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This is the name of the traditional appeal of the editor-in-chief, doctor of technical sciences N.V. Trubitsyna to readers of the Journal "Industrial Safety" in the first in 2017 number. It is out of print and sent to subscribers.

The "Editor's Word" expresses the hope that with the support of the state, the problems of industrial safety will be solved by scientists and production teams more effectively, will remain the focus of attention of all interested parties in the future. This is confirmed by the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference, scheduled for May, dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Federal Law No. 116-FZ "On Industrial Safety of Hazardous Production Facilities". This, emphasizes N.V. Trubitsyn, one of the key events of the year. Already now it stimulates in the regions the actualization of issues of industrial security. And Kuzbass is not an exception, the editor-in-chief of the industry publication thinks. She reminds readers that here, on the initiative of the regional administration, there has recently been a broad discussion on the development of the coal industry and, accordingly, the solution of problems related to the safety of miner's work. The holding of this forum was topical, because despite significant achievements in reducing injuries, for every 19 million tons of coal mined, there is one miner's life. Therefore, both regional and federal authorities encourage research and production teams to search for and develop innovative solutions and so-called smart systems for ensuring industrial safety at coal mining enterprises in the country. On the one hand, this causes optimism in connection with a reduction in the risk of accidents, but on the other hand, in the opinion of N.V. Trubitsyna, "there is a strong opposition from some coal companies in connection with the growth of financial costs for security, which are perceived as an additional" burden "on business."

The solution of industrial safety problems should be a priority for all teams of scientists, design engineers and profile research structures of the Kuznetsk basin, the editor-in-chief of Industrial Safety says in his appeal. People who share this belief represent today the author's backbone of the Journal. The industry edition accumulates their intellectual potential. And it shows every new issue of the Industrial Safety.

That's the one that you hold in your hands, reflects the editorial policy, which is subject to the common professional interest and civil duty for all of us - to contribute to the reduction of accidents and catastrophes in the mines of the country. Our task is to promote the conclusion of the miner's profession from the category of the most dangerous professions in the world. This is the potential of our publication, emphasizes N.V. Trubitsyna.

Someone, she stresses, probably already knows, but it's not a sin to repeat: our Journal is now presented in the electronic scientific library "CyberLeninka". Publications have been publicly available since 2006. "This is an important step for our publication and a significant result of the establishment of partnership with the electronic library, which is a part of the world's top 10 electronic depositories of scientific publications."

The editorial office reminds users that in the "CyberLeninka" Journal "Industrial Safety" received a "permanent residence permit" under the link: http://cyberleninka.ru/journal/n/vestnik-nauchnogo-tsentra-po-bezopasnosti-rabot-v-ugolnoy-promyshlennosti

We remind you that all relevant information about the Journal is still published on the portal of the group of companies "VostEKO" and "Gornyi-TSOT" http://indsafe.ru

In a word, you can access any of these sources and let's hope that this "multi-channel" system will be convenient for readers of the Journal and our partners.

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