Faruk Çelik, Minister of Labor and Social Security, traveled from Eskişehir to Ankara by high-speed train, where he came from Bursa by road.
Answering the questions of journalists in Eskişehir, Çelik said that they are reconsidering the legislation on dangerous works. Asked about the mine collapse that caused the death of 4 workers in Mihalıççık recently, Çelik said, “Our project-based inspections on mines continue. In the past months, there has been a regular inspection at this dent site. There is no problem in terms of controls. The deficiencies were fixed. We are making a great effort to determine them. Our legislation on dangerous works
We take it again. We classify working areas as less dangerous, dangerous and very dangerous. This law came to Parliament. We will take into account the problems experienced in the field, and hopefully we will discuss them in the sub-commissions and the commission. We try to minimize accidents as much as possible. Unfortunately, accidents happen ”.
Stating that there are demands for contracted personnel, Çelik said, “It is said that our Prime Minister has a promise. If our Prime Minister had such a word, we said, 'We recruited 198 thousand people, we recruit contracted personnel from the municipality with 17 thousand 800 people'. These studies are ongoing. I have not yet had the opportunity to present this to the Council of Ministers. Work continues in the areas needed regarding the personnel regime ”.
Later, Minister Çelik went to Ankara with YHT, Eskişehir Governor Dr. Kadir Koçdemir, Provincial Police Chief Naci Kuru, and Odunpazarı Mayor Burhan Sakallı sent off.
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