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In the Ministry of Emergency Situations develop requirements for campgrounds

In the Ministry of Emergency Situations develop requirements for campgrounds
Photo: Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations for Khabarovsk Territory

After the tragedy in the Khabarovsk Territory, the Emergencies Ministry began to develop regulatory safety requirements for tent camps. The ministry states that up to this point no rules existed.

According to the press service of the regional Ministry of Emergency Situations, experts want to make changes to the Government Decree “On Fire Fighting Mode” and create a set of rules “Campgrounds. Fire safety requirements. In addition, standard guidance materials will appear to ensure the safety of children's tent camps.

The organizers of this type of recreation will be obliged to conduct round-the-clock watch and patrolling of camps by personnel. Each tent must be equipped with primary fire extinguishing equipment.

The fire control specialists are now conducting massive unscheduled inspections children's tent camps countrywide. They began after a fire in the Khabarovsk Territory at the Holdmi ski base, which killed four children.

Camp Director and Owner sent under arrest on suspicion of providing services that do not meet safety requirements. A representative of the Ministry of Emergency Situations was also detained in the SIZO, who, according to investigators, was aware of the fire safety violations at the base, but did not take any measures.