In recognition of its commitment to and achievement of “world-class” health, safety, and environmental management standards, Milaha has been awarded by the British Safety Council four of each of the prestigious “Sword of Honour” and “Globe of Honour”. Milaha has now been awarded the Sword of Honour for a fifth consecutive year and the Globe of Honour for a fourth consecutive year.
Milaha was one of only 4 organizations worldwide that won the “double”, both the Sword of Honour and Globe of Honour in 2022, and the only one to win multiple (4) of these.
Meanwhile, Eng. Mohammed Abdulla Swidan, Interim PCEO at Milaha stated: “since the Covid pandemic broke out in 2020, international companies faced tremendous health, safety, and environmental challenges. As a pioneering company, Milaha also has experienced the same challenges, however, with the Grace of Allah and the endeavors exerted, we managed to overcome them by implementing strict health, safety, and environment management precautionary measures which led at the end to winning these BSC’s awards”
It’s to be recalled that Milaha has won these awards after achieving the maximum five stars in British Safety Council’s health, safety, and environmental management review scheme based on demonstrating to an independent panel of international experts the meeting of industry best practices for health, safety, and the environment.
On his turn, Peter McKittrick, Chairman of the British Safety Council, said: “On behalf of the board of trustees and staff of the British Safety Council, I would like to congratulate Milaha on achieving the highest standards of health, safety, and environmental management. Achieving recognition of this sort takes real dedication and absolute professionalism. We are proud to support your organization in its achievement and delighted we can contribute to your ongoing success”.
by achieving these awards, Maliah has positioned itself among the top international companies and winners’ that demonstrated health, safety, and environmental excellence during work.