SEEF gets management certifications

March 10, 2014 - 1:22:35 am

SEEF Ltd officials with IMS Project certifications.

Doha: SEEF Ltd has celebrated its successful completion of IMS Project certification — ISO 9001:2008, Quality Management System, ISO 14001:2004, Environmental Management System, OHSAS 18001, Occupational Health and Safety Management System and ISO 50001:2011. SEEF is the first company in Qatar to achieve ISO 50001 certification for energy management system.

Hussain Mohd. Al Ishaq, Chairman, and Ahmed Al Hitmi, General Manager of SEEF Ltd, formally accepted the four prestigious management system certificates from the Bureau Veritas at a ceremony held at the Al Gassar Resort, the company said. 

The function was also attended by senior officials from Qatar Petroleum as well as Bureau Veritas representatives. 

Independent third-party certification of SEEF management systems has helped the company in continuously improving its business performance, in effectively managing business risks and in aligning its operations with international benchmarks.

This was followed by the speech of Bureau Veritas Company who showed their appreciation to the management of SEEF for its commitment towards the implementation of the IMS requirements and their everlasting support to the IMS Project team.

In line with Qatar National Vision 2030, SEEF is fully committed in protecting and conserving the natural environment, in ensuring the safety of its assets and employees, as well as in providing high-quality products and services to its customers. The certification is a evidence to its commitment to further enhance the Quality, Health, Safety, Environment and Energy culture within the organisation.

It has been made possible through the determined efforts of its employees, joint venture partners and contractors, who all contribute in boosting SEEF’s image as a world-class organisation.

Appreciation certificates were awarded to members of IMS project team for their exceptional efforts put in establishing, implementing and maintaining the system. The Peninsula

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