It is designed to improve employee safety in the workplace
All employees of Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding have had their workwear for construction sites changed, said General Director of Mosinzhproekt JSC Yuri Kravtsov.
“Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding is engaged in implementing key infrastructure projects of the Russian capital, so the quality of work and occupational safety at construction sites are our top priority. A year ago, the company made a major effort to implement best practices in occupational health and safety, work quality, and environmental protection. Transformation processes have involved not only structural changes in the holding. It was also decided to make changes in workwear design for Mosinzhproekt employees working at the sites,” noted Yuri Kravtsov.
Mosinzhproekt presented new workwear for work on sites
According to Vladimir Dorovskiy, Deputy General Director for Quality, Safety and Health Protection, Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection at Mosinzhproekt JSC, the new workwear will improve the safety of employees at work.
The new uniforms are made universal in a high-visibility version, so now there is no need to additionally wear a vest in warning colours on top. The fabric of the suit complies with the European standard EN 471 for high visibility clothing.
“The bright color of the uniform will help the Mosinzhproekt employees be visible on the construction site at any time of the day or night. This is especially important for our facilities, where there is a large number of simultaneous operations and a high traffic of special vehicles,” said Vladimir Dorovskiy.
He clarified that the design of new workwear considered the wishes of specialists of the holding directly involved in construction sites. The uniform has not only waterproof trim, high visibility light-reflecting inserts, and bright color but also well-thought-out ergonomics. In particular, the uniform has more pockets, and their location is designed considering operational needs.
“The new overalls are thought-out to the very smallest detail,” concluded the Deputy General Director of Mosinzhproekt.