The Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation of United Arab Emirates (UAE) has received 7 ISO certificates in the Integrated Management System after the completion of procedures and external audits by LRQA, a leading global Certification Body.
As part of its efforts to continue to improve the level, quality and efficiency of services and administrative and operational systems
Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman of the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, stressed that the corporation’s accreditation with 7 ISO certificates is a culmination of the efforts of work teams at the level of business units of the corporation towards implementing and standardizing quality standards.
It would comply with best practices and international standards, and in line with the corporation’s strategic plan, appreciating the success achieved by the corporation in entitlement to international accreditation of ISO certificates in the field of quality management.
The Integrated Management System in line with the aspirations of the corporation towards building reliable and sustainable systems to ensure business continuity.
Bin Sulayem explained that the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation has passed the necessary audits to qualify for 7 ISO certificates, namely, the quality management system (ISO 9001) to meet the expectations of customers in accordance with the strategic directions of the corporation.
The environmental management system (ISO 14001) to reduce pollution, and the health and safety management system (ISO 45001) through the prevention of diseases and injuries in work areas, and the complaints management system (ISO 10002) to enhance customer satisfaction.
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