Du gets UK, ISO accreditations
Dubai, October 29, 2012
UAE telecom services operator du said its corporate services department has been granted recertification of International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) 14001 and British Standards Institution (BSI) OHSAS 18001.
This follows a successful audit done by DQS a standard industry practice repeated every three years. The announcement coincides with du’s support to the World Energy Forum as a lead sponsor, which was held recently in Dubai.
The British Standards Institution (BSI) OHSAS 18001 certificate is the world’s foremost assessment specification for occupational health and safety management systems, while the International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) 14001 certificate acknowledges a rigorous corporate commitment to environmental management.
This underscores du's commitment to upholding the highest levels of health, safety and environment (HSE) practices, said a senior official.
"Being able to renew internationally-recognised certifications in our health, safety and environment practices is a testament to our intense efforts in these areas," said Rashid ElSheikh, the executive VP of Corporate Services, du.
"We have dedicated our efforts to ensuring a superior working environment for our colleagues, so that they spend their time in a safe, healthy atmosphere. This inspires them and empowers them to be more productive, by knowing that we consider their well-being to be an utmost priority," he noted.
“We consider occupational safety and environmental stewardship to be the basis of not only our exceptional customer service success, but of our responsibility to the UAE community. By setting a benchmark within our own company we can encourage our colleagues and community to aspire to similar standards,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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