The Disaster Management Unit of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, led by Commander Sonia Miller, successfully conducted a Disaster Preparedness Community Workshop on Saturday, July 15, at St. Francis Joseph Catholic Church located on Boyd Road.
The workshop aimed to provide support to the Catholic Archdiocese of The Bahamas in fortifying its Disaster Preparedness endeavors by intensifying awareness of workplace safety. The sessions were moderated by Chief Petty Officer Shamica Duncombe. Pivotal topics covered included; Family Emergency plans, Community Emergency Plans, Shelter Management, and the concept of Psychological First Aid.
With the Bahamas being susceptible to natural disasters, such as hurricanes and tropical storms, it is crucial for the country to prioritize effective Disaster Management to safeguard its citizens, infrastructure, and overall well-being.
Under the leadership of Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond E. King, the Royal Bahamas Defence Force exemplifies its commitment to be a responsible corporate citizenship through a range of extensive outreach initiatives and projects. These endeavors aim to strengthen community relations, positively impact individuals, and contribute to the development of thriving communities.
The RBDF remains dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in guarding our heritage. We are committed to upholding the highest standards as we protect and preserve the rich legacy that defines our nation.
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