The Sharjah Prevention and Safety Authority confirmed the monitoring of wrong practices and behaviors in residential buildings in the emirate that pose a threat to its residents, in addition to their negative impact on public safety.
She told "Emirates Today" that the "My Sharjah is Safe" campaign, which launched its first phase in the Nasiriyah area in 2020, targeted nearly 300 homes, and identified violations, such as dividing rooms with wood, storing inflammable materials in facilities, wrong electrical connections and overloads on them, in addition to To the existence of a greater number of permitted in each residence, indicating that "the campaign may be repeated and expanded in other areas of the emirate." She confirmed that the violations were amended, and that this was confirmed by making surprise visits to her, adding that the wrong practices that she monitored also included the lack of service for the gas line, replacing it with a gas cylinder, placing the circuit breaker in children's rooms or bathrooms, and the lack of safety standards, such as extinguishers or fire extinguishers. Building without a permit, increasing electrical loads and overcrowding in rooms, and placing highly flammable devices in corridors and balconies, warning of the dangers of this type of violations.
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