Has your home been connected to Dubai Civil Defence?

By Sheena Amos

DUBAI 23 January 2018: Dubai Civil Defence, has, starting yesterday, started connecting residential houses and villas to the Civil Defence’s early warning system.

Major General Rashid Thani Al Matroushi, Director General, said that registration for the nationals will begin within a week through the Civil Defence’s website for the installation of the smart warning system to begin within a month from now, said Wam.

He expressed his utmost condolences and sympathies to the family of UAE national Al Sreidi for the death of seven of his children in a fire accident at their home in the Emirate of Fujairah, praying to Allah the Almighty to rest their souls in Paradise and to grant their family patience and solace.

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Al Matroushi added that his administration has worked out mechanisms to execute and overcome all the obstacles that prevent Emratis from joining it and contributing to accomplishing the work in a short time.

He clarified that the smart warning system installation process takes a record time of only 24 hours. This includes the establishment of a smart data plaque placed at the house entrance.

It features keys connected to an operations room, which send direct signals in the case of any fire before it even spreads. It can also make a call for help to the operations room connected to the system.

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