67 managers from Emirates Transport learn about best practices in business continuity management


Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
In cooperation with the National for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, Emirates Transport (ET) concluded an awareness workshop on best practices in business continuity management attended by 67 managers of various levels.
In this context, Mohammed Abdullah Al Jarman, general manager of Emirates Transport, emphasized that the workshop falls within the ET’s efforts and strategic plans to enhance its leading position in the transport sector by focusing on principles aimed at sustaining the growth of its business and investments in this sector, in line with customer requirements, and enhancing capabilities of its leaders and employees in the field of business continuity, which will contribute to overcoming any challenges or obstacles that may affect the work of the company and achieve its current and future visions.
Al Jarman praised the efforts made by the National for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority and its cooperation in conducting the workshop.
He stressed that ET has taken specific steps in preparing and applying the business continuity programme to define and document its capabilities of business continuity under different circumstances, by focusing on performing vital and necessary activities and services during emergencies, crises and disasters.
The themes of the workshop focused on demonstrating the principles of business continuity management and its benefits for institutions and individuals, in addition to clarifying the business continuity management model and its scope of application, and raising awareness of the next steps, roles and responsibilities of the leadership team in order to implement an efficient and effective business continuity management programme.

More to explorer

Want to tell us something?


We’re more than happy to hear from you.

Thank you for sending your inquiry, we will get back to you shortly