The swimming season will soon open in Sevastopol. Rescuers check whether everything is ready for a safe summer
On the eve of the swimming season in Sevastopol, a review of forces and means, including active equipment and emergency equipment, was held as part of checking the readiness of the territorial subsystem of the RSChS to act as intended.
The event took place on May 19, this year it was held on the coast of the Kruglaya Bay. The presented forces and means were evaluated by the deputy head of the territorial body — the chief state inspector for small boats Dmitry Zubarev, the director of the Department of Public Security of the city of Sevastopol Mikhail Savchin, the director of the Center for Providing Civil Protection Measures of Sevastopol Anatoly Popov.
The weapons of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the city of Sevastopol and the Rescue Service of Sevastopol were demonstrated. The emergency department presented the watercraft and vehicles of the GIMS Center, the Specialized Detachment, fire and rescue equipment, as well as robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, equipment and equipment for diving and pyrotechnic units— reported in the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the city of Sevastopol.
Conclusion after verification: the forces and means of the Sevastopol territorial subsystem of the RSChS are ready for action as intended.
In total, during the swimming season of 2023, the safety of residents and guests of Sevastopol at water bodies will be provided daily by over fifty specialists and 28 units of equipment, including 25 people from the Ministry of Emergency Situations and over 10 units of equipment. It is planned that the swimming season in Sevastopol will begin on June 15.
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