Aqaba, 22 November 2022
In line with their dedication to maintain a safe and sustainable environment for its employees, guests, and visitors; Ayla Oasis Development Company collaborated with several authorities to undergo a triple drill training (fire, drowning, and water contamination) on one of its boats in Ayla’s Marine.
These training sessions that Ayla have conducted alongside the Civil Defense, Authority of the Royal Jordanian Navy, Naval Force, Sea Breeze & Aquamarine Company, and the Jordan Marine Company in Aqaba to practice health and safety regulations that the government and upper management have placed.
These trainings were attended by; Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority’s Chief of Commissioners, Eng. Nayef Bakhit, and His Excellency the Governor of Aqaba, Khaled Al-Hajjaj, and the Directors of the Security Services from the Directorate of Police, Gendarmerie, Intelligence, Residency and Borders in the Aqaba Governorate
Ayla’s Managing Director, Sahl Dudin assured that these trainings fall under the safety procedures that Ayla undergoes and abides to. Indicating that these types of drills measure the company and employees’ preparations to deal with God forbid, threatening situations. This also raises the competency of Ayla’s employees to raise awareness of coping with emergency situations and cases.
Dudin noted that Ayla has hired several individuals to monitor the undertaken practices that have taken a good deal of time to prepare for. Also expressing his gratitude and appreciation for the efforts of all the parties for their constant support to make these practices effective and successful, commending the exceptional performance and high level of skills of those in charge of these institutions.
Hmoud Al Rawajfeh, Aqaba’s Civil Defense Director has confirmed the importance of these type of drill training for company’s employees to increase their necessary skills and experience to deal with incidents. Given that these workshops shed light on the strong and weak points and treating the negatives when dealing with dreadful cases.