University of Nizwa Conducts Emergency Evacuation Drill with Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulance
The University of Nizwa recently conducted an emergency evacuation drill with The Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulance. This drill is a part of the University's policies for security and safety, aimed at preparing all the University affiliates for emergencies, especially in case of a fire. The drill simulated evacuation, rescue, and ambulance operations specifically designed for the University's initial campus, to familiarize everyone with the spots of gathering and building exit doors. Such drills are essential to ensure that everyone knows what to do in case of an emergency, and can quickly and safely evacuate the premises if needed. These drills provide an opportunity to test the effectiveness of emergency systems, such as fire alarms and evacuation procedures, and identify any areas that may need improvement. By regularly conducting emergency drills, the University can increase the safety of its premises and minimize the risk of injury or harm in the event of an emergency. It's crucial that everyone understands their roles and responsibilities during an emergency and knows how to evacuate the premises quickly and safely if necessary.