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Representatives of the construction crew “Phoenix” discussed with power engineers the features of the upcoming work


For the second year in a row, two student construction crews have been working at the branch “Rosseti Centre Smolenskenergo”*. One of them consists of students of core specialties of secondary vocational schools of the Smolensk region (the construction crew “Phoenix”) - Smolensk Polytechnic Technical School, Yartsev Industrial Technical School, Roslavlsky Multi-Profile College, Safonovsky Branch of Vocational Education Academy, Vyazemsky Polytechnic Technical School, Vyazma Railway Technical School. There are 23 students in the crew.

The guys will work for one and a half months in Roslavlsky, Kardymovsky, Velizhsky, Yartsevsky, Shumyachsky, Novoduginsky, Sychevsky, Vyazemsky, Safonovsky and Dorogobuzhsky Distribution Zones of Smolenskenergo, as well as in the central section of the diagnostics service. At the time of the work, the students will become electricians for operation of distribution grids, electricians for testing and measurement, and electricians for operation of electricity meters.

“I was looking forward to the start of the semester. I hope to gain professional skills and new knowledge from work in an electric grid company, which will be useful both in studies and in future work. I am sure that the work over these one and a half months will be interesting and fruitful,” commented the commander of the construction crew Vyacheslav Petrov.

All members of the construction crew passed a special course on labour protection, passed the exam and received a group on electrical safety. Experienced managers told them about the goals and objectives of the work performed, outlined the scope of the work ahead and the specifics of its performance.

* - From June 2019, all companies of the transmission and distribution grid complex in corporate and marketing communications, as well as on all corporate identity carriers will use the new name containing the Rosseti trademark and regional or functional binding.

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