The KHS Secretariat General holds a scientific workshop in cooperation with the National Ozone Center

Within the framework of improving expertise and knowledge capacities, the KHS Al-Hamza Conference Hall witnessed a specialized scientific workshop titled: Ozone-depleting Substances; Prohibited and Restricted (CFC) (HCFC) and the alternatives to hydrofluorocarbons (HFC), which was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and Environment / the National Ozone Center in coordination with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and in cooperation with the KHS Secretariat General.
The workshop was attended by a number of engineering and technical staff, the Mechanical Engineering Division, and the Public Safety Unit members.
During which: Eng. Zaid Abdullah and Eng. Muammar Rashad reviewed an introductory overview of Ozone and the processes of protecting the Ozone layer for current and future generations, as well as contributing to global efforts to address climate change and preserve human health and the environment.
The gases that deplete the ozone layer were also discussed, as well as how to find alternatives to them in everyday life.
Through these blessed efforts and the sponsorship of these specialized workshops, the KHS Secretariat General strives to underline the need of communicating with government institutions in order to conduct training programs using scientific and practical techniques.