On December 2-5, 2021 training with partners from Ukraine took place Ivano-Frankivsk region, Ukraine. It is another training in the series of joint training under the project “Adaptation of former observatory on the Pip Ivan mountain to the needs of alpine rescue service training center” (PIMReC).Continue reading Joint training in rope techniques and evacuation from difficult accessible places in rocky areas in Ukraine
11-14th November, a training was held for mountain rescuers from Poland and Ukraine in rope techniques and evacuation from hard-to-reach places in Sanok (PL). This action will increase their professional skills and improve their reaction time. During the training, the equipment purchased from the project was used, which will also be needed during the real rescue operations.Continue reading Training in rope techniques and evacuation from difficult accessible places PL
On Saturday, September 11 this year. On the Wyżniańska Pass (near the town of Wetlina, Poland) the PIMReC Project Info Day took place.Continue reading 4th PIMReC Project Info Day
On July 15-18, 2021, 16 mountain rescuers (10 from the Ukrainian side and 6 from the Polish side) underwent theoretical and practical training in the organization and conducting of search and rescue operations in mountain areas.Continue reading Joint training of Ukrainian and Polish rescuers took place in the Eastern Carpathians
On Tuesday, May 18, 11:00 till 13:30 (10:00-12:30 Polish time) information event devoted to safe tourism in mountain regions and improvement of rescuers operation in the high mountain area with the procured equipment and establishment of International Training Center for rescuers under the project of Cross- Border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020 “Adaptation of the former observatory on Mountain Pip Ivan to the needs of the high-altitude rescue training center (PIMReC)”will be held.Continue reading Third Info Day – PIMReC Project – Announcement
On April 22, 2020 partners of the project PIMReC – «Adaptation of former observatory on the Pip Ivan mountain to the needs of alpine rescue service training center» organized online coordination meeting via Cisco WebEx cloud platform. Project aim is to establish close cooperation between Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University and Warsaw University, Polish and Ukrainian rescue services to enhance the safety of mountain tourism.Continue reading 3rd Steering Committee Meeting of the PIMReC Projec
On February 20 within the project entitled “Adaptation of the former observatory on the Pip Ivan Mountain for the needs of the Mountain Rescue Training Center” (PIMReC) at the Precarpathian national University in Ivano-Frankivsk a round table was held. During the event for various tourist companies and organizations in Ivano-Frankivsk region the importance of implementing the PIMReC project for improving the safety tourism and cross-border territories in the Carpathian Mountains was presented.
On December 12-14, 2019, in Wetlina (Poland), 10 Ukrainian rescuers from the Pip Ivan Mountain Rescue team (Department of State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Ivano-Frankivsk region) and 10 Polish rescuers from Mountain Volunteer Search and Rescue Bieszczady Group (GOPR Bieszczady) participated in common training.Continue reading Joint Polish-Ukrainian mountain rescue services training have begun
February 22, in Yaremchea grant agreement between Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University and the Ministry of Investment and Development of Poland concerning the project “Adaptation of former observatory on the Pope Ivan mountain to the needs of alpine rescue service training center” in the framework of EU cross-border cooperation Poland-Belarus-Ukraine (PL-BU-UA) 2014-2020 has beensigned.
The concept suggested by the Precarpathian National University is to create a centre, which combines a modern scientific research center with the base training for conducting search-and-rescue operations. Implementation of the project is based on the previous agreements between the Precarpathian National University and the department ofDSNS in Ivano-Frankivskregion, on the basis of which from September 2017, in the International Scientific Center «Observatory» operates 24/7Iavirnytsk search and rescue branch of the 4th specialized search-and-rescue team of DSNS in the Ivano-Frankivskregion, Ukraine.
The partners of the Precarpathian National University in this project are the University of Warsaw, which implemented a joint project to create an international scientific centre “Observatory on Mount PIP Ivan” (the Carpathian mountains), as well as the department of DSNS in Ivano-Frankivskregion, Ukraine and the Beshchadsky Mountain Rescue Department (city of Sanok, Poland).
In the framework of the project, installation of modern meteorological equipment, acquisition of the necessary rescue techniques and modern equipment for Ukrainian and Polish rescue squads in order to perform search and rescue operations in the difficult conditions of highlands, joint training and exercises have been planned. Part of the funds will be directed to the renovation and equipping of the premises in the framework of the project tasks