Construction tests will be planned by an informational system2014-04-18
In order to verify whether construction authorization documents are legal, the State Territorial Planning and Construction Inspectorate (STPCI) under the Ministry of Environment now uses the recently created Operational Planning and Risk Control Informational System (RCIS). Bit by bit, this method will be used to determine which construction objects and participants must be verified, and the next year's verification plans will be drafted entirely using RCIS data.
The first step in creating this program was to determine the criteria that would define the risk profile of a particular construction project or participant and to define the meaning of these indicators. A mathematical model was then created to evaluate them, and the RCIS would then use this model to rank construction objects and subjects according to their risk profile. National construction oversight officials can instantly access lists of construction authorization documents, contractors, technical supervisors and other construction participants or objects that they'd like to verify. The more risky a particular construction participant or construction process is, the more often it will be verified.
The RCIS is linked to the “Infostatyba” system, which can issue construction authorization documents and track instances of unauthorized construction, various violations, and the results of completed verifications. The new system collects data from “Infostatyba” and other sources and processes it according to its own given criteria. This eliminates the influence of the human factor when choosing verification plans, makes these plans more objective and effective, and reduces the amount of work required and funds used.
Public Information Division