The Los Alcázares Emergency Service has been expanded today with seven public employees as civil protection agents assigned to reinforce and support the Emergency Plan that is active due to the health crisis caused by Covid-19.
This hiring of civil protection assistants is done through the job bank activated for these purposes and comes to provide a solution to the need to implement emergency agents in logistics, disinfection, help for people with reduced mobility, people with a risk factor, among other very necessary tasks that are being carried out in the municipality.
Once the employees have been instructed in self-protection and handling of the PPE and the work teams, today they have begun to operate in different areas of the town.
The Councilor for Security and Social Policy of the City of Los Alcázares María José Benzal has said that "it is important for the town to expand this service with new troops to give greater quality and response to citizens."
On the other hand, Mayor Mario Cervera has explained that "at this time
from the municipal government it is a priority to put all possible resources to overcome this situation and that the health of the people of alcazareños is not in danger, therefore, any decision that helps in the necessary work required by the Emergency Plan and also generates jobs is important to Los Alcázares. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares