Abu Dhabi activates new rescue, firefighting points

Abu Dhabi Media Office

The Abu Dhabi Civil Defence Authority (ADCDA) has announced the activation of 37 new rescue and firefighting points throughout the emirate.

This initiative aims to enhance emergency response times and improve readiness when dealing with potential emergencies and accidents.

The new rescue and firefighting points are in 16 locations in Abu Dhabi, 14 in Al Ain and 7 in Al Dhafra Region.

These sites are equipped with advanced technology and equipment to ensure the highest standards of efficiency.

Brigadier Salem Abdullah bin Barrak Al Dhaheri, Acting Director General of ADCDA, said that the initiative is part of a comprehensive plan to support the emirate’s emergency system, which also includes training human resources and developing programmes and operations.

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