The State Emergency Service of Ukraine has joined the Pilot Module for planning state supervision (control) activities to launch the IAS SSC (Integrated Automated System of State Supervision and Control). From now on, the information on inspections, first of all, on fire safety in public institutions, is available at https://inspections.gov.ua/
In particular, the portal provides access to the information on inspections of entertainment centers, health facilities, as well as schools and kindergartens, as part of a large-scale campaign launched by the SES in 2018.
“As of today, the SES detected more than 15,000 violations, more than 5,000 of which have not been eliminated for a long time. 1,319 facilities, including 937 pre-school and school facilities, 56 hospitals providing in-patient treatment, 326 shopping and entertainment centers and leisure facilities, have been already inspected. Just in Kyiv, violations were detected at “Magellan” and “Dream Town” shopping centers. It is proposed to close the “Altairovsky” shopping center in Odesa, the “Nikos” shopping center and the “Kolibris” supermarket in the Rivne region. The citizen’s safety should have top priority. From now on, our activity will become even more public, and every Ukrainian citizen will be able to visit the IAS website and see the results of inspections of public establishments in their city,” the Head of the SES of Ukraine Mykola Chechotkin said.
In turn, Oleksiy Honcharuk, Head of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO), said that the fact that the SES joined the IAS indicated a change in approaches used by government bodies.
“The state is changing. And we can see these changes. Government agencies becomes more transparent. Today 18 state supervisory bodies are working on the IAS Pilot module; information on more than 108 thousand scheduled inspections, more than 2,000 of which already have the results, and on more than 3,000 unscheduled inspections for 2018 are collected there. And we are glad that the SES has also joined this process,” the BRDO Head said.
As of today, the SES has already published the results of 45 scheduled and 50 unscheduled inspections.
The pilot module for planning state supervision (control) measures to launch the IAS SSC was developed by the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine together with the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine and with the support of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO) in 2017. The functionality of the IAS Pilot module is constantly improved: initially, it was used only to help plan state supervision (control) measures for 2018, and today it even allows to publish and collect the results of state supervision (control) measures.