PRLog - March 6, 2014 - DUBAI, UAE -- Securing Infrastructure and the flow of global supply chain of goods and services remain critical and essential in keeping the world economic cycle. Therefore, protecting vital assets including infrastructure, intermodal transportation networks, industrial and manufacturing sites, oil and energy facilities stands as a collective responsibility of a broad platform of public and private partnership. The ever increasing and changing threat of terrorism, natural disasters, Industrial accidents and human errors, pose growing challenges for protecting those critical assets. Furthermore, information technology including technological applications have become the bloodline of every single economic, commercial, industrial, safety, security and social activity. This further makes the infrastructure of our global economy more vulnerable. To protect these assets, businesses, governments, and the private sector must work cooperatively to ensure effective protection.
“Looking at the evolution of the current threats, being prepared for accidents and incidents is imperative. We believe that a knowledge exchange is one of the most important and effective methods to prepare and respond to an emergency or crisis situation” says Danish Shaikh the Executive Vice President at MICE Quotient.
According to Mr Johan Obdola, the Founder and President International Organization for Security and Intelligence “The Emergency Management & Crisis Response Summit Middle East, comes in the very right time, as the international community is facing dramatic evolving and interconnected security and natural disasters threats that pose not only serious challenges to the security of governments and people, but to the entire Middle east Region. As countries constantly learn, develop and implement new security procedures to deal with emergencies, this particular event will be focused on the causes and factors of such challenges, but most likely will present viable and proven solutions to all aspects of disasters and crises management at medium to small scale. This event not only will generated an educational impact, but will provide to the assistance a portfolio of international recognized experts on the field, valuable scenarios and case studies from aviation, ports, critical infrastructure from top world professionals. I strongly recommend government officials such as Ministries of Interior representatives and organizations, including law enforcement, security, military, emergency agencies to take real advantage of this very important event. Exchange ideas, wider your regional and international professional networks, and most important, effective learning for better emergencies preparedness and response. These are my reasons to participate.”
The Emergency Management and Crisis Response Summit which is scheduled to take place in Dubai from June 10th to 12th, 2014 proudly presents a platform for Industry Leaders, Sector Experts, Government Agencies, and other stakeholders to collaborate, learn, share, and develop stronger and more agile Emergency Management and Crisis Responses. This three day Summit, tailor-made for industry professionals from aviation, infrastructure, oil and gas and risk managers, will provide in-depth industry-specific insights on Emergency Management and Crisis Response.