Representatives of the student trade union committee of ONMedU and the chief engineer of the institution carried out another inspection to eliminate the shortcomings of living conditions in university dormitories. This time they visited the dormitories 1/1 and 1/2 on 4-a Yadova St.. The electrical fittings were inspected from the basement to the ninth floor. It was found out that old lighting fixtures, sockets, electrical switches and circuit breakers had been replaced, all open wiring areas were hidden in cable plastic boxes, all interfloor electrical switchboards with limited access from outsiders had been repaired. Technical and preventive work in the internal transformer substations and replacement of old electrical components / devices has been carried out. “We are satisfied with the work done on electricity, but there is still a lot to do,” said Serhiy Chaplynskyi, the Chief Engineer of ONMedU.
The students of the dormitory are also satisfied with the work of the electrical engineering service of the university. According to Diana Pechak, a fourth-year student at the Faculty of Medicine № 2, electricity was a major problem in the dormitory. “There used to be a lot of complaints that there were regular power cuts, the sockets were on fire, and a lot of things were working badly. At the moment, I can say that a lot of work has been done in this direction, indeed, the shields have been changed, and there are no more power cuts. When it comes to replacing the sockets in the room, it has also become easier – you need to sign up for a watch and call an electrician, who will definitely come. So, we see the improvement, “Diana said.