UAE dealership Al Tayer Motors has been awarded multiple certifications for International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) management systems from Intertek.
According to the leading Quality Assurance provider, the certifications were earned after reviewing the Ford, Ferrari, Lincoln and Land Rover dealer’s facilities in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
The sites conform to the latest global standards for environmental, occupational health and safety, business continuity and energy management systems, said Intertek.
Certification process included a four-month-long audit and certification process by Intertek experts.
This achievement demonstrates that Al Tayer Motors showrooms, service centres and workshops operate as per global best practices to provide a safe, environmentally friendly, and secure setting for customers as well as employees, said Intertek.
It added that Al Tayer Motors “embarked on many internal initiatives to help achieve these certifications” which included employee training, accident prevention measures, water and energy saving initiatives, site inspections and compliance.
Ashok Khanna, CEO at Al Tayer Motors said his firm was very proud of the accolade, “which would not have been possible without the efforts of all our employees under the expertise and guidance of Intertek, our partners in this journey. Attaining these certifications demonstrates our customer-centric approach and focus on providing our employees with a safe and healthy environment. These accreditations also demonstrate that our core values of integrity, quality and reliability are at the heart of everything we do.”
Matthew Skinner, Regional Managing Director, at Intertek, added: “Receiving the certifications for ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 50001, and ISO 22301 is an impressive achievement, and I would like to congratulate the entire team for this accomplishment. Al Tayer Motors’ journey is truly remarkable and demonstrates the organisation’s commitment to delivering outstanding products, customer service and employee satisfaction.”