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Officials and participants at the workshop

GOIC organises training course on industrial regulatory law

DOHA, September 29, 2016

Qatar-based Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) recently concluded a training course entitled “Common industrial regulatory law in the GCC countries”, which was held at its headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

Trainees from various GCC countries took part in this course, particularly from the Saudi Ministry of Economy and Planning, the Saudi Fund for Development, Oman’s Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE), Qatar’s Ministry of Energy and Industry and GOIC staff, said a statement from the organisation.

At the end of the course, GOIC secretary general Abdulaziz Bin Hamad Al Ageel presented certificates to the participants and stressed the company’s development of the Training and Capacity Development Programme (TCD) in order to promote individual and organisational capacities in the GCC industrial sector, it said.

Al Ageel also highlighted the established partnerships with the best specialised universities and technical training and education centres in the world to deliver training courses and focused workshops to industrialists, investors, businessmen, government officials, individuals and key decision-makers, which are aimed at providing knowledge and tools needed to improve their skills and increase profit and sustainability.

The course was delivered by Dr Mohammed Al Khatib who tackled the legal aspect of the common industrial regulatory law in the GCC countries, its definition, executive bylaw and scope of implementation, said a statement.

He explained the provisions of the law and its bylaw, and how to monitor, identify and prove crimes in addition to relevant sanctions, it added.

Furthermore, Dr Mukhled Al Zohbi highlighted the importance of the common industrial regulatory law in the GCC countries. He shed light on the sources and nature of practical measures of monitoring and observing.

Participants got to know a number of practical applications in the area of rules, regulations and procedures of monitoring and determining violations. The course also underlined means of inference and how to prove the existence of violations, in addition to practical applications regarding the ethics of public servants in terms of monitoring and identifying violations, the protection of control staff and practical applications on the formal and substantial mistakes in monitoring and determining violations (invalidity), it added. – TradeArabia News Service

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