Abu Dhabi: The Abu Dhabi Aquatics Club (ADAC) and National Ambulance have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as part of the National Guard Command. It aimed at promoting CPR training, emergency response, and injury prevention in aquatic environments across the UAE.
This three-year partnership underscores both organizations’ dedication to improving public education on emergency medical response and injury prevention.
The MoU details a broad collaboration where both parties will combine their expertise and resources to work together on important shared topics like emergency medical response, CPR training, and water safety education.
The partnership aims to lead the way in creating new, innovative programs that will enhance the health and welfare of individuals and the broader community.
The MoU encompasses a multi-faceted approach to education and outreach, covering various crucial areas such as emergency medical response, CPR training, drowning first aid, water safety, sports-related first aid, and injury prevention.
This collaboration will unfold in several stages, each building upon the previous one, to ensure that the initiatives taken have a long-lasting effect.
Over the next three years, ADAC and National Ambulance will work closely together to create and execute various activities.
These activities include events for Heartsaver Month, powerful campaigns, emergency drills, and educational workshops. Both parties are fully dedicated to clear communication, efficient coordination, and offering mutual support as they work diligently to accomplish their common objectives.