On November 26 It is southern - the Ukrainian nuclear scientists will carry out antiemergency training

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On November 26 on It is southern - the Ukrainian nuclear power plant the general antiemergency training with attraction of forces of Head department Ministry of Emergency Situations of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area will take place. Subject of future training - "Suppression of fires in machine halls of the nuclear power plant".

As reports Mintoplivenergo, the training purpose - an assessment of readiness of subsections YuU nuclear power plants and subsections of the Ministry of Emergency Situations to an accident elimination and emergency situations. During training transmission of messages about accident and fire emergence according to schemes of the notice of YuU nuclear power plant, staff work the CARP (the head emergency robots at an industrial site), and also emergency groups and enterprise crews, carrying out radiation survey on conditionally emergency block, an industrial site and in sanitarno - a protective zone will be organized.

It is planned to fulfill receptions and ways of suppression of fires in the conditions of radiation pollution, and also performance abnormally - rescue efforts on power object. The special attention is supposed to be paid to coordinating of actions of subsections YuU nuclear power plants and subsections of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in settlement terms of an emergency situation.

Training venue - the YuU nuclear power plant internal crisis center, a station industrial site, a machine hall of power units No. 1-2. Emergency groups and crews, and also staff of three fire brigades of the South Ukrainian garrison of the Ministry of Emergency Situations will take part in it the main structure of a staff the CARP. Technical means and special fire equipment of subsections of the Ministry of Emergency Situations will be involved in training.

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