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Lt-Gen. Expert Rashid Al Matrooshi reviews the Civil Defense plan to secure "Expo 2020"

2021 09 12 1NA

Lt-Gen. Expert Rashid Al Matrooshi reviews the Civil Defense plan to secure "Expo 2020"

His Excellency Lt-Gen. Rashid Thani Al Matrooshi, Director General of the DCD, chaired a meeting to discuss the security plan and review the arrangements for executive work plans to secure the activities and events accompanying the Expo 2020, which will be implemented during the exhibition period from October 1st up to -31st of March 2022. In order to achieve the highest indicators of prevention, safety, and security for visitors of the exhibition, including dignitaries, participants, and the public.

His Excellency was briefed on the readiness of the main operating rooms, firefighters and rescuers, the operational plans of the fire and rescue sectors, smart services, resources, and support services, to carry out the tasks carried out by Dubai Civil Defense professionally mainly, and support operations in accordance with the highest international applied standards.

Reports and plans developed by each sector were introduced to his Excellency according to the highest indicators of outstanding professional performance within the responsibilities and priorities of the Expo 2020 insurance plan, aiming to contribute and achieve the strategic goal, to present a unique version 0f Dubai Expo 2020, that makes it one of the best Expos globally.

His Excellency Al Matrooshi confirmed the readiness of Dubai Civil Defense to take its leading and national role in the global event hosted by the United Arab Emirates, in the Emirate of Dubai, according to the integrated proactive and operational plans and strategies that guarantee the safety and protection of participants and visitors, as field teams and specialized units are prepared to perform their role for high professionalism 24 hours a day, within the best practices and applied successful practices.

He pointed to harnessing the technical capabilities and human expertise, to achieve the objectives of the Dubai government, as all the project buildings were linked to the smart monitoring system (7×24) around the clock, in order to enhance safety, protection, and prevention Procedures, and to ensure that they were put into practice to ensure the protection of participants and visitors, and confirming the covenant that we remain loyal to the national projects by sacrifice and loyalty to the homeland and its rational leadership at all times and occasions.

The meeting was held in the presence of Maj. Gen. Jamal bin Aded Al Muhairi, Assistant Director-General for Resources and Support Services Affairs, Brigadier General Rashid Khalifah Al Falasi, Assistant Director-General for Smart Services, Brigadier General Expert Ali Hassan Al Mutawaa, Assistant Director-General for Fire and Rescue Affairs, sector leaders and directors of relevant departments.

 
 
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