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Yaroslavl power engineers and the regional department of education launch a children’s creative competition on electrical safety


The branch “Rosseti Centre Yarenergo” together with the Department of Education of the Yaroslavl Region announce the launch of the “Four Seasons of Electrical Safety” children’s art contest for prevention of electrical injuries. Pupils of general educational institutions and organizations of additional education at the age from 7 to 18 years are invited to participate.

Participants need to independently prepare their own creative work in accordance with the Regulation on the competition (see it on the link and show the importance of observing the basic rules for the safe handling of electricity. In this case, it is necessary to focus on the time of year when the chosen topic is especially relevant. The main criterion for evaluating projects is originality. The contest committee reserves the right to assign lower scores to repeated works taken from the Internet.

Works will be accepted from 10 February to 31 March 2020. The best ones will be awarded with diplomas and prizes.

The contest “Four Seasons of Electrical Safety” is designed to draw the attention of children, parents and teachers to the safe handling of electrical appliances in everyday life and the rules of conduct near electrical installations in the street. It is part of the comprehensive program of the same name, which has been implemented in the Yaroslavl region for the second year and combines various projects, social events, lessons and meetings on the topic of electrical safety on the basis of the “seasonality” principle. Practice shows that it is easier for schoolchildren to distinguish between the types of electricity dangers associatively during the seasons and to warn them or to choose the right ways out of dangerous situations. The program won the “Safe Energy” nomination at the All-Russian contest of media, press services of companies of the fuel and energy complex and regional administrations “MediaTEK”, supported by the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation.

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