Labor Archives of
Tetiiv district of
History of Archive
In January 2007, the ninth session of the Tetiiv District Council of the fifth convocation approved the Program for the Preservation of Archival Documents Not Belonging to the National Archival Fund in the Tetiiv District for 2007-2010. The program provided for the creation of a labor archive in the area to preserve the documents of liquidated economic structures.
On September 20, 2007, the sixteenth session of the district council approved the Regulations on the Labor Archive of the Tetiiv district.
On December 4, 2007, the eighteenth session of the Tetiiv District Council approved the decision to establish a communal organization (institution) of the Tetiiv District Labor Archive, as well as the Charter of the Tetiiv District Labor Archive, and appointed Larysa Petrovna Stasiuk head of the Tetiiv District Labor Archive. The district council determined the premises for the archives in the administrative building of the district at the address: Petra Tsvetkova, 11 in Tetiiv, funds have been allocated for repairs - a 54 sq m archive storage facility was put into operation on October 30, 2007.
In December 2010, 2013 and January 2018, the sessions of the district council continued the Program of preservation of archival documents that do not belong to the National Archival Fund of Ukraine in Tetiiv district for 2011-2013, 2014-2017 and 2018-2020, respectively.
The labor archive of Tetiiv district is subordinated to the Founder - Tetiiv district council. In matters of organization and methodology of archival work is guided by orders, regulations, recommendations of the State Archival Service of Ukraine (State Archives), the State Archives of Kyiv region.
On October 20, 2016, the decision of the eleventh session of the Tetiiv District Council of the seventh convocation approved a new version of the Charter of the Labor Archive, taking into account changes in the Tax Code of Ukraine.
From December 4, 2007 to August 31, 2020, the head of the Labor Archive is Larysa Petrovna Stasiuk.
From September 1, 2020, a new head of the Labor Archive has been appointed - Nataliіa Korolovych.