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On November 12, a round table was held at the EMERCOM of Russia on the organization of the activities of the unified dispatch services of municipalities in the general system of anti-crisis management.

The event was attended by the First Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan, Deputy Ministers of the EMERCOM of Russia Viktor Yatutsenko and Viktor Nichiporchuk, heads of territorial bodies of the department, heads of municipalities and heads of EDDS of municipalities.

Opening the round table, Viktor Yatsutsenko noted the important role of dispatchers in ensuring the safety of life of the population. It is the EDDS that receives the primary information about emergencies and incidents, on the basis of which it takes emergency measures to eliminate them. Today in Russia there are more than 2.3 thousand UDDS, where 23 thousand people work.

“On the positive side, we can note the work of the UDDS and the heads of municipal districts in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories in obtaining models for the development of a flood situation, which made it possible to determine the most difficult areas, where bridges were strengthened in advance, engineering equipment, pumping groups and water-filling dams are deployed. Timely forecasting of the situation with the use of modern information technologies and implementation of low-cost preventive measures allow preventing the destruction of infrastructure, saving lives and minimizing damage, ”said Viktor Yatsutsenko.

During the round table, general issues of the work of the EDDS, issues of automation of activities, the organization of access to information resources of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, the development of a system for calling emergency services at a single number “112”, organization of the functioning of the emergency situations. Unified Duty Dispatch Service. Basic provisions “.

To address these issues, the roundtable participants agreed that it is necessary to re-equip the EDDS, create a unified information field, using the developments of the APK “Safe City”, system 112, and introduce modern information systems into the activities of dispatchers. Of particular importance is also the conduct of additional practical training and retraining of personnel, staffing the EDDS with highly qualified specialists who are able to use the information systems being introduced in their work.

EMERCOM of Russia continues the digital transformation of the anti-crisis management system. The result of which should be a digital platform for interdepartmental interaction of the RSChS, which will make it possible to transfer the entire management system of the EMERCOM of Russia, first of all, to the prevention of emergency situations.

At the end of the round table A. Chupriyan noted that EDDS is a living organism. “It is necessary to focus on training EDDS specialists, to raise managers at the municipal level who are able to analyze, anticipate, and promptly make appropriate decisions.”

In turn, V. Yatsutsenko once again drew the participants’ attention to the main task of the forces and means of the RSChS – to increase the safety of citizens and reduce the cost of liquidating emergencies. “The main thing is that people understand that we will always help and will be the first to help,” the Deputy Minister added.

11/13/2020 RF Improving the work of the EDDS is necessary for the comprehensive security of the population of Russia

On November 12, a round table was held at the EMERCOM of Russia on the organization of the activities of the unified dispatch services of municipalities in the general system of anti-crisis management.

The event was attended by First Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan, Deputy Ministers of EMERCOM of Russia Viktor Yatutsenko and Viktor Nichiporchuk, heads of territorial bodies of the department, heads of municipalities and heads of EDDS of municipalities.

Opening the round table, Viktor Yatsutsenko noted the important role of dispatchers in ensuring the safety of life of the population. It is the EDDS that receives the primary information about emergencies and incidents, on the basis of which it takes emergency measures to eliminate them. Today in Russia there are more than 2.3 thousand UDDS, where 23 thousand people work.

“On the positive side, we can note the work of the UDDS and the heads of municipal districts in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories in obtaining models for the development of a flood situation, which made it possible to determine the most difficult areas, where bridges were strengthened in advance, engineering equipment, pumping groups and water-filling dams are deployed. Timely forecasting of the situation with the use of modern information technologies and implementation of low-cost preventive measures allow preventing the destruction of infrastructure, saving lives and minimizing damage, ”said Viktor Yatsutsenko.

During the round table, general issues of the work of the EDDS, issues of automation of activities, the organization of access to information resources of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, the development of a system for calling emergency services at a single number “112”, organization of the functioning of the emergency situations. Unified Duty Dispatch Service. Basic provisions “.

To address these issues, the roundtable participants agreed that it is necessary to re-equip the EDDS, create a unified information field, using the developments of the APK “Safe City”, system 112, and introduce modern information systems into the activities of dispatchers. Of particular importance is also the conduct of additional practical training and retraining of personnel, staffing the EDDS with highly qualified specialists who are able to use the information systems being introduced in their work.

EMERCOM of Russia continues the digital transformation of the anti-crisis management system. The result of which should be a digital platform for interdepartmental interaction of the RSChS, which will make it possible to transfer the entire management system of the EMERCOM of Russia, first of all, to the prevention of emergency situations.

At the end of the round table A. Chupriyan noted that EDDS is a living organism. “It is necessary to focus on training EDDS specialists, to raise managers at the municipal level who are able to analyze, anticipate, and promptly make appropriate decisions.”

In turn, V. Yatsutsenko once again drew the participants’ attention to the main task of the forces and means of the RSChS – to increase the safety of citizens and reduce the cost of liquidating emergencies. “The main thing is that people understand that we will always help and will be the first to help,” the Deputy Minister added.

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