Oman allocated 33 Shelters in South Al Batinah in preparation for the Cyclone Shaheen effect: NCEM

Muscat: The sub-committee of the National Committee for Emergency Management (NCEM) in South Al Batinah held a meeting at the Governorate Police Headquarters in preparation for dealing with the expected effects of the tropical situation on the wilayats of the governorate. It was chaired by Colonel Ahmed bin Awad Al Shanfari, Commander of the Police of the Governorate of South Al Batinah.

During the meeting, the meteorological reports issued on the tropical situation and the latest forecasts related to the path of the situation and its possible effects during the coming days were reviewed, and the readiness of all sectors to deal with the tropical situation was discussed, and the readiness of the various sectors and measures taken to reduce the effects of the situation, and mechanisms for maintaining basic services in potentially affected areas were discussed. In the case, especially the coastal states in the governorate, and the necessity of early preparation of the required needs of shelter and basic services such as electricity, water, sewage, roads, communications and primary health services.

The members of the committee, representatives of the main and supporting sectors and bodies, briefed on the efforts and measures being taken to deal with the situation and reduce its effects, as (33) shelter centers were allocated, distributed over the governorate’s wilayats: (11) centers in the Wilayat of Rustaq and (5) centers in each From the wilayats of Barka and Nakhal, and (4) centers in each of the wilayats of Al-Awabi, Al-Musanna and Wadi Al-Ma’awil.

On the other hand, the Consumer Protection Department in the Governorate of South Al Batinah in Rustaq has completed its preparations for the tropical situation by developing a comprehensive action plan that includes many procedures that include forming shift teams and communicating with owners of various commercial establishments to ensure the availability of basic commodities and non-negative exploitation by some suppliers and follow-up on markets and commercial centers And follow up on communications received by consumers.

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