Jordan: The Director of Jordanian Public Security, Major General Obaidullah Al-Mawaita, has visited the Directorate of Civil Defence in Central Oman and emphasized the important role that the Directorate of Civil Defence plays in providing comprehensive humanitarian services around the clock and in various circumstances and conditions, citing its readiness and craftsmanship of its affiliates.
Among the Maayat brigade during his visit to the Directorate of Civil Defence in Central Oman, the work of the civil defence officers of tireless professional efforts is the pride of our wise Hashemite leadership, emphasizing the need to continue to provide humanitarian services at the highest levels to ensure the speed of response while dealing with emergency incidents on their difference Service to the citizens.
The Calling Brigade pointed out that the Directorate of Public Security is keen to provide all the capabilities to build the capabilities of the Directorate’s personnel and upgrade them according to the best standards by providing qualified and trained human personnel, advanced and modern mechanisms, and equipment in accordance with the Kingdom’s development in the urban and industrial field, to enable it to perform Her homework is very professional.
The Director of Public Security appreciated the great efforts made by civil Defence personnel during the implementation of their humanitarian tasks and duties and the excellent level reached in emergency response.
The tasks contributed to the reduction of damage and loss of life and property, directed to the necessity of continuing this high-level manner based on Optimal participation between all public security units and specialized state institutions.
The acting brigade also listened to a brief by the director of the Directorate of Civil Defence in Central Oman on the top duties of the Directorate, operational plans, and the statistics of incidents that were dealt with.
On the other hand, the equitable brigade visited the Medical Assurance Command to review the reality of medical and therapeutic services provided to the salaries of the Directorate of Public Security and listened to a briefing on the updated service of linking ambulances to the medical Assurance Command Centre in relation to the tracking of ill cases dealt with by the civil Defence ambulance cadres.
Notably, this service features the ability to view the medical reports of a patient’s condition via email and directly, which enables him to provide the correct medical advice to paramedics until reaching the hospital; noting that this service was applied as a primary phase in the capital Oman, and will later be applied in all regions of the Kingdom.