Heat wave: Telecom in public sector till Thursday

With the telework option, the state will work for the next three days (Tuesday-Thursday) due to the impending heat wave, which has put the government machinery on alert.

As stated in the relevant notification of the Ministry of Home Affairs, they are expected Protective measures for the health of public servants, whether they belong to vulnerable groups or not.

More specifically, it is provided a) telecommunication application or b) Using a special license or c) Flexible arrival and departure times.

In cases where the nature of duties of employees so requires OutsourcingThey must use the recommended means of personal protection, while it is recommended to avoid work during the peak hours of heat (12.00 – 17.00).

As for them Appointments in Public Services Careful rescheduling of scheduled services during periods of extreme heat.

Detailed Notification of Ministry of Home Affairs on Convection

Following an announcement by the National Meteorological Service (NMS) about the impending heatwave, the Ministry of Home Affairs issued a circular detailing the security measures following a meeting with the Civil Defense Secretariat of the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Defense. Days with extremely high temperatures above 40°C are beneficial to the functioning of public services and the health of public workers. (Tuesday 11 June 2024 to Thursday 13 June 2024)

Especially, for enlisted government employees Inside Vulnerable groups are expected to use telework. If this is not possible, due to the nature of their duties, they may not attend their service Using a special permit. Their belonging to vulnerable groups is established on the basis of relevant data already held for the employee or in collaboration with the service’s medical examiner or occupational physician or on the basis of the employee’s submission of a relevant medical opinion. will be received.

As for them Government servants who do not belong to vulnerable groupsThey can offer their services telecommunicationand where this is not possible flexible arrival and departure times will be used.

Especially for employees who require the nature of their duties OutsourcingThey should use recommended personal protective equipment Avoiding work during peak hours (12.00 – 17.00)..

It has been clarified that any meetings with public services scheduled during the peak of the heat wave are scheduled to avoid suffering of the citizens and to protect their health. They need to be reprogrammed through the Services.

However, all public services and government bodies must provide their services to citizens without interruption and ensure their smooth functioning.

EMY’s Emergency Heat Bulletin

According to National Weather Service (EMY), an extensive high pressure field covering Africa and the central Mediterranean coast and gradually expanding further east with very warm air masses, will cause very high temperatures in our country. Tuesday (11-6-2024) to Friday (14-6-2024). Higher temperatures occur in the interior of mainland Greece, mainly in the central and southern regions, which are not affected by sea breezes.

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1. her tuesday (11-6-2024) High temperatures will prevail mainly over central and southern continental regions. The maximum temperature value reached is:

A. 36 to 37 degrees in northern continental areas and 37 to 38 degrees Celsius in central Macedonia.

B. 36 to 39°C in western Styria and western Peloponnese.

c. 39 to 40 in eastern Styria, Thessaly and eastern Peloponnese and 41 degrees Celsius inland.

E. 34 to 36°C in the island nation, 37 to 38°C in the Ionian Islands and Dodecanese and 39°C in the interior of Crete.

2. her Wednesday (12-6-2024) and Thursday (13-6-2024) Temperatures will peak at their maximum and minimum values.

A. In the northern continental areas, the maximum value of the temperature ranges from 38 to 39 degrees, and in central Macedonia it reaches up to 40 degrees Celsius, and its minimum values ​​are from 25 to 27 degrees Celsius.

B. Western Styria and Western Peloponnese have maximum temperatures of 38 to 40 °C and Thessaly 41 to 42 °C with minimum values ​​of 26 to 28 °C.

c. In Eastern Styria and Eastern Peloponnese, it can be 41 to 42 degrees Celsius and in places 43 degrees Celsius, while its minimum values ​​are between 27 and 29 degrees Celsius.

E. The highest temperature values ​​in the island nation reach 35 to 37 degrees Celsius, 38 to 39 degrees in the Ionian Islands, East Aegean Islands and Dodecanese Islands, and 40 to 42 degrees inland in the interior of Crete. degrees Celsius. Its minimum values ​​range from 27 to 29 degrees Celsius.

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e. In Attica, the maximum temperature on Thursday will be 40 to 41 degrees Celsius in the interior and 42 degrees Celsius, with a low of 3 to 5 degrees in the coastal areas.

3. her Friday (14-6-2024) Temperatures will drop in the west, center and north, but in other areas it will be at very high levels, from the afternoon a change in weather is expected in the north Greece with storms with strong winds.

A. In the northern continental areas, the maximum value of the temperature ranges from 34 to 36 degrees, and in central Macedonia it is 37 degrees Celsius, while its minimum values ​​are from 24 to 26 degrees Celsius.

B. In the rest of the mainland, maximum temperatures range from 36 to 38 degrees, in the interior of Styria, Thessaly and the Peloponnese, 39 degrees Celsius, with minimum values ​​ranging from 25 to 27 degrees.

c. In the island nation, the maximum temperature ranges from 34 to 36 degrees, in the eastern Aegean islands, the Dodecanese and the interior of Crete, from 37 to 39 and 40 degrees Celsius, while its minimum values ​​are around 27. up to 28 degrees Celsius.

It is significant Weekend Across the country, temperatures will drop by 6 to 8 degrees, returning to normal for the season. At the same time, strong northerly winds will prevail.

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