Essays on How the Project of Managing and Controlling Emergencies of Fire at the Airport Is Managed Case Study

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The paper "How the Project of Managing and Controlling Emergencies of Fire at the Airport Is Managed" is a perfect example of a case study on management. Fire outbreaks constitute one of the calamities that face organizations. The United Arab Emirates is currently gauged as the leading in the fire and rescue services because of its ability to design fire and safety systems thus ensuring that outbreaks of accidents of fire are managed in the region. This report analyzes the important concepts that the management of Sharjah Airport International Free Zone considers for the achievement of the goals and objectives set in their integrated management plan.

The scenario in reference is that of an incident of fire that occurred at the premises in 2004 caused by a crash of an aircraft. The report focuses on management techniques especially the tools and methods applied to manage this project. It also considers the techniques used to plan on the activities and the methods considered evaluating and reporting the outcomes. The statement of the problem is how the project of managing and controlling emergencies of fire at the Airport was managed. Objectives The general objective To establish the management of fire outbreaks in the United Arab Emirates considering a scenario of fire outbreak in Sharjah Airport International Free Zone. Specific objectives To establish the cause of the fire outbreak in Sharjah Airport International Free Zone To find out the fire and rescue service who helped to fight the emergency To find out how the project was managed and the tools used. Fire outbreak at Sharjah International Airport Sharjah Airport is located in Sharjah, a town that is considered as the heartland of the United Arab Emirates.

There are a number of industrial activities facilitated by its geographical location thus an exceptional integration of land, air links, and sea. The air mode of transport is the most considered because of its efficiency thus most suitable for perishable goods like fish and fast businesses. Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF-Zone) is the most instrumental in boosting the economic standards of the UAE. It is the fastest airport free zone in the entire region and considered as the leading cargo hub across the world (Smeby, 2009).

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