Sharjah installs over 6,940 Aman fire safety devices in H1 of 2021

Over 6,940 Aman fire safety devices installed in Sharjah in H1 of 2021

SHARJAH, july 5th, 2021 (WAM) — The Sharjah Prevention and Safety Authority and SANED Facility Management have announced the installation and registration greater than 6,940 Aman fire safety devices through the first 1 / 2 of 2021.

These devices connects the fire systems in the facilities to the Operations Room of the overall Directorate of Civil Defence and the SANED Operations Room to lessen the response time and energy to cope with fires.

Sheikh Eng. Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Prevention and Safety Authority in Sharjah, stated that the safety device plays a role in protecting lives throughout a fire, and called on the owners of property and facilities in the Emirate of Sharjah to increase registration in the machine because of the benefits that accrue to residents and properties alike.

“A lot more than 6,940 ‘Aman’ safety devices have already been installed and registered in a variety of regions of Sharjah through the first half of this season in partnership and coordination with the Sharjah Prevention and Safety Authority and General Directorate of Civil Defence. That is based on the team’s plans and agenda to cover all residential, commercial and industrial areas because the installing Aman is mandatory for several facilities in Sharjah to set up place the highest degrees of prevention and safety in the Emirate,” said Sultan Al Ketbi, CEO of SANED.

Al Ketbi remarked that the target is to reach 100 % compliance of the owners and investors of property in the Emirate of Sharjah because the decision to instal and connect a sophisticated security system to safeguard buildings from fire and accidents applies by the end of the year.

“Aman” may be the system approved in the emirate, beneath the Executive Council Resolution No. (20) of 2019, which requires industrial and commercial establishments and residential buildings to instal a security system that’s linked to the operations room of the Civil Defence Department.

The expense of installing the safety device is AED4,200. It electronically links the alarms with the operations room of the overall Directorate of Civil Defence and the safety operations room of SANED Company, the project’s executive arm, which operates round-the-clock, week seven days a.

SANED Facility Management is owned by Sharjah Asset Management, the investment arm of the national government of Sharjah.