Classes with personnel: the order of preparation for the event.

Classes with personnel: the order of preparation for the event.

Qualified first aid (provided by a paramedic, nurse). First hospital medical care (provided by a doctor with special equipment).

First aid measures:

Immediate cessation of exposure to external harmful factors, removal of the victim from adverse conditions (water, fire, gas). Providing first aid. Organization of fast delivery or transportation of the victim to a medical institution.

Signs of life:

The presence of palpitations, the presence of a pulse in the arteries, the presence of pupillary response to light.

Signs of death:

Cooling of the body and the appearance of cadaveric spots, cadaveric numbness, pallor of the cornea.

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Classes with personnel: the order of preparation for the event. Abstract

In preparation for classes with personnel, the necessary literature is selected, orders are studied according to which classes are conducted, instructions according to which methodological developments are made and plan-summary

Methodical development:

Compose a topic. The purpose and conduct of classes. Determine the time for classes. Venue of classes. Technical support. Logistics. Selected literature. General lesson plan. Class plan.

The work of the board of mentors

In order to increase the efficiency of educational work and study the functional responsibilities of junior employees who are appointed by the head of UDPO to the position, as well as to provide assistance in faster and more qualified skills in this position, when appointing a junior employee , the order of the head of UDPO for a period of one year.

The mentor is appointed: an employee who has worked in the management for at least 5 years and has proven himself as a skilled specialist and a worthy firefighter. For the period of mentoring, the mentor draws up a quarterly plan of activities for professional and individual educational work with the junior employee. The plan is approved by the head _____ after the end of the mentorship is a characteristic.

The work of the meeting of the rank and file and junior management

An important role in strengthening official discipline among the personnel of NPCh-1 is played by the meeting. The friendly court, together with other public organizations and formations, provides active assistance to chiefs and commanders in the education of personnel. The Comradeship Court of the rank and file and junior officers of the SDPC-1 is an elected public body and operates on the basis of the provisions on the courts of rank and file and junior officers of the internal affairs bodies. The court is called to protect the honor and dignity of the rank of private and junior officers. The composition of the friendly court in the amount of 5 people was elected at the general meeting of certified employees of the unit

The friendly court hears the following cases:

About violation by persons of ordinary and junior commanding staff of discipline and a public order. About admission by persons of ordinary chiefs of offenses for which according to the law can be transferred for consideration of friendly court. About the unscrupulous attitude of the rank and file and junior officers to official duties. About unworthy behavior of persons of ordinary and junior chief staff to official duties on education of children. About concessions that humiliate the honor and discredit the ranks of privates and junior officers of internal affairs bodies. About property claims of persons of ordinary and junior superiors to each other at their consent to consideration of case in friendly courts.

The friendly court is elected for a term of two years. The composition of the court is announced in the order of the head of the UDPO.

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Radiometric control devices. Abstract

Radiometric control is carried out in order to establish the fact and degree of contamination of PP personnel, military equipment, property, food, water and other objects that may become an additional source of damage to personnel. This addresses the need for sanitation of personnel and decontamination of facilities

Radiometric control of infection in the troops is organized by commanders of units and units. It is carried out by a selective method (ie, several persons or units of military equipment are checked from the unit) by chemists-dosimeters of chemical service units, as a rule, outside the source of infection. When conducting radiometric control in the hearth, the external gamma background should not exceed the maximum allowable degree of infection of the object three times.

After complete sanitation and decontamination of equipment and other facilities, a continuous method is used, ie each serviceman, each unit of military equipment and other property is inspected.

The control is carried out with the help of radiometric devices (dose rate meters), and the control of water, food, medicines and other objects, in addition – with the help of nuclide activity meters.

When conducting radiometric control of infection of personnel, equipment and military equipment, the results are compared with the maximum allowable degree of their infection (Table 1) and determines the feasibility and completeness of special treatment.

Table 1. Safe values ​​of surface contamination with radioactive substances (products of a nuclear explosion).

