The stagnation state of the market for the certification of workplaces is analyzed, the latest ideas for this certification are presented. A decrease in the quality of conducting workplace certification and imperfect implementation of the results obtained in the practical activities of the enterprises or institutions are established. Characteristic shortcomings and the ways to eliminate them were identified. The coefficients of preferential rates for employees that directly depend on the class of harm and (or) danger of the certified workplace are given.
Diagrams of distribution of the participants in the market of workplace certification in the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation for 2020 are shown. When analyzing them, it was found that there are not enough professional market participants in the field of occupational safety in the Republic of Uzbekistan, they are mainly concentrated in the capital region.
A hypothesis was developed about the need for a qualitative improvement in the system of workplace certification, according to which it was proposed to create a special commission at the state level to monitor the implementation of prescriptions based on the results of certification. Characteristic shortcomings and omissions in the workplace certification system are considered. Measures are proposed to improve the quality of this procedure. To increase the efficiency of measures taken within the framework of occupational safety, a scheme was developed for conducting the workplace certification in the Republic of Uzbekistan. It reflects the need to conduct a preliminary survey of workers employed at the certified workplaces about their working conditions. To improve the activities in the field of workplace certification for working conditions and equipment injury risk, a mechanism for quantitative and qualitative expansion of participants in the workplace certification market in the Republic of Uzbekistan is proposed, which should facilitate the formation of a full-fledged competitive (market) environment. Increasing the number of market participants in the field of occupational safety in the Republic of Uzbekistan will allow to improve the quality of conducting workplace certification, as well as improve statistical practices and reporting on the state of working conditions in the organizations and industrial enterprises.
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