- A fleet of 300 Renault Master vehicles is delivered to the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations
- The vehicles have been modified according to the IGSU requirements, and are part of the LIOP 2014-2020 Programme, which is aimed at improving of the provided services
Last week, Renault Commercial Roumanie started to deliver the first 300 ambulances purchased under the LIOP 2014-2020 Programme – “Improving Medical Emergency Response Capacity”. This batch consists of B 4×2 Renault Master L2H2 170 CP TT vehicles that were transformed according to the IGSU requirements.
The first ambulances have been already delivered according to the following schedule:
- On December 11, the Center Region (the counties of Alba, Brasov, Covasna, Harghita, Mures and Sibiu) – 43 ambulances
- On December 12, the West Region (the counties of Arad, Caras-Severin, Hunedoara, Timis) – 32 ambulances
- On December 13, the North-West Region (the counties of Bihor, Bistrita-Nasaud, Cluj, Maramures, Salaj, Satu Mare) – 41 ambulances
The delivery schedule for the other eligible regions of the countries is as follows:
- On December 14, the North-East Region (the counties of Bacau, Botosani, Iasi, Neamt, Suceava, Vaslui) – 56 ambulances
- On December 15, the South Region (the counties of Arges, Calarasi, Dambovita, Giurgiu, Ialomita, Prahova, Teleorman) – 48 ambulances
- On December 16, the South-East Region (the counties of Braila, Buzau, Constanta, Galati, Tulcea) – 46 ambulances
- On December 17, the South-East Region (the counties of Dolj, Gorj, Mehedinti, Olt, Valcea) – 34 ambulances
By this programme developed by the Emergency Situations Department through the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, the integrated emergency system will benefit from improved service delivery and qualified first aid assessment, medical care and patient transportation being provided at high standards. The eligible beneficiaries are the partnerships formed between the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, as the leader of the partnership, and the County Inspectorates for Emergency Situations of each region, the County Ambulance Service, the local public administration authorities, as well as the public institutions with duties in the field of searching and rescuing people in the mountain areas.