RAK Ceramics wins health management award
Dubai, September 26, 2011
RAK Ceramics, a leading ceramic tiles and bathware manufacturing company, has won the “Best in Managing Health at Work Award” in the Asian Leadership Awards (ALA) 2011.
The award, presented to RAK Ceramics during the ALA Awards at the Taj Palace Hotel Dubai yesterday (September 25), was hosted by the Asian Confederation of Businesses and supported by Stars of the Industry Group.
RAK Ceramics has been recognised for its strong focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, particularly its efforts to offer quality healthcare services to all employees through the RAK Ceramics Medical Centre.
The centre is staffed by a dedicated team of doctors and nurses who provide free services to all employees staying within and outside the factory premises.
RAK Ceramics’ HSE Department has also been awarded the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) certificate, which is designed to help non-specialists carry out their organizational duties or functions more effectively with respect to workplace health and safety.
The UK-based NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is a globally recognized qualification that is held by more than 100,000 people in the UK and worldwide.
“We are strongly committed to be a responsive and responsible corporate organization, which is why RAK Ceramics continuously initiates and supports various programs that benefit our customers, employees and the community,” said Abdulla Mahmood, head – Marcom, RAK Ceramics.
“RAK Ceramics is pleased that the Asian Leadership Awards has recognized our efforts and our advocacy. This distinction will surely further inspire us to be more actively involved in various CSR initiatives that will help improve the delivery of healthcare services to our employees.”
The Asian Leadership Awards recognizes Achievers, Super Achievers and Future Business Leaders from all over Asia. The event rewards the ability to steer businesses through turbulent times, applying the best of business modules to manage and keep business missions afloat. – TradeArabia News Service
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