On May 16, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia - Chief State Inspector of the Russian Federation for Fire Supervision Anatoly Suprunovsky took part in the third meeting of the Commission of the General Council of the UNITED RUSSIA Party for the protection of motherhood, childhood and family support.
The main issues of ensuring the safety of minors in the summer period were discussed.
Anatoly Suprunovsky noted that at present, more than 38,000 objects of recreation for children are on the control of the Russian Emergencies Ministry. Preventive work and preparation for a safe holiday on them has been carried out by the Ministry since April. Employees of the Territorial Agencies of the Ministry examine the fire-prevention condition of camps and sanatoriums as part of interdepartmental commissions. State fire inspectors conduct practical training on the evacuation of personnel in case of a threat, instruct on issues of integrated security.
For the summer, volunteer fire brigades will be organized in all children's camps remote from fire and rescue units and temporary posts of fire equipment will be set up.
The Ministry also pays special attention to safety issues at water bodies: some of the children's institutions have access to water areas. During the summer, units of the State Inspection for Small Vessels of the EMERCOM of Russia organize their constant patrolling. By the beginning of the swimming season, specialists will check all the beaches of children's health organizations for compliance with safety measures and suitability for recreation.
“During the ongoing work at children's recreation facilities, about 2,000 supervisory measures have already been taken to comply with fire safety requirements and preventive examinations of children's recreation and recreation facilities. As a result, more than 8 thousand violations were revealed, 2340 violations of fire safety requirements were eliminated,” Anatoly Suprunovsky noted.
According to the results of the inspections, more than 680 officials and almost 370 legal entities were brought to administrative responsibility. Approximately 240 cases of administrative offenses have been sent to the courts for failure to comply with legal instructions to ensure the safety of children on time.
Work on creating safe conditions for recreation and health improvement of children in the summer period continues and is under the special control of the Ministry.