The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has been recently awarded the Global certification Mark (GC-Mark) for Health Policy & Legislation Development, achieving the platinum category.
This is the highest certification level, in yet another achievement reflecting the ministry’s commitment to international standards for developing health policies and legislation as a best practice.
The GC-Mark Certificate was presented by Dr. Amro Taleb CEO of Canagulf International Standardization to Dr. Mohamed Salim Al Olama, Under-Secretary at MoHAP, and Dr. Hussein Abdul Rahman Al Rand, Assistant Undersecretary for the Public Health Sector, received at Ministry headquarters, in the presence of Dr. Lubna Ali Al Shaali, Director of Health Policies and Legislation Department.
The ministry has been granted the certification following a rigorous assessment to verify its compliance with all global requirements, standards and approved practices.
GC Mark is a globally registered and approved trademark, which indicates that a product, service or institution conforms to a number of requirements and standards developed by specialized experts from a number of international bodies and institutions under the supervision of the DQS global organization, which specializes in audits and certifications of management systems and processes.
GC Mark’s accreditation covers many specialized areas in quality and safety, policy and legislation, crisis and disaster management, sustainability, data and knowledge management, innovation and other areas.
DQS is one of the leading certification bodies for management systems worldwide, with 85 offices in 60 countries, and 2500 auditors and experts worldwide, and is headquartered in Frankfurt – Germany.