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UAE – Ins. House, Injazat Data Systems to participate in Hassantuk

Monday, 02 03 2020, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: U.A.E
Insurance House, which is listed on Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, has partnered with Injazat Data Systems to participate in Hassantuk, the centralized smart fire alarm system aiming to provide the highest levels of safety throughout the UAE.

"We are committed to providing various insurance services and developing innovative solutions for our customers at Insurance House. The memorandum of understanding we signed with Injazat Data Systems reinforces our permanent commitment to providing innovative solutions, where we offer an exclusive discount on property insurance for all of our clients who registered through 'Hassantuk' online portal," said Mohammad Othman, CEO of Insurance House.

He said: "Signing this MoU reflects our constant eagerness to comply with the Emirates 2021 vision, which works towards providing the highest levels of safety throughout the UAE, aiming to become one of the safest countries in the world".

Ayman Al Sebeyi, general manager at Hassantuk, said: "We are pleased to sign this MoU with Insurance House, which comes as part of our efforts to reduce the risk of fire and emergency situations. Hassantuk system increases the effective safety standards for alarm systems in buildings and properties and provides the utmost protection, whether in work offices or buildings, reducing average emergency response time."

It is worth noting that all building owners across the UAE are legally required to register and subscribe to Hassantuk system, registration mechanism and details can be found on Hassantuk website. Furthermore, under the authority of UAE Cabinet Resolution No. 24 of 2012 and Ministerial Resolution No. 505 of 2012, the system provides an additional layer of safety and security in line with UAE Vision 2021 and Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030 commitment to make the United Arab Emirates one of the safest countries in the world.

Source: Khaleej Times
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