The Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Center of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi has organized a business continuity forum at the St. Regis Abu Dhabi Hotel.
His Excellency Staff Major General Pilot Faris Khalaf Al Mazrouei Abu Dhabi Police Commander-in-Chief, Head of Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management honored government entities and companies applying the National Standard for Business Continuity Management System NCEMA7000. This was in the attendance of H.E. Obaid Rashid AL Hassan Al Shamsi, Vice President, and Nasser Humaid Obaid Al Nuaimi Director General of Emergencies, Crises & Disasters Management Center, Team members, and Excellencies.
Three winners from government entities were honored at the forum, with the General Headquarters of Abu Dhabi Police at first place, the Environment Agency at second place, and the Department of Energy at third place.
The top three government-owned companies were also honored, with Abu Dhabi Ports Group at first place, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) at second place, and Abu Dhabi Health Services Company - SEHA at third place.
The Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Center of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi is keen to promote a culture of business continuity and looks forward to working with strategic partners in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to help local entities obtain certificates of compliance with the national standard during the coming year.
The Center also emphasizes the opportunities for exchanging experiences with the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, which will enhance the pace of fruitful work and constructive cooperation that will eventually lead to achieving the Abu Dhabi government's vision of making emirate the leading model in emergency, crisis and disaster management.
The Center declared that the number of entities applying the National Standard for Business Continuity Management System reached 51 entities and that the winning entities were chosen based on the output of the external 2021 audit.