. Due to the absence of safety equipment, contract workers and subcontracted workers are becoming victims of one or another accident. If it is seen, the department only works with contracted and subcontracted staff. According to departmental sources, the number of permanent line employees in the district is less than 30. According to the rules, only one line player can board an electric pole. But contractors in the department and the company are putting hired employees on sticks to do the job, this too without any safety equipment. Not only that, when some major or minor fault occurs, it is corrected by these employees. is built. According to the rules, rubber gloves, plasma, screwdriver, tester, hammock, seat belt, helmet, footwear are mandatory for these employees. Without safety, workers working at a height of 30 to 40 feet work without seat belts. According to the rules, hired employees should get the facilities of EPF, ESI. With this, in case of accident, they can get a treatment facility with the help of the government. But it is nothing like that. In the event of an accident, employees are helped by collecting donations. Labor leader Suryadev Pandey says hired and subcontracted employees do not receive safety equipment. All facilities, including the ESI, are provided on paper. Neither are work district meetings held. Ramchandra Sonkar died on June 11, 2016 while working on the high voltage line in Moongmas under the Kopaganj police station area. On July 5, 2017 near Kadipur Tadianv primary school, contract electrician Ramkeval had died when the power supply suddenly started while he was making a fault. Anil Kumar Mishra, executive engineer, electricity distribution division, said all facilities, including safety equipment, are being provided to all contract and outsourcing employees in the electrical substations for the government-designated agency. Actions will be taken against the interested party if any discrepancy is detected in the inspection.

Mau. In the district, hired and energy outsourcing workers are correcting mistakes by keeping their lives in their hands. The claim to provide other facilities, including the safety kit, is limited to paper only. In the event of an accident, the family does not even receive help from the government. As for the agents, knowing all this, they are putting the lives of these employees at stake. In nine subdivisions of the district’s three divisions, about 600 employees have been deployed under contract and subcontracting to various electrical substations in the district, including the city. It is rainy season. In this case, the faults are more and more. But these employees do not receive security equipment and other facilities at the departmental level. Without safety equipment, they are being mounted on poles to correct the breakdown. In this situation, these employees are fulfilling their responsibility by taking life in hand. But suppose that if an accident occurs, the members of his family do not receive any help from the government. Due to the absence of safety equipment, contract workers and subcontracted workers are becoming victims of one or another accident. If it is seen, the department only works with contracted and subcontracted staff. According to departmental sources, the number of permanent line employees in the district is less than 30. According to the rules, only one line player can board an electric pole. But contractors in the department and the company are putting hired employees on sticks to do the job, this too without any safety equipment. Not only that, when some major or minor fault occurs, it is corrected by these employees. is built. According to the rules, rubber gloves, plasma, screwdriver, tester, hammock, seat belt, helmet, footwear are mandatory for these employees. Without safety, workers working at a height of 30 to 40 feet work without seat belts. According to the rules, hired employees should get the facilities of EPF, ESI. With this, in case of accident, they can get a treatment facility with the help of the government. But it is nothing like that. In the event of an accident, employees are helped by collecting donations. Labor leader Suryadev Pandey says hired and subcontracted employees do not receive safety equipment. All facilities, including the ESI, are provided on paper. Neither are work district meetings held. Ramchandra Sonkar died on June 11, 2016 while working on the high voltage line in Moongmas under the Kopaganj police station area. On July 5, 2017 near Kadipur Tadianv primary school, contract electrician Ramkeval had died when the power supply suddenly started while he was making a fault. Anil Kumar Mishra, executive engineer, electricity distribution division, said all facilities, including safety equipment, are being provided to all contract and outsourcing employees in the electrical substations for the government-designated agency. Actions will be taken against the interested party if any discrepancy is detected in the inspection.

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