The Fire and Rescue Middle East 2011 Coming to Abu Dhabi
A new exhibition will be coming to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi this year from October 31st to November 2nd 2011. This is the regions first dedicated exhibition and conference on fire, rescue and emergency response. It’s called the Fire and Rescue Middle East 2011.
During the event, businesses will be able to showcase the latest in firefighting, rescue and emergency equipment to industry leaders and influencers. Neil Wallington, the former senior British Chief Fire Officer and the Past International President of the Institution of Fire Engineers and Founding Editor of Fire Middle East Magazine said, “The Fire and Rescue event is the first of its kind in the region. It will showcase a whole spectrum of building fire protection technology, both active and passive, along with the latest fire fighting and technical rescue vehicles, and a host of equipment, strategies and training. It will provide detailed information to professionals attending both the exhibition and the conference on all that is critical to the Middle East in protecting against fire and dealing with a range of emergency incidents.”
Economy of Fire Rescue and More
Deloitte Middle East, in a recent report, stated that the UAE has $958 billion of total construction projects in the area and that this is expected to grow at a rate of 9.6% between 2010 and 2014. Saudi Arabia also has $634 billion worth of planned projects.
Speakers, Displays and More
The Fire and Rescue conference will include a large number of high-profile regional and global speakers who have vast knowledge and experience in dealing with disaster relief. Christopher Hudson, the Managing Director of Clarion Events Middle East said, “Fire and Rescue Middle East is the ideal event for professionals in the fire, rescue and emergency response sectors to acquaint themselves with the various latest equipment and strategies to combat man-made and natural emergencies and disasters that can threaten life and property.”
On display will be fire technology, environmental protection measures, first-aid equipment, control-station technology, equipment for fire stations and workshops, building protection and much more.