Sanaviation should be developed in conjunction with telemedicine. This proposal was made by Denis Protsenko , the chief doctor of the Kommunarka hospital. He noted that the regional experience would help in the development of such a program.
For example, in the KhMAO, in the process of evacuating patients by helicopter, the experience of mobile solutions is put to good use, bringing specialist medical care closer to remote areas.
“ What we see in remote areas & mdash; this is a timely and absolutely necessary step. We started this morning by studying this experience, studying the equipment, the logistics solutions. The ambulance itself, even well equipped, cannot exist separately. This is, first of all, the interaction of medical facilities requesting evacuation, it is a complex chain that is implemented here '' ; & mdash; Denis Protsenko said during his trip to Ugra.
He also noted that the legal framework for telemedicine should be strengthened and improved. “ Interaction between two doctors, centered on the patient to be evacuated '' it is a complex issue that needs to be addressed. There are many other problems & mdash; High speed internet, provision of satellite communications, this is what needs to be improved as the program to build and improve a new helicopter and small aircraft base will be implemented. This is not an easy question, and examples of its solution we have seen in Ugra & mdash; worthy of replication & raquo;, & mdash; the doctor noted.
As an example, he referred to the unique experience of the region, which is carried out in the provision of primary health care. This is the Nikolai Pirogov floating clinic. “ What I call a skilled helper & mdash; it's not just that a doctor arrived on a motorboat with a travel bag and a phonendoscope. This is a modern medical complex with a dentist, ultrasounds and specialist specialists. Now the governor has launched a practical initiative that a second ship is needed. I want to support this initiative. But not just for the second ship to appear in Ugra & mdash; we have a lot of big rivers, and it & # 39; s the only riverine medical vessel in the world that needs to be exported internally to other regions & # 39 ;, & mdash; said Denis Protsenko.
On September 3, the international journalist, writer Vsevolod Ovchinnikov will be buried in the Troekurovsky cemetery in Moscow. This is reported by TASS with reference to the editor-in-chief of Rossiyskaya Gazeta Vladislav Fronin.
He noted that the farewell ceremony with Ovchinnikov will take place in the ritual hall of the Troekurovsky cemetery. After that, the funeral will take place, Fronin added.
Vsevolod Ovchinnikov was born on November 17, 1926. He worked for the newspaper Pravda for almost 40 years. In recent years, the journalist has conducted in the “ Rossiyskaya Gazeta '' section “ Time with Ovchinnikov ''. In addition, he has written books such as Sakura Branch, Oak Roots, and Hot Ash. For them, Ovchinnikov received the State Prize of the USSR in 1985.
Previously, it was reported that Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustine had expressed his condolences as a result of the death of international journalist Vsevolod Ovchinnikov.
A pre-vocational training project is developing in Moscow. This school year, 66 schools are opening a new direction & mdash; media course, said Anastasia Rakova, deputy mayor of the capital for social development.
According to her, students will get acquainted with the profession of journalist, will be able to attend lectures and master classes in universities.
Pre-vocational education projects are offered in more than 400 schools in the city. More than 50,000 high school students will study in these classes from September 1. That's over half of all high school kids.
They conduct scientific research, master professional equipment, and practice at university and employer sites.
Innovations have also affected the Moscow Electronic School. Here there was a service 'Student Portfolio', in which you can collect all the achievements and achievements of a student, including in Olympics and competitions sports.
Students and their parents will be able to enter information into the portfolio themselves and share it with teachers and organizations.
The Pentagon in Hawaii successfully tested the next-generation robotic anti-ship missile system NMESIS, which destroyed the decommissioned ship with a direct hit. It is assumed that such weapons will be used to protect state borders from possible maritime attack. AiF.ru understood its characteristics and perspectives.
How they experienced it
In August, the Experimental Complex was dispatched to participate in the maneuvers of the Naval Forces Large-Scale Exercise 2021. His fight & nbsp; The request was made on August 16 as part of a live fire training session called Sink at Sea Live Fire Training Exercises at Barking Sands Proving Grounds in Hawaii. An air cushion landing craft delivered an NMESIS launcher to one of the landfill beaches. In addition, this machine autonomously followed a given route and assumed a designated position. After that, the complex independently prepared for filming.
The training target was the decommissioned frigate USS Ingraham, which was located 100 nautical miles from the coast. Naval reconnaissance assets found it and transferred the designation of the target to the missile system. It launched and the NSM (Naval Strike Missile) rocket hit the target with a direct hit. After completing the firing, the NMESIS complex left the firing position and moved to the nearest airfield. There he was loaded onto a military transport plane and returned to his permanent base. The successful tests were conclusive. & Nbsp;
Description & nbsp; systems
NMESIS is a mobile launcher based on an army off-road vehicle chassis, but with unmanned control. The ROGUE Fires chassis developed by Oshkosh Defense based on the JLTV production vehicle with minor rework was chosen as the basis for such a sample. The two-axle chassis, standard engine, chassis and hood were retained. But instead of a hull with a cargo-passenger cabin, a payload platform is used – & mdash; lifting launcher for two NSM missiles.
