ABU DHABI: In line with Abu Dhabi vision 2030, a major cleanup campaign has been implemented by the Centre of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi to clean up the area surrounding the fish market in port Mena.
Under the supervision of Inspection and Licensing Department at the Centre of Waste Management-Abu Dhabi, Lavajet contractor, responsible for cleaning services in this area, has provided more than 40 cleaners, three supervisors and six inspectors with full equipment to clean the targeted area.
Approximately 50 tonnes of scrap and residue boats and jet skis have been collected and transferred from the fish market to Al Dhafra landfill in Hamim.
In addition to cleaning services like washing, sanitising, sweeping, etc. it has been asked to maintain a healthy and clean environment for the fish market visitors.
In order to promote a healthy lifestyle amongst its employees, First Gulf Properties took part in this year’s World Heart Day.
The initiative was held recently in collaboration with Al Noor Hospital, Abu Dhabi.
The specialists conducted ECG and echocardiography on the firm’s employees to give them a better understanding of their current heart condition, in addition to highlighting the importance of undertaking regular checkups.
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company, Seha, organised its third annual conference for doctors recently under the title “Training doctors - enhancing healthcare in Abu Dhabi.”
The conference concluded with a graduation ceremony of 90 UAE national doctors who had completed their training in Seha’s healthcare facilities.
The programme included discussions on postgraduation employment opportunities, criteria for shortlisting resident medical staff, higher studies in medicine, and Seha’s commitment to investing in training UAE national doctors. The event discussed operational and organisational issues in an interactive format while outlining Seha’s vision for the training, education and development of resident doctors in its healthcare facilities.
A firm completed summer maintenance programme for 262 schools belonging to the Abu Dhabi Education Council(Adec) before the start of the academic year 2012-2013.
Dr Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, director general of Adec, said: “Providing a healthy school environment which encourages scientific and creative skills among students is one of Adec’s top priorities.
“For that reason, Adec in cooperation with Musanada refurbished 168 schools across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi as per safety and security standards.”
The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi announced on Tuesday that it has released its Annual Sustainability Report titled ‘What Does Sustainable Transport Mean for Stakeholders?’
The report was prepared using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines, the most globally recognised and used guidelines for sustainability reporting.
The GRI guidelines comprise 127 standard disclosures that ensure consistency with relevant information included in sustainability reports globally.
Compiled by Shamila Jamaluddin