The ADCMC organizes the first roundtable on the local emergency, crisis and disaster management system

  • Improving the specialist culture and efficiency of the emergency, crisis and disaster system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Center (ADCMC) organized the first roundtable on the local emergency, crisis and disaster management system in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi School of Government. The panel sought to strengthen specialist culture and increase efficiency by highlighting the concepts, frameworks and policies in place in the emergency, crisis and disaster system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

The panel was held at ADSG headquarters and involved a number of high-level discussions on a range of topics, including crises, emergencies and disaster management, unified global concepts and a review of best global practices in the field. This was in addition to highlighting the role of the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) and the role of the ADCMC, as well as the concept of local level response.

The panel discussion was introduced by the most eminent speakers: His Excellency Dr. Abdulla Hamarain Al Dhaheri and Dr. Hamdan Rashid Al Shamsi from ADCMC, Dr. Mohammad Salem Al Ameri from NCEMA and Dr. Carlos Samuel from the Rabdan Academy.

The panel targeted Abu Dhabi Government employees in executive and management positions, and saw participation from prominent government entities in Abu Dhabi.

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