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REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL SECURITY DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY. Kasım ÖZER General Director of OHS. CONTENT:. Current Situation of Shipyard Industry in Turkey Employment Figure Problems and Solutions. SITUATION IN TURKEY.

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REPUBLIC OF TURKEY

MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL SECURITY

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

Kasım ÖZER

General Director of OHS

content
CONTENT:
  • Current Situation of Shipyard Industry in Turkey
  • Employment Figure
  • Problems and Solutions
situation in turkey
SITUATION IN TURKEY

SELLING ORDERS (2007)

No. of Orders

Turkey was taking 23th place in 2002.

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SITUATION IN TURKEY

Number of Shipyards

employment in shipyards

100.000 Workers

Additional Employment in Supply Industry

SITUATION IN TURKEY

EMPLOYMENT IN SHIPYARDS
stanbul tuzla region
İSTANBUL – TUZLA REGION
  • 46 active shipyards (54% of total),
  • Full schedule until year 2012,
  • 1,3 million m2 working area for those 46,

(twice of normal area for 1)

  • Approx. 500 sub-contractors operate,
  • Approx. 24.000 workers employed,
  • Of 24.000 workers; 19.000 employed by sub-contractors,
  • A number of unregistered workplaces.
basic problems
BASIC PROBLEMS
  • Small working areas,
  • Overtime working,
  • Insufficient OHS measures,
  • Insufficient OHS and vocational trainings,
  • Unregistered employment,
  • Obstacles arising from sub-contracting,
  • Lack of safety culture.
specific problems
SPECIFIC PROBLEMS

Lack of;

  • Risk assessment applications,
  • Training programs,
  • Occupational health surveillance,
  • Fire squads and exercises,
  • Periodical controls for lifting equipments,
  • Protection against electrical hazards,
  • Protective activities for explosive atmospheres,
  • PPE use.
solutions
SOLUTIONS
  • Legislative activities,
  • Occupational health and safety trainings for employers, OHS professionals and employees,
  • Occupational exposure measurements,
  • Continuous inspections on
      • occupational health and safety,
      • legal issues,
  • Administrative fines,
  • Suspending the operations of enterprises,
  • Closure of workplaces.
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SOLUTIONS

LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES

  • Work Act 2003, Article 77,

Obligations of employers:

    • Controlling whether the OHS measures are obeyed or not at the workplace,
    • Informing workers about occupational risks to be faced with, measures to be taken and their legal rights and responsibilities,
    • Ensure that the required OHS trainings are given to workers.
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SOLUTIONS

LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES

  • Amendments for Work Act 2008,
    • Vocational training obligation for those work in heavy and hazardous works defined in the related implementing regulation,
    • Written contract obligation between employer and sub-contractor,
    • Joint responsibility for sub-contractor with employer.
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SOLUTIONS

TRAININGS

“Protocol for Improving Occupational Health and Safety in Shipyards” 25.02.2008

  • DGOHS
  • CASGEM (Training Unit of MoLLS)
  • GISBIR (Turkish Shipbuilders’ Association)
  • Dok-Gemi Is (Trade Union for Shipyard Workers)
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SOLUTIONS

“Protocol for Improving Occupational Health and Safety in Shipyards”

Measurements

(March-September)

192 Heavy metal

379 Dust

27 Gas

72 Vibration

319 Noise

Training Participants

(March-April/2008)

95 Sub-contractor

39 Employer

102 Occ. safety expert

368 Engineer

(August-2008)

17.000 Worker

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SOLUTIONS

INSPECTIONS

In last two years;

  • Totally 203 inspection,
  • Operations suspended in 19,
  • 7 Closed,
  • 2.300.000,00 TL (~ € 1.1 million) administrative fine applied to workplaces.
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THANK YOU

www.isggm.gov.tr

kozer@csgb.gov.tr