Khalifa Bin Darri, Executive Director of the DCAS
, said the initiative reflects the cohesion between the leadership, headed by President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the UAE people and also commemorates the sacrifices made by the UAE heroes.
, which manages more than 4,000 municipal buildings, is responsible for ensuring that municipal buildings meet the City's goal by accurately tracking energy use, benchmarking performance metrics, and spearheading building retrofits for improved efficiency.
had asked private health institutions which operate ambulance services to rectify their status, make amendments, get the licence and be qualified enough for the job so they can be in compliance with the provisions of the executive council law.
want to support the troops and contribute to humanitarian missions.
Other establishments faced hefty fines for running an ambulance service without obtaining permits from DCAS
, he added.
In another interesting step in smart communication, DCAS
has tied up with NFC Medic, which offers NFC-enabled bracelets, chains as well as other accessories that can store a person's health-related information.
Ted Rotante of First Service Williams represented Van Valkenburg, and Peter Hennessy of Jones Lang LaSalle represented DCAS
, while the property's landlord was represented by Chris Havens of Corporate Real Estate Services, Inc.
has two mama ambulances stationed in Dubai's densely populated areas, Deira and Bur Dubai.
The simple and easy to learn procedure could increase the chances of survival for a medical emergency victim significantly," said Dr Maryam Khamis Al Oufi, Head of Social Awareness at DCAS
Established in 1996 by the merger of the former departments of General Services and Personnel, DCAS
was created as part of an initiative to streamline government and make it more responsive.
has noticed a shortage in the number of first-aid volunteers in Dubai and hopes that more people step up to serve their community.
Khalifa bin Drai, Executive Director of the DCAS
, said most of the calls it received last year were for urgent medical aid for people who suffered from critical, moderate and minor injuries.