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The head of the Main Directorate of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Major General of the Internal Service Nikolai Vasiliev, got acquainted with the new production site, which was located in the correctional colony.
Now 5 convicts are employed at the site. In the future, it is planned to expand the staff to 10 people, who will produce 1000 lamps per month.
The development of a high-tech direction within the walls of the correctional institution will provide in-system supplies of LED products, and in the future, these products will be involved in energy service contracts, which are aimed at saving operating costs by increasing energy efficiency and introducing new technologies.
– To ensure employment of convicts in correctional colonies of the GUFSIN of Russia in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the development of the production of new types of products is being carried out, production sites are being opened, modern machinery and equipment are being purchased. For example, in IK-27, new additional equipment was purchased and installed in the amount of 4.5 million rubles for the production of margarine. Several new sites have opened in IK-31. The entrepreneurs have placed there equipment for the production of LED lamps, polystyrene concrete blocks, and polymer processing.
Today, close cooperation has been established with the administration of Krasnoyarsk – convicts detained in IK-27, by order of the administrations of the districts of Krasnoyarsk, make garbage cans, and in IK-6 they make furniture for kindergartens and schools, Nikolai Vasiliev said.
According to the convicts, the job is interesting, well paid, and the acquired labor skills will certainly come in handy after release. In addition, the employment of convicts makes it possible to pay off claims under orders of execution from the harm caused to the injured citizens and alimony obligations.
Press service of the GUFSIN of Russia for the Krasnoyarsk Territory
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