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State Enterprise “Marine Search and Rescue Service” continues taking an active part in the preparation of Ukraine to the IMO Audit

2018.

 In the framework of performing its main functions, the State Enterprise "Marine Search and Rescue Service" is continually taking part in sessions of the special-purpose Sub-Committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), namely the Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue sessions hold annually in February-March at IMO Headquarters and that is included into the IMO Maritime Safety Committee.
Taking measures concerning organization of search and rescue at sea and providing the safety of the human life at the high sea are main tasks of the SE "MSRS" that should be performed in accordance with the essential basic IMO Conventions, namely International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue 1979 (SAR) and International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea 1974 (SOLAS).

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Fire drills took place in State Enterprise “Marine Search and Rescue Service”

2018.

 On 4th of April fire drills took place in the administrative building of the State Enterprise "Marine Search and Rescue Service" of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine. The drills were conducted by Civil Protection sector together with Occupational Safety and Health Division, with the help of MRCC specialists, HR Department and other divisions of SE "MSRS". The aim of the conducted fire drills was the training of the necessary skills and evacuation rules during fire alarm among the employees of the enterprise, according to the Civil Protection Code of Ukraine, the Order of Training Conduction among People in Case of Emergencies, approved by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 444 by 26.06.2013, Fire Safety Regulations of Ukraine, approved by the Decree of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine № 1417 by 30.12.2014.

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The Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan visited rescue tug boat “Sapfir” of the SE “MSRS”.

2018.

 On March 22nd the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan, conducting a working visit in Odessa visited rescue tug boat "Sapfir" of
State Enterprise "Marine Search and Rescue Service" of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.
The Minister examined the vessel and learned about its technical characteristics, and visited not only the command bridge but also the "heart" of the vessel – the engine room.
"It is an ice-class vessel with unrestricted navigation area, capable to have the speed up to 10 knots. Its length is more than 50 m, draught 4,6 m with the crew of 22 members. "Sapfir" has the capability to stay in fully autonomous mode for about 20 days, which is crucial during conduction of SAR operations on a lang distance from the shore"- told the captain of "Sapfir" Pavlo Petkov.

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Crew members of the rescue vessels of SE “MSRS” passed exam of first aid for the suffered people

2018.

 From 12th to 14th March , according to the training schedule, the crew members of the rescue boats of SE "Marine Search and Rescue Service" of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine went through the check of their knowledge and practical skills of first aid treatment.
Under supervision of the captains of all the vessels the classes of first medical treatment were regularly held according to the approved program of theoretical preparation and practicing the first aid treatment skills. When the conditions are tough, everything has to be done within the seconds, and rescuers who want be able to pass the exam with satisfactory level will be suspended from work. Such strict training is required not only by the international conventions, which regulate the activity of state enterprise "Marine Search and Rescue Service", but also by the fact, that rescued human's life is the biggest value of all.

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