Kazakhstan: Throughput Mode To Be Introduced At The Railway Station Of Astana
The 1st April at the railway station of Astana will be introduced throughput mode, reports KazWorld.info with reference to the press-service of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy.
More than 150 members of the militarized railway guard are being trained under the program “Inspection on objects of transport infrastructure”.
The inspectors of the inspection will be properly trained, get the skills of conduct in emergency situations and show correct attitude to the passengers.
From 1 April 2017 employees of MRG will start inspecting passengers and their luggage at the railway station of Astana. Overall, it is planned to use a boarding service with a staff of 149 units.
About 300 workers will also be trained under the training program “Inspection on objects of transport infrastructure”. They will work on the new station building in Astana.
Screening system at the railway station Almaty-1 and Almaty-2 have been operating more than month. During this time, did not have any contingency at the railway stations.
“On the stations operates all required inspection equipment, including 12 sets of x-ray machines, eight of which are in Almaty-1 and four in Almaty-2” – said the Deputy Director of the station economy of the Almaty branch of the highway network Eric Shintekov.
Passengers and visitors are treated with understanding and follow the rules of inspection of hand baggage and luggage.
Recall, the inspection procedure is determined depending on the level of terrorist threat. In the absence of a terrorist threat or moderate (yellow) level of terrorist threat inspection will be selective. When you declare a high (“orange”) and critical (“red”) threat level inspection is required for all passengers and visitors, including hand luggage and luggage.
The main objective of the inspection is a timely warning and intersection attacks on the transport infrastructure of individuals with devices or substances that can be used as tools of violence or may be the cause of the accident.
Press-service of JSC “NC “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy”