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A four-day training for employees in the protection and rescue systems of Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina on Disaster Risk Reduction - DRR was organised from 28 to 31 March in Mostar. It was the advanced course, preceded by a beginner module organized at the end of the last year in Montenegro. The training was attended by 25 representatives of the Directorate for Emergency Management of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro, Ministry of Security of BiH, Civil Protection Administration of the Republic of Srpska and Federal Civil Protection Administration.
Dan jedinstvenog evropskog broja za pozive u hitnim situacijama – 112 obilježava se 11. februara, u cilju skretanja pažnje javnosti na sigurnost i bezbjednost u Evropi.
Broj 112 objedinjuje sve sisteme za prijem hitnih poziva i reagovanja u hitnim i vanrednim situacijama. Važnost uspostavljanja ovog sistema za građane ogleda se u tome što će pozivom na broj 112 – jedinstveni evropski broj za hitne pozive, u najkraćem mogućem roku moći da dobiju pomoć svih hitnih službi koje su uvezane u sistem zaštite i spasavanja. Ovaj broj je dostupan u svim zemljama Evropske unije i u mnogim drugim zemljama.
U Crnoj Gori i dalje će biti u funkciji brojevi ostalih hitnih službi – policije (122), službi zaštite i spasavanja (123) i hitne medicinske pomoći (124), a pozivom na broj 112, odnosno preusmjeravanjem poziva, mogu se dobiti i ove službe.
Pozivanje broja 112 je besplatno iz svih mreža mobilne i fiksne telefonije, a služba 112 funkcioniše 24 časa dnevno, sedam dana u nedjelji.
Više informacija o broju 112 možete pročitati u Letku 112 koji je pripremljen u saradnji Direktorata za vanredne situacije i FORS Montenegra u okviru projekta „Prekogranična zaštita od požara“, koji finansira Evropska unija u sklopu Programa prekogranične saradnje Bosna i Hercegovina - Crna Gora.
A cross-border training on extinguishing forest fires for 44 members of protection and rescue services and voluntary firefighting association from 5 municipalities from Montenegro and 10 municipalities from BiH was organised in Trebinje from 16 to 20 November.
The training and exercise were organized within the project "Cross-border Fire Protection" funded by the European Union through Cross-border Cooperation Programme BiH-Montenegro and implemented by FORS Montenegro, Directorate for Emergency Management of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro, Ministry of Security of BiH and the Institute for Protection of Fires and Explosions from Sarajevo.
Within the project "Cross-border Fire Protection“, a training on Disaster Risk Reduction for employees in the protection and rescue system from BiH and Montenegro was organised from 14 to 17 December in Podgorica. The training was attended by 23 representatives of the Directorate for Emergency Management of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro, Ministry of Security of BiH, Civil Protection Administration of the Republic of Srpska and Federal Civil Protection Administration. During the training, the participants had the opportunity to learn about key DRR concepts, disaster risk management components, risk management at the local level as a basis for DRR, identification, assessment and monitoring of risks, adaptation to climate changes, formulation of plans and strategies and international cooperation in this field. The trainers were Ms Cvetka Krajic Tomin and Mr Vlatko Jovanovski, international DRR consultants.
A five-day training for rescuers on open space firefighting started in Trebinje and it will be completed on Friday, 20 November by conducting a field exercise. Around 50 participants from 15 municipalities from Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina are taking part in the training which is a part of the project "Cross-border Fire Protection", implemented by FORS Montenegro, Directorate for Emeregency Management of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro, Ministry of Security of BiH and the Institute for Protection of Fires and Explosions from Sarajevo.
The project is funded by the European Union within Cross-border Cooperation Programme Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro and its aim is to improve the capacity of institutions and services dealing with emergencies for protection from fires and strengthening cross-border cooperation in this area.