The National Defence and Crisis Management Centre of the Qatar Armed Forces has concluded a two-day workshop on crises and
The workshop was presented by Dr Mohammed Khalifa Mubarak al-Kuwari, assistant professor at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and head of the Department of Human Sciences, Qatar University, and Saif Saeed al-Nuaimi, director of health, safety and environment of Qatar Petroleum, in the presence of Brig General Abdullah Eid al-Berdini, commander of the National Defence and Crisis Management Centre.
The workshop featured several important topics including unification of the concept of collective action between ministries and institutions and the State’s bodies in crisis and disaster situations, and to raise awareness among civilians in the event of crises and how to deal with them.
It also dealt with the nature of the work and the possibilities available in all ministries, institutions to identify the negatives and how to address them to ensure that they are not
Among of the most likely crises facing the National Defence and Crisis Management Centre are wars, nuclear accidents, major fires, poisonous gas leaks, water poisoning, earthquakes, oil spillage, total power or water outages,
hijacking and terrorism.
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