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The Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety presented the "Fire Module" simulator

Published: 25.11.2020, 08:58

Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety named after the Heroes of Chernobyl NUCD of Ukraine together with the Main School of Fire Service, Warsaw implements the project of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland "Polish Aid" entitled "Regional Rescue Training Centers - Support ».

The project coordinator from Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety named after Chernobyl Heroes
is Professor Tetyana Chubina.

On November 24, the Institute hosted the opening of the Fire Module simulator with fire-fighting equipment and equipment to increase safety during training, which was delivered to the school on November 17 by Polish manufacturers.

Acting head of the institute Viktor Hvozd, head of the institute, said: “We are making every effort to prepare future rescuers in the best possible way. During the years of study, cadets and students gain enough solid knowledge, but it is very important to learn to apply them in practice. It is on such simulators that they have the opportunity to undergo training close to real events. "

For cooperation and assistance in the implementation of this project, Victor Gvozd presented a letter of thanks to the staff of the Main School of Fire Service, which was received by the project coordinator, school representative Rafal Matushkevych. Volodymyr Dubasyuk, Deputy Head of the Operational Coordination Center of the State Emergency Service in Lviv Oblast, was also presented with a letter of thanks from the Institute for his assistance in training Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety instructors.

A group of rescuers from Cherkasy region led by the head of the Department Andriy Danyk took part in the presentation of the module.

Note that the purpose of the "Fire Module" is to prepare firefighters to safely and effectively perform operational tasks during extinguishing internal fires, raising awareness about the threats that may arise (flame release, flash of the room and the phenomenon of back draft).

For two days, certified instructors of Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety will teach their colleagues how to use the simulator, will simulate various situations during fires, as close as possible to real ones. Everyone who is trained will receive the appropriate certificates.

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