Crowne Plaza Dubai gets first female Emirati as safety & security manager

Saedeh Mohammed Hassan previously worked as the information and security controller at The Dubai Metro

Saedeh Mohammed Hassan
Saedeh Mohammed Hassan

Crowne Plaza Dubai has appointed Saedeh Mohammed Hassan as its safety and security manager.

Hassan is the first Emirati to join the Crowne Plaza Dubai’s senior management team in the hotel’s 25-year-long history.

She has several years’ experience in implementing and sustaining security plans, as well as in guaranteeing safety requirements, emergency services, fire protection, and protection of assets.

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Prior to this role, she worked as the information and security controller at The Dubai Metro.

Speaking about Hassan, Dani Saleh, General Manager, said: “Hassan brings a wealth of expertise to our property’s daily operations. We are excited to welcome her on board at the Crowne Plaza Dubai.”

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