The Awqaf and Minors Fund Management Foundation in Dubai announced its re-accreditation of three international standards (ISO) certificates, after an audit and study conducted by Bureau Veritas to ensure that the institution complies with the conditions for obtaining the certificates.
The certificates were received by the Deputy Secretary-General of the Awqaf Foundation and the Management of Minor Funds, Khaled Al Thani, from the Director of the Authentication Department at Bureau Veritas, Marwan Al-Aridi, and they included the ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System Certificate, the ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System Certificate, and the ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System Certificate. Occupational Health and Safety ISO 45001:2018.
Al-Thani stressed that this achievement is the culmination of the Corporation’s march in achieving leadership and excellence, and the continued commitment to providing services of international quality within a safe and sustainable work environment, pointing out that the Corporation obtained the renewal of the three “ISO” certificates, after passing the comprehensive review process, which It included auditing its systems, processes and services for re-accreditation, as a result of their compliance with the strict requirements and evaluation processes of ISO.
Al-Thani said that the Corporation continues to apply the requirements of international standards to achieve the policy of quality, environment, occupational health and safety for the purposes of development and improvement of continuous performance, and to achieve the requirements of customer satisfaction, indicating that the achievement is due to the commitment of employees working in all departments and sections of the Corporation, and represents a motive to move forward in the path of development and leadership. It is in line with the leadership’s vision of developing the performance of the government sector and raising the level of services provided to the community.
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