AD Ports Group Announces For A Joint Exercise At Delma Port
AD Ports Group, one of the leading facilitators of global trade, logistics, and industry, is notifying the public that a joint training exercise will occur at 10:00 am on 24 November 2022 at Delma Port. The exercise will simulate a maritime incident at the port – this will be a part of ongoing planning and preparation for emergency and crisis response in Abu Dhabi.
Thirteen government entities will be participating in this joint exercise, and some entities from the private sector.
Participants include the Emergencies, Crises and Disasters Management Centre in Abu Dhabi (Joint Local Operations Center); Critical Infrastructure and Coastal Protection Authority; Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, Department of Municipalities and Transport; Abu Dhabi Civil Defense Authority; Department of Health – Abu Dhabi; Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center – Tadweer; Department of Culture and Tourism; Abu Dhabi Customs; National Center of Meteorology; Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC); Abu Dhabi Government Media Office; Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Delma Island Airport); Zayed Search and Rescue Volunteer Team; Dalma Co-operative Society; and National Search and Rescue Center; and Emirates Red Crescent.
The joint exercise intends to explain the roles and duties of the many organizations participating in the exercise, as well as to monitor their skills and identify areas for development. It will improve AD Ports Group‘s and other participating companies’ ability to handle possible hazards in occurrences that demand a coordinated response.
Preparation for the joint exercise includes establishing all participating organizations’ roles and duties and designating observers to assess team performance. It will also comprise developing a communication management team, identifying reaction team activities and priorities, evaluating the degree of emergency classification, and collaborating with authorities. Furthermore, the exercise will guarantee that the resources and capabilities necessary to monitor the potential hazards of any crisis and how best to respond are accessible.