On September 2, at the Kortston Hotel and Entertainment Complex in Kazan, Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin took part in a solemn event dedicated the 300th anniversary of the Russian mining and industrial supervision and the 65th anniversary of the Volga Department of the Russian Federal Service for Ecological, Technical and Atomic Supervision (Rostekhnadzor).
Pesoshin noted that the employees of the Volga Department of Rostekhnadzor perform their duties with professionalism in Tatarstan, the Republic of Mariy El and the Chuvash Republic, where the country's powerful industrial complex in the field of oil and gas production and refining, power engineering, chemical and metallurgical branches of industry, and the construction of hazardous production facilities, unique buildings and structures are dynamically developing.
“You bear an enormous responsibility for the prevention of technological accidents and disasters, as well as for the protection of human life and health. The importance of the tasks that Rostekhnadzor solves requires that each employee has remarkable skills and performs professional duties in a responsible manner,” he said.
Pesoshin noted that today the Volga Department of Rostekhnadzor supervises more than 9,000 hazardous production facilities and almost 120,000 energy security facilities. “The issue of ensuring the safety of their operation has always been and remains one of the priorities for Tatarstan, which has a large number of industrial facilities on its territory. A large amount of work was carried out at the facilities of TANECO, Nizhnekamskneftekhim, Tatneft, KAMAZ, TAIF-NK, Kazanorgsintez and other sites,” the Prime Minister of the republic emphasized.
Then, Pesoshin handed in state awards of the Republic of Tatarstan.