Delegation of officers and commanders of firefighters and rescue to Israel participated in an international exercise in the UAE

A delegation of officers and commanders from the Fire and Rescue Division headed by Operations Division Chief Tafser Roni Kedem completed a 6-day official professional visit to the United Arab Emirates this morning (Friday) during which they conducted a joint international firefighting training in firefighting while responding to rescue challenges.

The members of the delegation were hosted and trained at the Emirati College of Fire and Rescue in Abu Dhabi, which includes one of the most advanced simulator facilities in the world. During the training, the delegations practiced operational cooperation between organizations in extreme events and learned about different operational operating concepts for high-rise emergency events. The Israeli delegation presented the participants with a presentation on the establishment of the Israeli fire brigade, as well as an operational analysis of extinguishing the fire in Migdal Shalom in 2010.

Yesterday, a closing ceremony was held for all the delegations in the Ministry of the Interior in the United Arab Emirates, after which the members of the Israeli delegation continued to Dubai where they learned about the advanced extinguishing systems in the Burj Khalifa tower, the tallest skyscraper in the world with 163 floors.

In recent years, the Emirati fire brigade has dealt with huge fires in skyscrapers, residential towers and high-rise hotels, and the local fire brigade has gained extensive operational and professional experience.

Fire and Rescue Commissioner Dedi Simchi who accompanied the delegation: "The cooperation with our colleague from the Emirates is groundbreaking and has contributed to the development of the operational capabilities of the commanders of the Israeli formation. Fire and Rescue is preparing to provide an optimal operational response to the construction challenge for height in Israel. This is a first step and builds training on the way to strengthening the professional relations between the countries already in the foreseeable future."

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