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Ensuring health, safety and providing high-quality medical services to employees are the basis for stable operations.

Enter Engineering takes care of the health of its employees and prevents occupational and work-related illnesses.

The Group is improving working conditions for its employees, arranging for prevention and education, and introducing advanced personal protective equipment (PPE).

In the health, occupational and safety area, the main goal is to have a zero-injury rate, and to completely mitigate the risks of accidents.

Our health, safety and environmental management system is based on the following international best practice:

  • ISO 14001: 2004 — Environmental Management Systems. Requirements and guidance for use
  • OHSAS 18001: 2007 — Occupational health and safety management systems

Our Health and Safety Principles

  • We comply with all laws and regulations related to all health, safety and protection issues.
  • We have made it our responsibility to identify and eliminate health and safety risks in a timely manner and we do everything to prevent them.
  • We provide systematic training and instruction to our employees and contractors in order to raise awareness and responsibility.
  • When selecting contractors, we always ensure that they comply with Enter’s occupational health and safety requirements and we monitor it closely.
  • We regularly monitor and measure health safety indicators.

COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is the most obvious challenge facing the global economy, Uzbekistan, and the Group specifically. The Group has been able to continue operations, without work stoppages at any of its sites, due to strict safety and hygiene requirements, flexible work schedules and remote working.

Jointly with the Uzbekistan Temir Yollari JSC, construction work was carried out to build a hospital in the Zangiata district (Tashkent region) to accommodate citizens who have returned to Uzbekistan and to quarantine them in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The hospital was designed for 2,000 patients or quarantined citizens. More than 2,500 workers and 320 units of equipment were involved for construction and commissioning of the hospital, implemented by Enter Engineering.

The Group has also developed a plan of organizational, sanitary and anti-epidemic (preventive) measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, which was implemented on all projects and in a short time managed to implement the following:

  • Purchased preventive medicines, PPE and disinfectants
  • Procured 2 ambulances
  • Established quarantine areas at all Group facilities
  • Organised site hospitals
  • Purchased 5 laboratories for PCR tests and antibody tests
  • Implemented regular full-scale testing of personnel