Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) re-certifications, ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004, had been awarded for demonstrating Quality Management System and Environmental Management System respectively, whilst the third re-certification, OHSAS 18001:2007, was offered for the upkeep of occupational wellness and security.
Boban M P, chief executive officer of Oman UAE Exchange, stated, “This re-certification is a testament of our continued efforts in meeting the global standards of quality and excellence. It also reiterates our commitment of providing a protective environment to our customers, regulators, partners and employees from various security threats when it comes to customer data, operations, systems and processes.”
Oman UAE Exchange commenced its operation in the sultanate in 1995. In a really quick span of time, the brand has exponentially grown and expanded its branch network to 56 outlets, which is the biggest in the sultanate.
Information Source: Muscat Daily