These are medium-range subsonic missiles developed by the Norwegian company Kongsberg Defense & amp; Aerospace. These ammunition & nbsp; capable of hitting surface and ground targets at a distance of approximately 200 km. The missile is 4m long and weighs over 400kg, has a combined warhead and is equipped with a target recognition system. This combination, according to the Pentagon, will make it possible to quickly organize coastal defense against enemy ships with minimal risk to military personnel.
A set of control equipment has been developed for the ROGUE Fires chassis, including a variety of technical means of vision, computer equipment, communication systems and actuators. The chassis is able to collect as much data as possible, process it, and move independently along a given route. In addition, the machine can be controlled remotely by an operator.
The JLTV-based unmanned chassis is intended for use as a carrier of various weapons or devices. The coastal missile system is already on trial. The emergence of a multi-launch rocket system, self-propelled howitzer and other samples capable of solving a shooting mission without the direct presence of a person is expected. . It is assumed that in the future such robotic guns can be used to solve various combat missions. They can be quickly transferred to a given area and brought into firing position without endangering operators. The ROGUE Fires chassis has been tested for several years, it has constantly passed the main stages of development.
After successful testing, it was announced that the development of the NMESIS/ROGUE Fires project will continue on schedule. It is reported that in the near future the prototype of the NMESIS/ROGUE Fires complex will be delivered to one of the bases, where its experimental military operation will begin. It is planned to check the equipment in the conditions of the combat unit, to identify and correct the remaining deficiencies, as well as to train new operators and technicians.
In the current configuration, the NMESIS missile system was formed and built last year, in November 2020 it was completed on the first start. Perhaps there were other tests at sea and in fire. The exact results of the tests were not disclosed, but the very fact of involving the system in large-scale exercises suggests that the first stages of the tests were successful and confirmed the characteristics of all items. of the complex. In 2022, the Pentagon plans to place an order for the production of several pre-production NMESIS complexes, which & nbsp; will be manufactured before the end of this year. In 2023, they are expected to transfer to one of the units serving in Hawaii. Apparently we are now talking about launching a full-fledged operation with duty to alert and possible deployment to designated sites. In parallel, the development of the service experience and combat use of this weapon will continue.
The employer cannot shift the start of the working day to an earlier time without the consent of the employees. This clarification was made by the first general jurisdiction of the Court of Cassation in its examination of judicial practice. The reason for the clarifications was the case of Maria V., a resident of the Nizhny Novgorod region, whose bosses, by order, changed the working schedule. After refusing to come to work at eight in the morning, the woman was fired. & Lt;
Why was the court prohibited from shifting the working day without the workers' consent?
The court considered that changing the working schedule against the will of the employee was forced labor, which is prohibited by law in Russia. The court referred to Convention No. 29 of the International Labor Organization of June 28, 1930. The document was ratified in 1956 by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.
According to this document, forced labor is understood as any work that must be performed under the threat of any kind of sanction and for which the employee has not given his voluntary consent. According to the explanation of the court, the changes to the working hours from 9 a.m. to 8 a.m. are de jure mandatory, because the employee did not voluntarily offer her services during these hours. On the contrary, she was forced to come earlier on pain of sanction up to and including dismissal.
What if I need to change the work schedule?
According to article 72 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation, changes to the terms of an employment contract are allowed only with the agreement of parts. If the employee does not agree to work under the new conditions, then the employer is obliged to offer him another job in writing, explained the First Court of Cassation.
In this case, the employer is obligated to offer the employee all vacancies that meet the specified requirements as field. The employer is obliged to offer vacant positions in other localities, if this is provided for by the collective agreement, agreements, employment contract (article 74 of the Labor Code of the Federation of Russia)
severance pay in the amount of an average salary over two weeks in accordance with Part 7 of Art. 178 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation.
Can an employee demand reinstatement for unlawful dismissal?
In the event of unlawful dismissal, an employee has the right not only to demand reinstatement, but also to recover substantial compensation. A person should receive a salary that they could have received, but did not receive due to wrongful dismissal. In addition, courts must necessarily award compensation for moral injury.
