Regional civic puncture rescue seminar inaugurated

A informal seminar on puncture rescue in civic environments was inaugurated in Shanghai on Monday, to strengthen team-work and communication between China and a Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The four-day workshop, orderly by a ASEAN Regional Forum, has brought together experts from 10 countries and regions.

It will embody educational exchanges, technical training, on-the-spot investigations and corner drills, covering subjects such as glow fighting in high-rise buildings, subterraneous buildings and subways, ordering of dangerous chemicals, and rescue of a injured.

Advanced apparatus such as firefighting helicopters, robots, and ladder trucks, will be employed in a drills.

“Against a credentials of tellurian meridian change and a augmenting risk of informal disasters, China would like to concur with all a other countries and regions to minimize waste in disasters and accidents and minister to a wealth of a segment and people’s well-being,” Luo Yongqiang, emissary executive of a Ministry of Public Security’s Fire Department pronounced during a opening ceremony.

ASEAN Regional Forum, founded in 1994, is one of a many critical multilateral channels of confidence team-work and discourse in a Asia-Pacific region.

Wang Yueyang contributed to this story.

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