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Telenor Pakistan becomes the first telco to receive ISO 45001 Certification for Occupational Health & Safety

Telenor Pakistan becomes the first telco to receive ISO 45001 Certification for Occupational Health & Safety
Telenor Pakistan becomes the first telco to receive ISO 45001 Certification for Occupational Health & Safety

Country’s leading telecom services provider, Telenor Pakistan, has received the ‘ISO 45001’ Certification for its responsible approach towards Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S). The specific requirements for the ‘ISO 45001’certification are to provide a safe, secure and healthy workplace environment by minimizing work-related injuries, accidents and ill health while also proactively improving OH&S performance in an organization.

Responsible businesses worldwide are adopting policies that are friendly towards their employees as well as the environment. Such precautionary certifications are becoming a vital need as they allow to systematically minimize the probability of accident, illness, injury or fatality caused by workplace hazards.

“This feat is a testament to Telenor Pakistan’s efforts towards ensuring a safe and sustainable workplace and operations to prevent potential risks for all the employees, in-house vendors, and visitors.” Said Kamal Ahmed, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Telenor Pakistan. “We believe in creating a secure work environment not only by adopting these health and safety precautions but also encouraging our supply chain drivers to do so. Achievement of this milestone is an important step forward in our implementation of vigilant sustainable policy.” he added.

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Telenor Pakistan has been a pioneer in adopting sustainability best practices and has received a number of ISO certifications including ISO 14001 Certification for effective Environmental Management System in 2017, ISO 9001:2015 for improved Customer Satisfaction in 2016, and the ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification for Information Security Management System (ISMS) for mobile banking services in 2010, and now adding the ISO 45001: Occupational Health and Safety precautions to its arsenal. This forward-looking policy is a trend setter for other organizations to follow suit and introduce a ‘morale boosting’ approach, resulting in efficient employee output, by providing a sense of security to the employees.