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As part of the interdepartmental exercise in the Arctic, a cultural and leisure program is being held, the events of which are designed to acquaint residents and guests of the northern territories with the rules of safe behavior and first aid. In addition, events for preschoolers, schoolchildren and students, as well as exhibitions of technology, contests and sports events are organized under the flag of the EMERCOM of Russia.

On one of the central streets of Norilsk there is an exhibition of fire and rescue equipment. Residents and guests of the city were able to get acquainted with special fire and rescue equipment. In the city museum, a mobile laser complex for remote cutting, a controlled underwater camera and much more were presented to everyone. In addition, there was a children’s safety camp in Norilsk, where specialists from the Center for Emergency Psychological Aid conducted preventive fire training and first aid training with young visitors.

Foreign delegations arrived in Murmansk to participate in the business program. They were able not only to witness rescue measures in the water area of ​​the Kola Bay, but also to visit a sightseeing tour of the hero city of Murmansk. The pearl of the excursion was the world’s first surface vessel with a nuclear power plant – the icebreaker Lenin. Also, as part of the exercise, the world’s northernmost monument to a fire engine was unveiled.

Dozens of master classes were held on the territory of the sea terminal, where visitors could get acquainted with the rules of safe behavior and first aid. The exhibition program featured rescue equipment and innovative rescue equipment.

In the general educational organizations of Chukotka, classes on life safety were held. In Anadyr and Pevek, employees of the department met with preschool children – they told them about fire safety and played with the children in a thematic loto developed by the St. Petersburg University of the State Fire Service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.

School inspectors and firefighters told schoolchildren about the importance of evacuation plans and fire detectors, reminded the rules and procedures for fires. For those of the guys who are interested in choosing a profession, employees of the department told about the possibility of admission to higher educational institutions of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia and the peculiarities of the professions of a firefighter and an inspector of state fire supervision. In Egvekinot, GIMS inspectors came to visit the schoolchildren and talked about safe behavior on the water. This week, security events will be held in all educational institutions in the region.

In addition to working out the introductory and organizing a cultural and leisure program, the organizers of the Exercise paid attention to the ecology of the region. As part of the environmental action “Clean World of the Arctic”, helicopters of the department have already removed 4 tons of oily waste located in the southern part of Lake Ayan on the territory of the Putoransky Nature Reserve – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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