Dar al Atta’a obtains ISO certification

Muscat - 

As a culmination of its efforts in the quality of the work process and the preservation of the environment and its resources, Dar al Atta’a has obtained the ISO 9001 certificate, in addition to ISO 14001.

Dar al Atta’a follows international quality and work standards. The work plan in all departments is conducted in a right and systematic way to obtain the ISO 9001 certification for Quality and Operations Management. It is one of the most widely recognised quality management standards in the world. Upgrading the services provided by the institution to the highest standards and it helps to develop the mechanism of performing business in various fields.

Dar al Atta’a has also obtained the ISO 14001 environmental protection certificate. The charity is committed to preserving the environment and the resources including electricity and water and to recycling and the safe use of environmental resources and the protection required for them.

The ISO 14001 also determines how it carries out environmental management system effectively and helps reduce the overall waste of resources.

Maryam al Zadjali, president of Dar al Atta’a, said, “It is our pleasure and pride that Dar al Atta’a is the first charity to be ISO certified in the sultanate. We are committed to following up on this approach. We have been qualified for this certificate.

“This is also an incentive for us to work hard, be more productive and achieve more quality and success especially as we support the community through our volunteer work and our service to a large segment of individuals.”

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