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In Primorsky Krai, an action entitled "Attention: energy!"
Specialists of Primorskie Electric Networks, a branch of OAO DRSK, conduct classes on electrical safety in educational institutions of the region. The lessons, the main goal of which is the prevention of electrical injuries among children and adolescents, are held within the framework of the action: "Attention: energy!"
This week, power engineers held classes in the Vostok village of the Krasnoarmeysky District. One lesson was conducted for schoolchildren in grades 2-4, which was attended by 150 people. The second lesson was attended by 200 schoolchildren - students of grades 5-11. Konstantin Novikov, the chief engineer of the Krasnoarmeisky district of electrical networks, told the children everything about the rules of electrical safety.
He already has experience with such lectures. In the spring of this year, he conducted classes in the villages of Lukyanovka and Goncharovka. According to Konstantin Novikov, such studies cause genuine interest in children.
Younger children ask a lot of questions from everyday life, give examples, and high school students are interested in questions in physics. Next week, lessons on electrical safety will be held in the village of Roshchino.
In addition, in October-November, the specialists of the branch plan to conduct classes in the villages of Glubinoe, Izmaylikha, Gogolevka and Krutoy Yar of the Krasnoarmeysky district, in the settlements of Spassky district, Kavalerovo village, as well as in Khankaisky and Partizansky and other districts of the region.
“From January to May of this year, the specialists of our branch have already conducted 117 classes on electrical safety for schoolchildren,” says Aleksey Hämäläinen, deputy head of the labor protection and reliability service. and on the street, as well as near power facilities, they warn of the danger of electric shock. 8 meters. "
It should be noted that the company has been engaged in the prevention of children's electrical injuries since 2009. Specialists regularly conduct lessons in schools, prepare informational posters, organize competitions for teachers and students.
This year, the Primorskie Electric Networks branch holds a competition for the creation of permanent stands on electrical safety among educational institutions and a creative work competition for the “best composition” on the topic “Electrical safety” among schoolchildren. Contest entries must be sent by November 15, 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For participation in competitions, cash prizes and gifts are provided.