RBC learned about the critical state of Affairs in fire protection
The shortage of personnel and uniforms of the fire service is one of the key problems identified during a large-scale internal audit of the Ministry of emergency situations, held from 28 may to 15 June at the request of the new Minister Yevgeny Senicheva. About it writes RBC with reference to the report made at the selector meeting the chief of the National control centre in crisis situations of the Ministry of emergency situations Viktor Azucena on the audit.
“The number of fighting crew at the fire truck is two or three people instead of six,” said Yatsunenko, refuting the “false opinion about a fairly prosperous situation with staffing of on-duty guard — about 90%.” In fact, the shortage of personnel fire protection is 23 of 100 people, a shortage of active-duty guard — 10 800. After the reduction by 50% of state of the State fire supervision on each of the 9800 inspectors have over a thousand objects.
The auditors concluded that, as of 2014, the MOE made decisions that led to “the destruction of the system of logistics”. The system of planning and reporting just disappeared.
The test showed that providing logistics and weapons to food in 2018 is 88%, things — 21%, fuels and lubricants — 36%, the funds for maintenance of equipment — 20%.
The report says about the outdated technology: 67% of the main fire equipment and 73% of special equipment exceeded the operating life. About one-third of firefighting vehicles has been in operation for over 25 years.
Also, the auditors drew attention to the facts “unreasonable formation of the defence order parameters” in the years 2018-2027 from the state armament programme of the Ministry of emergency situations were excluded, “high-altitude equipment, ladders, work platforms in the amount of 340 units worth more than 1 billion rubles, fighting clothes of firemen in the amount of 21 000 units for the sum more than 75 million rubles, fire hoses — more than 39 000 units worth more than 170 million rubles,” — said in the report. The program featured 2000 drones in the amount of 450 million rubles, while the real need is just 88 pieces.