The strategy to be followed during these visits is to strengthen the prevention system by elaborating a detailed plan against risks, so that we are not surprised by problems, said Pardo Guerra, who is also a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC).
On Monday, Pardo Guerra, accompanied by Deivy Perez, a member of the Central Committee and the PCC secretary in Sancti Spiritus, and Governor Teresita Romero, visited several institutions in the municipalities of Sancti Spiritus and La Sierpe.
At the Zaza dam, the largest artificial lake in the country, he called to be prepared for any extreme event that may occur.
He learned that the dam stores 40 percent of its capacity, as well as the measures and arrangements of the personnel to face meteorological events.
Pardo Guerra also toured the facilities of the Angel Montejo rice mill, where he was interested in the recently updated parboiled rice line, which will be put into operation.
He also visited Unidad Empresarial de Base La Estancia, the company that produces the compotes for children’s basic food basket.
In the provincial capital, he met with members of the micro, small and medium-sized enterprise Don Cayetano, which makes furniture, where he stressed the importance of having a disaster risk reduction plan and urged them to join the Civil Defense activities.
Pardo Guerra’s visit to assess compliance with protection measures in municipalities, enterprises, organizations, MSMEs, vulnerable zones and neighborhoods in Sancti Spiritus will conclude on Wednesday.