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Emergency mode is planned to be announced in the west of Kazakhstan

Emergency mode is planned to be announced in the west of Kazakhstan

Emergency mode is planned to be announced in the west of Kazakhstan

In accordance with the proposal of the document, it is planned to establish a state of emergency of a natural nature at the local level in the village of Atameken, Taskalinsky district. Deputy Akim of Taskalinsky district Rauan Rakhmetullin will be responsible for emergency response. He will be assigned to organize the necessary events. The explanatory note notes that to eliminate the consequences of an emergency, additional financial resources from the regional budget will be required. In the regional akimat for Tengrinews.kz explained that on June 6, a strong wind raged in the village of Atameken, as a result of which the roof of the school gym was torn off. To speed up the repair, the mayor insisted on the introduction of an emergency mode. Recall that the day before in Aktobe, the wind tore off part of the roof from the roof of a warehouse building, and debris fell on a car in which there were a man and a teenager. They were evacuated by rescuers. How to avoid injuries in strong winds? According to the official website of one of the regional departments of emergency situations, gale-force winds are one of the most frequent natural disasters. At a wind speed of 14-17 m/s, billboards, LED panels and banners on street poles can be overturned. When the wind is up to 24 m/s, trees may fall and power lines may break. Therefore, it is important to know the general safety measures in strong winds. While indoors: close all windows and vents and check their reliability; safe places in the house are areas away from the windows. On the street: take shelter in an entrance or solid building; avoid hiding near the walls of houses, at public transport stops, near billboards, under trees and near unfinished buildings; do not approach broken wires and swaying signs; stay away from old, single-standing trees. Motorists should keep in mind that you can't park vehicles under trees, billboards, or power lines in strong winds.

In order to increase public awareness and reduce the risk of injury, additional precautions in high winds should be provided through mass information channels. Special attention should be paid to educational institutions, as children and adolescents are particularly vulnerable to extreme weather conditions. Developing and distributing specialized instructions to schools, colleges, and other educational institutions can significantly improve security. These materials should include both theoretical knowledge and practical exercises for actions in strong winds.

Local governments and emergency services should also step up work on checking the state of infrastructure and facilities. Regular monitoring of the condition of roofs, trees, billboards and other structures can prevent many incidents related to their collapse. If potentially dangerous objects are identified, organizations should immediately take steps to strengthen or remove them.

Given the increasing frequency of extreme weather events, it is also necessary to pay attention to the development and implementation of modern engineering solutions and technologies. Strengthening structural elements, using stronger and more stable materials, and implementing automatic climate monitoring systems can significantly increase the stability of objects and reduce the likelihood of injuries and damage in gale-force wind conditions. Ultimately, an integrated approach to the problem, including preventive measures, active work with the population and the use of the latest technologies, will effectively cope with the consequences of extreme natural events.

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