Emrill gets ISO honours for eco management
Dubai, September 11, 2011
Emrill, a leading facilities management provider in the UAE, said it has received ISO certifications for environmental management and occupational health and safety management systems.
The ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certifications follow Emrill’s successful certification to ISO 9001:2008 for its customer focus, leadership and continual improvement, said a company statement.
This further reiterates Emrill’s commitment to delivering excellence with stringent systems and checks in place, it added.
“Emrill is delighted to be recognised for great work and quality management systems with the ISO and OHSAS certification which recognises the paramount importance we give to environment and safety,” said Ben Churchill, managing director.
“As industry leaders this reaffirms our position and as part of the country’s responsible citizenry, Emrill continues to make every effort to reduce, reuse and recycle. We are glad our efforts have exceeded expectations of a global organisation like ISO,” he added.
Emrill offers a full range of asset and facilities management services with innovative solutions tailored to support master developments, residential communities, leisure, corporate and commercial complexes.
Emrill’s solutions include consultancy, infrastructure management, corporate, hospitality, community and residential solutions.
“Delivering worldwide standards enables us to track and measure the improvements in our procedures and thus enhance customer experiences,” said Churchill.
“We have achieved this through continuous training for our staff to ensure that our 4,000 employees well trained multilingual employees deliver excellence.'
'Emrill’s best practices in environment, occupational health and safety factors have helped us become one of the finest FM companies in the region,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
More Miscellaneous Stories
- Kuwaiti touristic website introduced
- Lebanese firm to invest $800m in Sudan
- Interface showcases new collection
- Saudi woman director wins top GFF award
- Bahrain food firms gear up for Ramadan
- Bahrain police recover 800 firebombs
- Raytheon to ink $2.1bn Oman arms deal
- Saudi firm delays Sudan deal over dollar curbs
- Saudi dairy approves $26m dividends
- Sudan to sell stakes in four sugar plants