Currently, most regions of Ukraine still have winter holidays, so the learning process will be restored only from next week.
Taking advantage of the opportunity, the rescuers conduct training sessions with the educators on life safety issues, as well as check the state of the fire-fighting maintenance in schools and kindergartens of the country.
In particular, on January 9, in Sumy, on the basis of a pedagogical school in the city of Lebedin, inspectors of the 18th State Fire and Rescue Department conducted a preventive conversation with the pedagogical staff. The rescuers reminded the present rules of fire safety at home and in the workplace, actions in the detection of explosive objects, and also showed the principle of the fire extinguisher. Separately stopped on the prevention of frostbite and overcooling.
A similar event took place on the same day in the Khmelnytsky region. Thus, the rescuers visited one of the secondary schools in the city of Netishyn, where they talked with the education workers about the safety of pupils and the fire status of local kindergartens and schools. In addition, during the meeting, the special attention of teachers emergency officers emphasized and urgent removal of violations detected in the course of inspections.
At the same time, Luhansk rescuers visited one of the rehabilitation centers in the city of Rubizhne with a preventive conversation about the rules of safe behavior in the water reservoirs in winter.
Meanwhile, the small researchers, who mostly stay home at the time of their holidays, still have plenty of time to get into trouble, rescuers of the SES of Ukraine ask their parents to take care of the safety of their children. In particular:
Keep the lighters and matches inaccessible to the children's places and tell them about the dangers that hide the fire;
Do not leave children at home unless they are able to resolve their own problems that may arise.
Check the electrical serviceability and do not allow young children to use their household appliances on their own;
Train your child's safe behavior culture by demonstrating caution in dealing with fire, gas, etc .;
Be sure to tell the children that in the event of a fire, you must immediately notify adults and Rescue Service at the number "101";
Ensure that young children do not attend local rates, rivers or abandoned buildings on their own.
Remember that your child's safety is, above all, your personal responsibility!