'Qatar Achievements on Vocational Safety’ third edition launched in Doha
October 25 2021 07:31 PM
The event was attended by Ministry of Labour consultant Mohamed Ali al-Meer and other dignitaries an
The event was attended by Ministry of Labour consultant Mohamed Ali al-Meer and other dignitaries and included an awards ceremony to recognise local companies which have been following health and safety standards.

The third edition of ‘Qatar Achievements on Vocational Safety’ was launched Monday under the patronage of the Ministry of Labour.
The event was attended by Ministry of Labour consultant Mohamed Ali al-Meer and other dignitaries and included an awards ceremony to recognise local companies which have been following health and safety standards.
In addition, safety awards were presented to companies in various categories - small and medium enterprises, real estate, oil and gas, retail, and health sector organisations.
Public Works Authority (Ashghal) - Best company in construction sector; Msheireb Properties - Best Real-Estate project, Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) - Best Company in Health sector; Oryx GTL - Best Company in Oil & Gas sector; QIMC - Best company in industry sector; Mowasalat (Karwa) - Best Company in transportation Sector; Nasser Bin Khaled - Best Company in automotive sector; Huawei Technologies - Best Company in technology sector; QTerminals - Best Company in ports Management sector; Doha Bank - Best bank in Qatar; Dlala Holding - Best Holding Company.
The third edition of ‘Qatar Achievements on Vocational Safety’ highlights the rapid strides taken by Qatar towards achieving modernity and gives an account of the massive development accomplished by the country in a short period of time. It also emphasises Qatar's keenness to provide affordable housing for labourers; respecting and guaranteeing their fundamental rights; and supporting them with adequate compensation when they are unable to work.
One of the many missions of the Ministry of Labour is to upgrade the performance of the government apparatus, control and develop the performance of the labour market to achieve Qatar National Vision 2030.
The Ministry of Labour is supporting occupational safety in various sectors and raising safety awareness among workers to avoid accidents at worksites.
The ministry confirmed its implementation of various programmes and training workshops in the field of safety, security and health, in cooperation with different governmental entities to ensure high level of awareness and commitment to the rules pertaining to safety regulations.
Khalifa al-Muhanadi, chairman of Sogha Advertising the organiser of the event, said: “The book is going to be a real eye opener for the whole world as it describes how the workers involved with the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar are adhering to the international safety standards and occupational safety guidelines.”



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