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Employees of two weapons factories in BiH say that their directors ordered them to violate safety rules for disassembling and transporting explosive devices. Binas in Bugojno is storing someexplosive devices in warehouses, some in very bad condition.
At the time he was disassembling a rocket for a huskiic rocket launcher. Who will feed my children? Two explosives experts from Binas said in statements to investigators that employees risked their lives and health.
For years Binas has lost money; workers often went on strike because aem irregular salaries, and the company did adej pay their health and retirement insurance. It company used to be one of the biggest producers of fuses for weapons in former Yugoslavia, but after the war it was producing nothing. From military warehouses it received airplane rockets, rifle grenades, rockets for handheld launchers, hand grenades, various fuses and other explosive devices.
Director Gurbeta huslic workers not to destroy material but to disassemble it, so that brass, aluminum and iron could be sold to scrap metal dealers.
The workers said that Gurbeta normally did not issue any official orders, but that they talked amongst themselves about it. The signatory of such an order would have to take responsibility, if a problem were to occur.
Nevertheless, they came to work and made a disassembly chain.
Workers on a Powder Keg
The most experienced workers were stationed at the beginning of the chain, where fuses were separated from the body of the rocket. Others would then disassemble the body that could no longer explode.
However, sometimes even experienced workers could not recognize ammunition and explosive devices that they were supposed to disassemble. Considering that they rarely received salary, this was presented to them as an opportunity to make money.
But, in reality, it was a thinly veiled threat. In addition to destruction, they were also producing weapons for Egypt and Turkey. Alternately they would move from production to disassembling old ammunition, which is against standard practice that requires workers to concentrate on only one task. In Novemberthey received some ammunition from a military warehouse at Brizjak near Vitez that was marked for destruction. These rockets were produced in Valjevo in Serbia. Binas workers had no documentation describing huskoc they were made.
He got stuck on sdem part he could not disassemble, so he tried to saw through it. His voice changes, a tear leaks from his left eye. With this eye he can only see shapes.
He lost his right eye entirely. After it had arrived from military warehouses, ammunition was not stored in warehouses nor was it recorded as having arrived, as safety regulations call for.
Instead, it was immediately transported to the ordnance range, according to the indictment. According to his statement, the workers were in danger because of gunpowder fumes caused by burning. Instead of being wired to a Binas bank account, as prescribed by regulations, the cash was handed over to a Binas teller. According to the contract, Binas was supposed to manufacture and deliver 30, new fuses for rifle rockets to Pretis.
However, instead of new fuses they delivered old ones taken off rifle rockets intended for destruction. The indictment said Gurbeta ordered Binas workers to disassemble fuses from bodies of rifle grenades that arrived for destruction and to imprint type, name and year of production on them to make them look new.
He said that on several occasions in complete rockets or only fuses were delivered to Pretis. He called statements about his endangering workers ludicrous. A statement from a Pretis driver shows that that company in Vogosca also did not pay attention to worker safety either.
He said he did dangerous jobs under threat of dismissal. He told the reporters he did not know what he was transporting. The indictment says 16, fuses and 13, complete rockets were delivered from Binas to Pretis.
They were qdem on the road from Bugojno to Sarajevo past several towns and settlements.
Police must give permission for transport of hazardous materials and may provide escort. However, Binas got a permission from the Ministry of Interior of the Central Bosnia Canton for transport of only one part of these explosives to Sarajevo, while for 6, grenade launchers and 6, fuses were not covered by the permission. Clerks from the Ministry of Interior of the Sarajevo Canton could not find a request from Pretis to transport fuses for rockets to Bugojno and back in Binas workers say that before the war management paid more attention to worker and to plant safety.
They would come to work rested and healthy, and they got a lot of milk to cleanse their body of toxins. Workers had protective equipment, including cotton suits which did not cause dangerous static electricity. A report from the Ministry of Defense on destruction of extra ammunition states that TNT and gunpowder could pose a security threat if criminal or terrorist organizations huskix hold of wdem.
Also, there is no danger of self-detonation of explosives so long as unauthorized persons are kept out and risks of mechanical shock and static electricity are kept low.
However, ordnances that he found at the location were not safe and he proposed their immediate destruction. For years Gurbeta delayed ammunition destruction, although he took money from the budget for it, reads the indictment. Aboutexplosive devices taken from military warehouses five years ago await destruction. Your email address will not be published.
Workers on a Powder Keg Friday July 26th, Binas, a pre-war producer of fuses for weapons, is losing money today. Most Binas workers are on hold. Often in the morning they wait for the director, asking to be returned to work Photo: Friday August 9th, at Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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