Quality assurance provider Intertek announced that it has granted seven International Standardisation Organisation (ISO) certifications to facilities management solutions provider in the Middle East Allied Maintenance Company (AMC).
AMC acquired certification for the implementation of Quality, Environment, Occupational Health and Safety, and Energy Management Systems, as well as for Business Continuity, Information Security, and Asset Management Systems.
A special award ceremony was held in July, where Intertek Business Assurance area manager in Saudi Arabia Waqas Ahmed presented the certificates to AMC CEO Abdullah Sibai.
Speaking at the event, Sibai said Intertek facilitated a very smooth certification process for AMC, in what could have been a complex activity.
“The professionally conducted, in-depth audits encouraged the team to be involved and take ownership. “Our success can be attributed to the highly engaged team which was committed to ensure compliance to these important international standards.“
Obtaining a single ISO certification is a significant achievement that requires a major commitment for most companies. Obtaining seven certifications concurrently across different business activities is a great accomplishment and we are pleased to have supported AMC through our customer-focused Total Quality Assurance value proposition,” says Ahmed.
The certificates were acquired for ISO 9001 for Quality, ISO 14001 for Environment, ISO 45001 for Occupational Health & Safety, ISO 22301 for Business Continuity, ISO/IEC 27001 for Information Security, ISO 55001 for Asset and DIN EN ISO 50001 for Energy Management Systems, Ahmed concludes.