The subdivisions of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Crimea have been put on high alert. Holidays anyway
Minister of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Sadakliev said that the subdivisions of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Crimea were put on high alert for the period of New Year and Christmas holidays.
Crimean rescuers work in an enhanced mode, ensuring the protection of the population and territories of the Republic. The Ministry of Emergency Situations specified plans for interaction with the authorities of the Republic in case of emergency situations on the peninsula. All rescue equipment is ready to respond. Every year in Crimea, about one and a half thousand people and more units of equipment are involved in ensuring security from the RSChS, the minister noted.
Sergei Sadakliev also said that during the holidays, additional measures were taken to prevent fires, and supervision over the trouble-free operation of housing and communal services and energy facilities was strengthened. Particular attention is given to child safety.
Well, due to the fact that many Crimeans and guests of the peninsula for the New Year and Christmas holidays will go on vacation to the mountain-forest area, in places with a massive stay of people, on tourist routes and parking lots, the patrol of the KRYM-SPAS rescuers, together with members KRO «ROSSOYUZSPAS».
In turn, at objects of religious significance: in temples and churches, preventive work is being carried out to prevent fires, namely: the availability and serviceability of primary fire extinguishing equipment, fire water sources and the condition of emergency exits are checked. Additionally, briefings are held with the clergy on what to do in the event of a fire, the minister emphasized.
Crimean rescuers remind residents and guests of the peninsula that the use of pyrotechnics is prohibited by the Decree of the Head of the Republic of Crimea «On the threat of an emergency situation that arose on the territory of the Republic of Crimea», except for the period from 31 December 2022 of the year to January 1 2023 of the year.