CTIF signed MOU with the Dubai Directorate General for Civil Defence
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On December 1, CTIF signed an MOU with the Dubai Directorate for Civil Defence at the opening ceremony for the World Fire Reduction Emission Alliance which happened during the COP 28 World Climate Conference.
The CTIF President Milan Dubravac held a speech in connection with the signing of the MOU, which was also signed by several other organizations around the world. The video can be watched below:
Below, we are publishing parts of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Directorate General of the Dubai Civil Defense and CTIF.
1. Strengthening the objectives of both Parties by holding awareness forums, which will provide relevant information with the aim of reducing the (harmful) effects of fires or hazards.
2. Work collaboratively in regards to the laws and standards relevant to this memorandum of understanding to promote fire safety and First-party programs, focusing on education, and sharing best practices and research in the interest of public safety worldwide.
3. Working collaboratively and jointly with regards to awareness conferences, training programs, certification programs for participants and others, facilitating the holding of forums as appropriate, and subjecting any joint forums, training or certification programs conducted by the parties or their participation
4. Participation in fire research, analysis of fire data, available information on economic impact, and international comparisons as appropriate.
5. Work collaboratively with regards to fire prevention and fire safety information that is shared with the public, at the community level.
6. Encourage dialogue between other people of each Party to promote the exchange of information.
7. Consulting meetings held at least once a year (if possible) between "key contacts" nominated by each of the parties to discuss current agreements and to study and review potential projects that comply with the scope of this memorandum of understanding.
There were also other associations and countries present at the ceremony, who signed MoUs individually.
From the left: CTIF vice president Christophe Marshal (France), CTIF Secretary Neza Strmole (Slovenia), CTIF Vice President Luc Faes (Belgium), Lt General Matroushi, Director General of Dubai Civil Defense), CTiF President Milan Dubravac (Slovenia) and Roman Sykora (Austria).