Underwater work and diving rescue


The official opening of the third international training on "divers' case" organized by diving service under MES KR

  Yesterday, July 20, 2014 in Cholpon-Ata, Issyk-Kul region, the official opening of the third international trening on “divers' case”  organized by diving service under MES KR  for rescue services of members of the International Civil Defence Organisation(ICDO).

   In the ceremony opening of  training  the vice mayor of Cholpon-Ata Almaz Baygaziev was attended by 15 representatives of the participating countries ICDO from the following countries: Tunisia, Jordan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Senegal, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Sudan and Mongolia.

  With greeting words to the participants of training addressed  the chief of operations of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic Urmat Shamyrkanov. Which noted the importance and relevance of diving training, the main  purpose of these trainings is to learning and share experiences, to establish permanent contact in the "diving business" between the representatives of the Member States ICDO.

   Head of diving service under  MES KR Almabek Aydakeev brought to the attention of a 12-day training program of "diving" trainings, providing as carrying out theoretical and practical training on 'divers' case "," dive physiology "," underwater orienteering' combined descents and underwater slopes to a depth of 35 meters.

  From 20 to 21 July, the training will be a special program of adaptation to an alpine lake, carry out training and testing equipment and diving equipment.

  From 22 July, the participants of training, breaking into certain groups under the supervision of instructors of divers diving service under  MES KR will first underwater slopes and implementation of special programs underwater slopes tack, stripes, circles, etc.

  In addition, instructors of Services will  emphasis on the interaction of groups of divers when developing special applications for search and recovery of various items, mannequins, cargo etc.

  After the training, participants will be awarded certificates of completion of the training and "personal book diver 'compliance with international standards.

Remind, in 2012-2013. was followed by similar two international training of divers in the Kyrgyz Republic.

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