MENALAC to organize LEISURE & ATTRACTIONS SAFETY DAY on November 1st 2017 in Dubai.
Published On : 27 October 2017
MENALAC (Middle East & North Africa Leisure and Attraction Council) the amusement association for the Middle East and North African market will be organizing a safety seminar on November 1st, 2017 at Crowne Plaza, Dubai. The program for the seminar has been drafted by the Safety Committee of the Council, which comprises of Safety Professionals from all the leading leisure and entertainment operations in the region.
Labeled as ‘a seminar by the industry for the industry’, it is aimed at educating and informing Leisure Industry professionals the latest updates in safety protocol in both indoor and outdoor entertainment facilities, accreditation procedures, and operational
safety measures followed in the region. “Safety procedures in entertainment spaces have become the most hotly debated subjects in the region. The Seminar will host feature speakers who have a wealth of proven regional market experience in complying with regulatory requirements and maintaining safety standards within leisure facilities in the region. As MENALAC, our prime objective is to ensure that Leisure & Entertainment Industry in the Region
pertains to the highest Safety Standards,” said Mr. Markus Mack-Even, the Chairman of MENALAC’s Safety Committee.
Speakers from the Emirates International Accreditation Centre, TÜV SÜD, Eco Middle East, Farah Experiences, Wild Wadi, Iceland Water Park, MAF Leisure & Entertainment
amongst others will share their knowledge at this educational in. Entry to the seminar is free for all MENALAC members. Non members can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to take part in this Seminar.
MENALAC (Middle East & North Africa Leisure and Attraction Council) is a not-for-profit Trade Council that has been set up under the aegis of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Dubai Association Centre (DAC) and is headquartered in Dubai, UAE. Comprising of all the leading companies in the MENA Leisure and Entertainment Industry, the key objective of the Council is to promote safe operations, regional development, professional growth and commercial success of the MENA amusement industry, besides serving as a credible resource for regional industry data and statistics.