Oman’s CDAA launches ‘Nida/CDAA’ application for emergency case

The Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority has launched the electronic application “Nida/CDAA” that enables citizens and residents to submit reports of emergency situations that concern them.

In a statement Oman News Agency said: Through the application, and with a single click, the ambulance service arrives using the (SOS) system and communicates with the Authority’s Operations Center in emergency cases. This feature targets people who cannot speak or people with hearing disabilities.

Through the application, it is possible to report emergency situations, such as: accidents, injuries, loss, collapses, fires, drowning and other emergency cases.

The application also includes many other services, including a request to approve or update emergency plans, evacuation, operational exercises, securing sites for government and private facilities, and the exit data registration service for adventurers, as it is possible to record flight information, location, and participant data; To avoid cases of loss, and to ensure quick access to the site in emergencies, in addition to an interactive map to help identify the nearest civil defense and ambulance center or the nearest health institution.

The launch of the Nida application comes from the keenness of the Civil Defense and Ambulance Authority to provide its services to society in a highly professional manner, keeping pace with the digital development witnessed by the Sultanate of Oman in various fields, and for the application to be a direct window to communicate with various segments of society with ease and ease.

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