Dubai Customs renews ISO 26000 Certification


Reaffirms commitment to global sustainability and excellence

The German registration body “TÜV” has reissued the ISO 26000 certification to Dubai Customs.

This renewal follows the government department’s successful completion of audit procedures and international recommendations associated with the standard, solidifying global trust in Dubai Customs, according to a press communique.

Khalil Saqer Bin Gharib, Director, Corporate Communication Department, Dubai Customs, emphasized the department’s renewed dedication to meeting ISO 26000 standards through a comprehensive approach and an ambitious strategy.

This strategy aims to establish an integrated system for social responsibility, supporting the department’s excellence in alignment with global best practices. He highlighted that Dubai customs’ development plan in social responsibility and volunteering, includes numerous innovative initiatives within an institutional framework and an integrated system.

Quality Assurance

Samira Abdel Razzaq, Senior Manager, Quality Assurance and Corporate Governance at the Strategy and Corporate Excellence Department confirmed Dubai Customs’ commitment to sustaining a path of excellence and success.

The government department consistently works towards implementing its ambitious strategy to cultivate a culture of quality and enhance employee capabilities, ultimately aiming for excellence and sustainable development. This ongoing effort is crucial for Dubai Customs to meet customer and partner needs, the press note concluded.


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