Capital rescuers are on a working visit to the Republic of Poland
Published: 29.05.2019, 12:59
Representatives of the Main Department of the SES of Ukraine in Kyiv are on a working visit to their colleagues in the Republic of Poland. Commandant's office of Malopolska voivodeship invited capital firefighters to participate in the training during the implementation of the project "Improving the effectiveness of the response of Ukrainian emergency rescue services in emergency situations". The training began on May 27 and will last until June 2 in Krakow city.
The visit of Ukrainian rescuers to Polish colleagues takes place in accordance with the program "Polish Aid for Development", through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. During the exercise rescuers are working out headquarters activities in case of major accidents, interactions with other services and departments involved in the elimination of the consequences of accidents and other emergency situations. Considerable attention is paid to the algorithm of actions of emergency rescue services, the transfer of information and features of material and technical support in the course of the elimination of large-scale emergency situations. Also, in the course of training, a specialized company carries out the training of unmanned aerial vehicle operators with the issuance of a certificat.
During the working visit, capital rescuers have got acquainted with the Polish emergency response system, rescue alert features, organizational structure of the Polish fire and rescue service, equipment and principles of the operation of a typical Polish fire and rescue unit and voluntary units of fire protection at the local level.
Classes are conducted on the basis of the Voivodship Commandant's Office of the State Fire Service of Krakow and the fire and rescue units of the Malopolska Voivodship. The organization of these exercises contributes to further implementation in the daily activities of capital firefighters of the positive experience of Polish colleagues in operative response to emergencies and the principles of functioning of a typical Polish fire and rescue unit and voluntary local fire protection units.