Ajman civil defence in cooperation with the Emirates Red crescent organized a training program coinciding with the campaign " safety in summer" which aims the prevention of the summer incidents and avoiding the occurrence of the same.
Organizing of the training program comes as a part of the strategic partnership with community organizations and as a term in the guidance plan which has been prepared by Ajman civil defence to spread preventive awareness to secure the safety for all during the summer season
Participated at the training program The Red Crescent's volunteers numbered 64 at the presence of H.E. Saif Ibrahim Al Nuaimi, Emirates Red Crescent Center's director in Ajman The training program included an awareness lecture on summer fire incidents and how to confront them in proper and safe ways.
The program included as well the definition of fire types, reviewing the manual extinguishers' devices types, how to use the same. A film has been presented on the suitable fire extinguishers which supposed to be used inside the kitchen, detailed illustration about gas leaking reasons and how to deal with leaking cases
The awareness lecturers provided a number of advises, directions aiming to safeguard lives and properties, let them know how to initially deal with fire without exposing themselves to danger through training on confronting fire by using fire extinguishers, and direct them to the importance of adhering with the general prevention & safety requirements defined by the civil defence.
H.E. .Saif Ibrahim Al Nuaimi, Emirates Red Crescent Center's director in Ajman, stated that " we endeavor to increase awareness on fire prevention methods, the followed safety procedures in case of fire at working places and homes, which aims at the first place to protect lives and properties".
H.E. added that " our participation at this awareness training program came within the framework of caring to provide our staff with the required expertise of dealing with such emergency cases, especially as they are from the essentials which should be mastered by staff and volunteers."