Hoa Binh has paid due attention to fire prevention at local industrial parks through promoting communications work to raise businesses’ awareness of fire safety, and guiding them how to well implement related regulations.


 A firefighting and rescue rehearsal at VN Etch Home Technology Company Limited, Luong Son Industrial Park.

The province is now home to 107 production and business projects at industrial parks, most of them in the areas of support industry, electronics, household appliance, garment and textile, and plywood processing - a group of high risk of fire and explosion. Therefore, the management boards of the parks have worked closely with firefighting and rescue force on the fire prevention work.

A firefighting and rescue rehearsal was organised by the Hoa Binh Management Board of Industrial Parks and Hoa Binh police’s firefighting and rescue department at VN Etch Home Technology Company Limited, Luong Son Industrial Park, in the end of April. During the 30-minute drill, the participants instructed workers how to escape the site, operate rescue work at the workshop, protect the assets, and ensure smooth traffic flow.

Etch Home Technology Director Cho Chia Wen described the drill as a practical event that helps raise businesses’ awareness of the fire fighting and prevention work, and enhance their response capacity.

Together with the rehearsal, the management board organises annual conferences to popularise related laws among the enterprises in a move to ensure safety for production and contribute to creating a sound environment to lure investments.

Besides, investors of industrial parks from 50 hectares are ordered to set up a firefighting squad who receives regular training on the area and is responsible for inspection on measures to prevent fire and explosion, management of electrical system as well as dangerous substances and products.

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