• A. Havaza
  • A. Khamkhil
Keywords: safety culture, mine safety, training, formation, management


The formation of the noxological (safe) thinking of a person is a strategic task of the education system in the context of forming its responsibility for the safety and viability of the social community. The culture of safety as a social phenomenon is represented in ideology, religion, science (contains knowledge about the safety of man and society), art, mythology, sports. At the same time, in its personal embodiment and security of life, as a characteristic of a person with his activity, is not one and the same. Safe life is a life according to the laws of safety (prevention, minimization, overcoming, elimination of consequences of harmful and dangerous factors). And the culture of personal safety includes a number of additional components - this is the motivation and experience of self-improvement in the readiness for a safe life.

In Ukraine, the concept of safety culture has been systematically implemented at domestic NPPs, aviation enterprises and supported by other industries, but its wider spread is hampered by the following reasons: unformed coherent state policy to form and implement a security culture strategy covering all areas of people’s activity ; lack of a supervisory coordination and methodological center that will facilitate the implementation of organizational approaches to improving the situation regarding the formation of a security culture; insufficient attention is paid to safety culture in education, education and education.

Legislation stipulates that local state administrations, local self-government bodies in cooperation with central executive authorities, state bodies and national mine action bodies, within their powers, inform the population about possible threats from explosive objects and measures that should be taken to avoid them. life and health.

Mine action operators involved with relevant mine action entities in the implementation of mine action activities, in cooperation with the national mine action body, may carry out such mine action activities, in particular: conducting training on counteracting the risks associated with explosive hazards objects; provision of information (propaganda) on non-use of explosive objects. That is, we can talk about the adoption of a conceptual legislative act, the nuances of which should be regulated by a number of by-laws to regulate specific areas, in particular the formation of a mine security culture.


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