Kakha Kaladze: The Municipal Inspection revealed 3 construction sites in Tbilisi, where safety rules were violated, and all three of them were fined 30 thousand GEL

According to the capital's Mayor, Kakha Kaladze, as a result of monitoring, the Municipal Inspection revealed 3 construction sites in Tbilisi, where safety rules were violated, and all three of them were fined 30 thousand GEL.

As Kakha Kaladze explained at the government meeting, construction works on all three facilities have been suspended.

"The Municipal inspection monitors various facilities on a daily basis and, of course, and makes appropriate decisions. As a result of yesterday's monitoring, we identified 3 objects where construction safety rules were violated. You know how much we care about the safety of people. This is very important, first of all, for people who work directly on construction sites. First of all, they themselves should be motivated to be able to work in a safe environment in every way, and of course their supervisors should be so as well. Their employers have a direct obligation to ensure the safety of people working at the construction sites," said Kakha Kaladze.

The Mayor called on the owners of the construction sites to take more responsibility in the construction processes.

"First of all, I would like to appeal to the head of the Municipal Inspection as well as my deputy to pay maximum attention and, of course, to conduct daily monitoring, so that safety norms are strictly implemented at construction sites. As for the construction sites themselves and their owners - specific responsible persons who are tasked with observing safety norms, I call and address them to approach construction processes more responsibly, because it concerns safety and human life and health. Therefore, it is very important to continue this monitoring and to respond accordingly to all the cases detected," said the Mayor.

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