Completion and results of the first training Oct 07

Ukrainian Team  
On 7 October was the last stage of the first training within the project "Raising Knowledge among Students and Teachers on Tailings Safety and Its Legislative Review in Ukraine".
On this day, the trainees presented their reports on the work of the week: listening to lectures, visit tailings facility of the Dnipropetrovsk TPP, working with documents of the enterprise, completing the questionnaire and the calculations.
An important step was to present the methodology of theoretical propositions to improve the safety of tailings, which did Dmitry Rudakov and Irina Nikolaeva.


Tatiana Zavgorodnyaya, manager of the Environmental Safety Department of DTEK ENERGY introduced listeners he object of study, tailings of the Prydniprovsk power station




Work at the plant included an excursion to the Pridniprovsk TPP, a visit to the tailings, as well as work with enterprise documentation. All  training participants appreciated the opportunity to visit the tailings and get acquainted in practice with the difficulties in the management of such facilities. An important step was the interviewing company personnel.





After the visit at the tailings and work with documents of the enterprise teams have been working on the calculation of the level of security. The resulting data - it is an intermediate option, which is not completely take into account the different aspects of the object.
The final step was to present the results of the training groups of students.













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PROJECT RESULTS
Methodology for TMF safety improvement 
Template Checklist for TMF

Analysis of the Ukrainian legislation and administrative situation on TMF

Analysis of Ukrainian legislation compliance with the requirements of Directive 2006/21/EC on the management of waste from the extractive industries and Roadmap of its implementation in the context of improving TMFs safety


Map of the TMFs in Ukraine


*This project is financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety with means of the Advisory Assistance Programme for Environmental Protection in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. It is supervised by the German Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt, UBA). The content of this publication lies within the responsibility of the authors.