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MME trains staff on first aid to reduce risks.

The Center for Environmental and Municipal Studies in the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME), in collaboration with Hamad Medical Corporation (Ambulance Service), organised a first aid training session at the Agricultural Laboratories headquarters in Al-Mansour Tower. The course was attended by 18 employees of the Agricultural Research and Livestock Administration. The workshop comes in line with the recommendations of the occupational health and safety programme launched by the Center for Environmental and Municipal Studies in 2017, which aims to reduce risks, accidents and injuries at various work sites through training, rehabilitation and development of human cadres of employees and workers. Safety and emergency response have become pillars of the different areas of work at the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, raising the level of readiness to deal with any exceptional circumstances. Qatar has made capacity-building a national priority under the Qatar National Vision 2030, which aims to provide a stable life for the community and boost national preparedness through the services provided by the ministry to the Qatari community. The Center for Environmental and Municipal Studies has prepared numerous training programmes on incident prevention. (TNN)

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Date:Aug 12, 2018
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