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Today, the National Crisis Management Center of the Russian Emergencies Ministry summed up the results of the past year and identified priority areas of activity for 2022. The working meeting was held by Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Viktor Yatsutsenko.

“The result of our work is a reduction in the death of people and an increase in the number of rescued during emergencies. The introduction of new technologies will allow us to move forward and develop,” V. Yatsutsenko noted.

Much attention was paid to the development of modern information technologies, emergency prevention tools. It was put into permanent operation as part of the AIMS RSChS “Atlas of Hazards and Risks”, in which a personal account of a single duty dispatch service was developed. On the information platform “Knowledge Base” of the Atlas of Risks, a digital transformation of work with indicators on operational information about emergencies, incidents at water bodies and accounting for the forces and means of the Russian Emergencies Ministry was carried out.

Work has been completed on the transition to the mobile application platform when confirming thermal points, where the confirmation time was reduced by 6 times. The increased database of orthophotomaps in the amount of more than 4.5 thousand at the moment makes it possible to improve the accuracy of modeling the consequences of possible emergencies.

Work was organized to form the Data Lake at the federal, regional and municipal levels, 22 regulations for information interaction with federal executive authorities, state corporations and organizations were signed, providing for the transition to automated information exchange. Resources of 9 ministries and departments are connected. Work is underway to model areas with a high probability of occurrence of wildfires and the consequences of floods.

It was also noted that in the current year much attention was paid to improving the legal and methodological framework. Proposals sent to Rosstat on amendments to the Federal Plan of Statistical Works will make it possible to update a single set of data on emergencies, sources of their occurrence and classification for the Russian Federation.

As part of the improvement of work on the organization of prevention and emergency response, the Federal Action Plan for the Prevention and Elimination of Emergencies was revised. To improve the level of professional training, more than 300 training sessions were conducted with operational duty shifts of the TsUKS, operational groups of territorial bodies of the EMERCOM of Russia and EDDS of municipalities.

The meeting also identified priority areas for 2022, including: the further development of modern information technologies and tools for preventing emergencies, information interaction in the field of prevention and elimination of the consequences of emergencies, improving the organization of prevention and emergency response, as well as improving the legal and methodological base.

All this will increase the level of readiness of day-to-day management bodies, as well as move from emergency response to prevention at a qualitatively different level, providing a comfortable and safe environment for the population.

After the meeting, the departmental awards were awarded to the best employees of the National Center based on the results of activities in 2021.

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