MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On July 23, Deputy Ministers of the EMERCOM of Russia Ilya Denisov, Anatoly Suprunovsky and Viktor Nichiporchuk are on a working visit in Yekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk Region). A number of events were held during the trip.
In the Main Directorate of EMERCOM of Russia in the Sverdlovsk Region, chaired by I. Denisov, a meeting was held on the protection of settlements from landscape fires with the participation of heads of territorial bodies and organizations of the EMERCOM of Russia located on the territory of the Ural Federal District.
At the moment, in connection with the increase in fire hazard classes, in order to strengthen preventive work and consolidate the efforts of all RSChS subsystems to prevent fires in the territory of 129 municipalities of the UFO subjects, a “Special fire regime” has been introduced. To eliminate possible emergencies associated with natural fires, a group of about 48.5 thousand people and more than 19 thousand units of equipment is in constant readiness. An airmobile group of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, consisting of 795 people, has been created, which is involved in extinguishing large wildfires that threaten us. points and infrastructure facilities.
For the prompt detection of wildfires and their prompt liquidation, space monitoring is organized. During cosmomonitoring in the territory of the Federal District, 18449 thermal points have been identified since the beginning of the fire hazardous season.
On the territory of the Ural Federal District, there are 1210 maneuvering, 114,830 patrol and 19503 patrol-maneuvering groups, covering all municipalities of the region. Their activities are aimed at promptly establishing the causes of natural fires, fires of dry vegetation near us. points, identifying the perpetrators and eliminating the detected fires.
I. Denisov noted that control over the forest fire situation is under the special control of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, and urged to make every effort to protect the population from wildfires. “It is necessary to promptly identify fire centers using all available means of air and ground monitoring. Strengthen explanatory work and preventive measures, ”the Deputy Minister emphasized.
During the visit, I. Denisov checked the readiness of the facilities of the Russian Emergencies Ministry Championship in fire and rescue sports for the competition. The event will take place from 23 to 26 July in the capital of the Middle Urals.
Deputy head of the department A. Suprunovsky visited the Ural Institute of the State Fire Service of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, where he examined the material and technical base of the educational institution. In addition, the prospects for improving the educational process of future officers of the EMERCOM of Russia were considered.
During the meeting, A. Suprunovsky examined the renovated auditoriums, sports facilities, arena, training tower and assembly hall, which is currently undergoing reconstruction. The Deputy Minister noted that the educational institution is dynamically developing within the framework of providing the emergency department with highly qualified specialists.
It should be noted that the educational activities of the institute are carried out by 16 departments. The educational process is carried out in 9 main programs. The institute trains more than 1200 cadets and full-time students.
During a visit to the Territorial Center for Monitoring and Response to Emergencies in the Sverdlovsk Region and the Unified Duty Dispatch Service of Yekaterinburg, representatives of local authorities demonstrated to Deputy Minister V. Nichiporchuk the work of the public emergency notification system. In the Territorial Center, information from 73 unified dispatch services of municipalities is processed around the clock for prompt response to possible emergencies. The regional population warning system allows it to be launched centrally on the territory of the region. Reception of emergency calls from the population ensures the functioning of the “112” system. In the first half of 2021 alone, the 112 service received and processed more than a million calls about incidents and emergencies.
V. Nichiporchuk noted that the speed of response to emergency situations and minimization of their consequences largely depend on the organization of information exchange and interaction of all RSChS subsystems.
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