By Laura Kemp • 30 April 2021 • 12:40
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Nerja Beaches Safety and Rescue plan has been given the go-ahead for the next summer season.
NERJA Beaches Safety and Rescue Plan has been given the go-ahead for the next summer season. The councillor for Beaches, Maricarmen López, made the announcement following a unanimous approval at the Plenary of the Corporation held yesterday afternoon.
López said that “this plan’s main objective is to guarantee coverage of those emergencies or incidents that may arise on our beaches during the summer season, thus ensuring the safety and well-being of users, complying with the requirements established in the Decree -Law 12/2020, of May 11, by which urgent and extraordinary measures were established in the face of the situation generated by the coronavirus.”
The document looks at all of the risks that can be found on the beaches of Nerja and the itineraries and solutions that must be adhered to. The beaches activities and vulnerable elements, amongst other factors, will be taken into account.
Following the approval of the plan, which has been presented by the Mayor’s Office, the Department of Beaches and Security, and a spokesperson for the Municipal Group of the Popular Party, it will be sent to the Civil Protection Service of the Malaga Government Delegation. Relevant procedures will then be initiated for its transfer to the Andalucian Civil Protection Commission for approval.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Nerja
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