Employees of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for & nbsp; Belgorod have stopped the activities of group members suspected of fraudulent actions with real estate, said the official representative of the Interior Ministry Irina Volk. & nbsp;
According to the investigation, The attackers acted according to a pre-planned scheme, submitting false documents on the acquisition of real estate for re-registration in their own name. & nbsp;
The group member was an employee of an institution providing public services and accepted false documents from an accomplice. Another of the attackers coordinated the group's actions. & Nbsp;
The defendants thus re-registered the apartment of a 94-year-old pensioner, they also attempted to take two apartments belonging to an 83-year-old resident of Belgorod. & Nbsp;
Currently two of them have been selected as a preventive measure in the form of detention, a & ndash; in the form of a pledge not to leave. & nbsp;
Two criminal cases have been opened, a preliminary investigation is underway.
Earlier, law enforcement officers in Moscow detained two convicted local residents who checked outlets on behalf of the supervisory authority of the Moscow State Authority. State.
30% of former businessmen work as taxi drivers. At the same time, 40% of all respondents combine this work with other activities. This is reported by Rossiyskaya Gazeta. with reference to the study of services Rabota.Ru; and Citymobil.
According to the source, 86% of taxi drivers have chosen this profession for additional income. At the same time, for 60% of those surveyed, it has become the only source of income, and the rest combine taxiing with other activities.
About 30% of former entrepreneurs occupy the taxi driver position. . At the same time, 27% of taxi drivers in the past were employees. There were 15% of former office workers in a taxi, and those who started working as a taxi driver immediately after graduation -; 11%.
The study proves that the most common category of drivers includes taxi drivers who have one to three years of experience (23%). 21% of drivers can claim a year of professional experience. Only 10% of respondents have been working in a taxi for more than 10 years, and for more than 20 years – 4%.
Previously, the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation offered to collect biometric data from taxi and carpooling drivers for their identification and authentication in the organizations information systems.
The Russian military is learning to repel drone attacks near the Afghan border, writes the Izvestia newspaper. citing sources at the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
It is noted that the exercises in the Central Asian region are designed to train personnel to protect the locations of troops, military bases and airfields from shock attacks and reconnaissance drones. Air defense forces, electronic warfare (EW) systems and motorized rifle units are involved in the maneuvers.
It is pointed out that the exercises of the units of the 201st Russian military base in Tajikistan, which has a common border with Afghanistan, are taking place almost without interruption.
The Defense Ministry told the edition that one of the episodes of the exercises, in which more than 300 military personnel participated, was recently developed at Kant Air Base in Kyrgyzstan. During the maneuvers, several attack and reconnaissance drones of the false enemy attempted to enter the airspace of the military camp.
The drones were detected by the calculation of the complex electronic warfare machine Silok-02. The army intercepted the control and took the vehicles to a safe distance, where they were destroyed. It is clarified that Kyrgyzstan does not have a common border with Afghanistan, but is in danger.
Recall that in August & nbsp; at Harb-Maidon training ground, 20 kilometers from the border with Afghanistan, & nbsp; joint exercises with the participation of 2.5 thousand military personnel from Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. & nbsp; The base of the Russian military contingent was formed by units of the 201st military base.
General designer of RSC Energia, flight director of the Russian segment of the ISS Vladimir Soloviev said that in 2027, Russia could start assembling a new space station , reports RIA Novosti.
“ Angara is in the process of being created, but, as my colleagues explain to me, with her help we will be able to launch new modules this year in 2027, when we hope , the infrastructure of the Vostochny Cosmodrome will be ready, & # 39; & # 39; & mdash; did he declare.
Soloviev noted that Russian cosmonauts will fly to the ISS until around 2028-2029, until the start of operation of the new national station.
He also added that the first will be the Science and Power Module for the ISS.
Recall that at the end of July, the Scientific and Technical Council of Roscosmos recommended to include work on the creation of a technical design of a new orbital station in the space program Federal – 2025 It was noted that the operation of the ISS is expected to be completed by 2028.
The station is slated to be established in two stages. In a first stage, from 2025 to 2030, Progress freighters will continue to fly to the new station. and piloted Soyuz.
Head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin said that the Russian Orbital Service Station (ROSS) will be the prototype of modules for traveling to other planets.
ROSS will be radically different from what exists today, the Roscosmos chief noted. He added that the work at the station would require the training of “specialists fundamentally new to the body of cosmonauts. “
Rospotrebnadzor's press service said there is virtually no risk of a fever unknown from India spreading to Russia, TASS reports.
The agency said that the state of Uttar Pradesh, where deaths from an unknown viral fever have been recorded, has no borders with Russia.
specified to Rospotrebnadzor.
Recall that 68 people died from an unknown viral fever in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Earlier, Rospotrebnadzor reported that a large number of mosquitoes can be seen in Russia in the fall, which carry West Nile fever, this is due to the abundant precipitation. & nbsp;
The department said a warm and prolonged fall is expected in the country, along with rains. These factors can cause a high number of vectors, which maintains the risk of transmission of the pathogen. & Nbsp;