Industrial monitoring program is a document that includes name, terms, frequency and type of operations to b implemented according to the type of production. It is implemented in order to provide in-process monitoring of compliance with sanitary hygienic norms.
Frequency of industrial monitoring shall be defined individually according to the order of the director based on the Sanitary-epidemiological legislation. As a rule, an average period for industrial monitoring is 1-2 years.
The following types of companies are subject industrial monitoring:
Other production or public areas, sanitary-protection areas, equipment and transport, technological processes, workplaces, raw materials, semi-finished products, finished products, wastes of production and consumption.
Article 32 of Federal Law No.52-FZ dated March 30, 1999 on Sanitary-epidemiological well-being;
RF Law No.2300-1 dated 07.02.1992 on Protection of consumers (rev. 18.07.2011);
Article 22 of Federal Law No.29-FZ dated January 2, 2000 on Quality and safety of food products;
Article 26 of Federal Law No.89-FZ dated June 24, 1998 on Waste of production and consumption;
Federal Law No.181-FZ dated July 17, 1999 on the Labor safety basis in the RF;
RF Governmental Decree No.554 dated July 24, 2000 on Approval of Regulation regarding state sanitary-epidemiological service and norms of sanitary-epidemiological service in the Russian Federation (revised on February 6, 2004, November 17, 2004, September 15, 2015);
RF Governmental Decree No.263 dated March 10, 1999 on Arrangement and performance of industrial monitoring of compliance with industrial safety requirements in hazardous production (revised on February 1, 2005)