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Saturday, March 17, 2018

In the ranking of the most hazardous industries were the Central Bank and the Embassy

The social insurance Fund (SIF) has developed a document which ranked the activities according to the principle of injury, according to RBC. Based on this list of employers will be offered discounts or extra charges to insurance tariffs, but the list raises a number of questions.

photo: Kirill Iskoldsky

The idea of FSS is to identify the average insurance claims on a particular production. If any of the businesses related to it, will work with fewer insurance claims, he will give a discount to contributions from big — Supplement.

From the document it should expect that the first five positions in the number of insurance claims is a mining and aluminum production. However, already in sixth place on the “danger” is in the Prosecutor’s office, followed by the Central Bank, the Post of Russia and the constitutional court.

The rating is based on the number of insurance cases per thousand employees: in the top five, their number varies from 40 to 23.5, prosecutors — almost 7, employees of the Central Bank — 5,8, etc.

From the list it turns out that the work in the Embassy is only slightly less dangerous work in the circus, and to be a sociologist much riskier than physical activity.

Thus, paradoxically, for the duration of the hospital leading people, working on the preparations for the sale of housing (580 days), second place (447 days) is agents for the sale of textile products.

However, there is absolutely safe production. These include the growing of fruit, nuts and tobacco, and the rearing of earthworms.

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