P / p

 

Names of objects

Radiation levels,

mR / year

 

 

age PYAV up to 12 hours

age of PYAV from 12 to 24 hours.

age of PYAV more than 1 day

one

Exposed areas of the body (face, neck, hands)

when infecting 10% of the body

when infecting 100% of the body

 

eighteen

60

 

9

thirty

 

4.5

15

2

Linen, inner surface of the gas mask, uniform, honey. sanitary ware, kitchen utensils, etc.

 

200

 

 

one hundred

 

fifty

3

Military equipment: vehicles, aircraft, special vehicles, artillery, mortars, missile systems, technical property

 

800

 

400

 

200

four

Armored objects: armored personnel carriers, infantry fighting vehicles, tanks, launchers

 

1600

 

800

 

400

 

Radiometric control in medical units and units is organized by their commanders (chiefs) and is carried out by a sanitary instructor-dosimeter.

The tasks of the medical service in conducting radiometric control are:

control over the personnel, transport and property of the medical service that have been exposed to radioactive contamination; control over the personnel and property of the site of special treatment of WFP and the department of special treatment (VSO) omedb in case of receipt of wounded (injured) who are infected with PP for sanitation; control of radioactive contamination of the wounded and sick at the sorting post to identify persons with an infection that exceeds the permissible values; control of radioactive contamination after full sanitation in the special treatment department; control of radioactive contamination of uniforms, burdens and transport before and after decontamination.

In the interests of the troops, the medical service carries out radiometric quality control of complete sanitation of troops, as well as examination of water and food that have been radioactively contaminated and quality control of their decontamination.

When conducting radiometric control of water and food, the obtained measurement results are compared with the maximum allowable degree of contamination (Table 2).

From the conclusions of the examination of food and water, the following decisions can be made:

suitable for issuance; conditionally suitable (subject to decontamination to disinfection followed by control).

Without research on the content of surfactants it is possible to use water: underground sources; water contained in closed tanks; food that is in undamaged packaging, in particular in bags, wooden, cardboard and paper packaging; water in open reservoirs in the winter with an ice cover; water of open reservoirs during explosions on silicate soils one day after the explosion in zone A, one day in zone B, three days later in narrative paper ideas zone B.

Table 2. Degrees of radioactive contamination (mR / h) of food and water with radioactive substances in quantities that do not lead to radiation damage

Name of products

Measured volume (surface)

Terms of consumption

 

 

1 day

10 days

30 days

more

30 days

Water, food, except meat and milk of animals that have consumed surfactants with food and fish caught from reservoirs containing surfactants

Meat

Fish

Milk

cauldron

carcass, half carcass

1 kg (25x25cm)

cauldron

14

200

200

0.4

four

40

40

0.14

3

20

20

1.4

14

14

 

 

Radiometric control devices

For radiometric control in the field, portable radiation dose meters DP-5 V (A, B), VPD-1C, VPD-1R are used, which are used to measure the degree of contamination of various objects in mR / h.

If for some reason in the field it is impossible to conduct radiometric control of food, water, medicine, measurement of contaminated samples taken from objects, the medical service conducts using a portable dose meter VPD-12, which helps determine the activity of nuclides.

Universal VPD-12 meter is designed to measure the power of the exposure dose of gamma radiation in the range from 10 μR / h. up to 999 R / h, as well as for measuring external beta radiation per unit area in the range of 5×103-5×106 beta particles per 1 cm2 per minute and specific alpha- (10-4-10-1 Ki / kg) and beta – (10-6-10-3 Ki / kg) food, water and fodder activities.

Power supply of the device is carried out:

from 6 series-connected elements of type A343 "Prima" with a voltage of not more than 9 V and not less than 6 V; from the onboard network of a direct current from 10.8 V to 30 V by means of the VPD-12-7 power supply unit; from the 220 V AC network with a frequency of 50 Hz or 400 Hz using power supplies VPD-12-6 and VPD-12-7.

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