KAHRAMAA Wins International Award for Occupational Health and Safety
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Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has received the 2019 Occupational Health and Safety Award from the British Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). The award was presented through a virtual ceremony organized by RoSPA to honor the winners.
KAHRAMAA won the RoSPA International Award in recognition of its effective and successful efforts and commitment to applying the highest standards of occupational health and safety for its employees, customers and contractors, which reflects its commitment and continuous efforts to promote health and safety at work sites.
The award also reflects KAHRAMAA’s determination and commitment to achieve the highest standards of occupational health and safety to ensure the health and safety of employees and customers. Furthermore, this international competition is distinguished as being unique in this field.
KAHRAMAA is also keen to promote and develop health and safety standards to ensure that all employees and contracted workers enjoy a healthy and safe environment.
This award applauds the efforts exhibited by KAHRAMAA in the field of occupational health and safety that are worthy of international recognition, and it shows the extent of KAHRAMAA’s commitment to health and safety norms and regulations, which are considered as a top priority.
The scope of the RoSPA award is not solely limited to accident records but also includes all health and safety systems.
The British Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is one of the most globally recognized organizations specialized in furnishing awareness services in the field of occupational health and safety. It is approved by the British government and has been working in this field for more than 100 years and has nearly 1,200 members from governmental and non-governmental institutions representing 58 countries worldwide. Institutions benefit from RoSPA’s services in the field of occupational health and safety.