The Central Laboratory for the Analysis of Residues of Pesticides and Heavy Metals in Food has completed the work of the training course that it organized, to explain the requirements of ISO 45001 occupational health and safety standards and ISO 14001 environmental management.
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Dr. Hind Abd Allah, the director of the laboratory, said that this comes as a continuation of the role of the laboratory to develop and increase the efficiency of the workers in the laboratory, pointing out that the training program, which lasted for a whole week, included the requirements of the two specifications and the conduct of internal reviews in accordance with the requirements of these specifications, as well as working groups aimed at: How to implement these requirements on the ground.
Dr. Hind Abdullah added that the laboratory seeks to comply with the requirements of the two standards and establish an integrated management system for them in order to be approved in these two standards. This shows the importance of these specifications for major laboratories that deal with a large number of pollutants, chemicals and biological waste and what they pose as sources of danger and pollution for individuals and the environment, pointing out to The laboratory has formed a health, safety and environmental management team representing all sections of the laboratory, and periodic meetings are held to discuss the development of work with the same quality systems.