Consider the size and layout of the space, as well as the potential hazards present.
Check with your local fire department or building code officials to determine any specific requirements.
Choose equipment that is appropriate for the type of fire that may occur (e.g. a fire extinguisher rated for electrical fires should be used in an office setting, whereas a fire extinguisher rated for flammable liquids would be more suitable for a garage).
The Civil Defense is the government agency responsible for firefighting and rescue operations in the UAE. They also work to prevent fires and accidents through education and inspections, and they enforce fire and safety regulations in the country.
The fire and safety regulations in the UAE are designed to protect buildings and their occupants from fire and other hazards. These regulations cover a wide range of issues, including the installation and maintenance of fire and safety equipment, the design and construction of buildings to minimize fire risk, and the development of emergency evacuation plans.
In the event of a fire or other emergency, you should call the Civil Defense emergency number (999) to report the situation. You can also report a fire or safety hazard by contacting your local Civil Defense office or filling out an online form on their website.