A new Shturm training complex for rescuers and firemen of Serbia, sent by the Russian Emergencies Ministry, has been installed in the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center.
The senior management of the Center highly praised capabilities of the complex, as it is unique for Serbia.
Shturm training complex is a multifunctional simulator of various situations that can occur in real fires. The simulation is as close to live conditions, as possible. Rescuers have to pass an obligatory test for competency and undergo basic training in this complex. The complex also has a control center, capable of modifying the course to avoid similar situations – everything must be like in real events.
A new group of firemen arrives to the Center every day for training, both rookies and professional firemen. Rookies just undergo training and study the situations, while the latter have to pass an exam.
The first stage is the same for all: to enter a smoke-filled room, put out a fire, find a simulated injured and evacuate the person. Teams of 3 people are undergoing the course under supervision of an experienced instructor.
Shturm complex will become and integral part of training system for employees of fire and rescue brigades of Serbia. Emergency services of neighboring Balkan states have already expressed their interest in acquaring of the complex.