EBS receives top safety certification
Dubai, April 21, 2013
Emirates Building Systems (EBS), a subsidiary of Dubai Investments and a regional pioneer in the design, fabrication and construction of steel structures, has been awarded the Occupational Health and Safety Management System certification.
Approved by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance, UK, the achievement builds upon EBS’ successful renewal of its ISO 14001:2004 certification for environmental management system, a statement from the company said.
The accreditations positions the company to meet the growing demands of the construction as well as oil and gas sectors, and fully confirms its compliance to health, safety and environmental regulations.
It also adds value to Emirates Building Systems’ internal operations, reiterating its enhanced focus on health and safety stipulations. The control of risk and hazard eradication will allow EBS to create a conducive working environment while effectively reducing downtime and improving workflow.
Samir Akra, general manager, Emirates Building Systems, said: “We are extremely happy with the Ohsas certification. The achievement is in line with our long term goals to develop aggressively while ensuring unmatched health and safety, as well as preserving the environment. We firmly believe our offerings combined with these achievements give us a strong edge in this competitive market.”
Established in 1997, Emirates Building Systems holds a proven track record in providing end-to-end steel building solutions for several of the region’s prestigious steel structure landmarks.
In addition to manufacturing a wide range of high-quality steel structures for high rise buildings, airports terminals, oil and gas structures, and power plants, the company provides customers with holistic project engineering services including structural calculations, fabrication and erection drawings and structural installation on site. – TradeArabia News Service
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