The College organizes the second health exhibition Titled "Salamatkum"
1 November, 2022 by
Oman College of Management and Technology, OCMT TSD

Based on the college’s awareness of the importance of the health and safety aspect and the necessity of activating it and continuing awareness related to it, Oman College of Management and Technology, represented by the Health and Safety Office and in cooperation with the Marketing and Public Relations Unit at the college, organized the second health exhibition titled “Salamatkum”. It provided an effective opportunity to communicate with medical professionals in various fields of health care, through the participation of a wide range of government and private agencies.

The exhibition was inaugurated under the kind patronage of Captain Saeed bin Muhammad Al Siyabi, Head of Operations and Training Department at Barka Police Station, accompanied by Dr. Waled Hmedat, Dean of the College, and a group of college staff. The exhibition included a set of pavilions displaying the various services provided by the participating parties. The exhibition also included a special pavilion for blood donation, which witnessed a remarkable turnout from the students and staff of the college.

The importance of this exhibition is evident through its main objective of enriching the knowledge of students and workers of the importance of following healthy styles in their daily lives, supporting communication and strengthening positive relationships in the community, in addition to rooting the culture of volunteer work and developing social responsibility in order to prepare healthy generations to enjoy a healthy and sound life.

At the end of the exhibition, the Dean of the College expressed his sincere thanks and appreciation to the participating parties, and presented them with certificates of thanks, in appreciation of the prominent role played by these institutions in activating the community partnership, which had a great impact on educating students within the framework of efforts to build a healthy community.

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