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Mozambican Companies Gain Biosafety Training for Insertion in Megaprojects

Mozambican Companies Gain Biosafety Training for Insertion in Megaprojects

A total of seven Mozambican companies participated in the first phase of training for certification in biosafety standards and, consequently, increase their competitiveness in the market and improve their insertion in large-scale projects in the country.

Of the seven participating companies, one of them, called Lógica, Tecnologia e Serviço, received certification in ISO 9001 and ISO 45001 standards from the National Institute for Standardization and Quality (INNOQ).

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Speaking moments after the awarding of the certification, Luís Magaço, PCA of the Association of Commerce, Industry and Services (ACIS), the entity responsible for the training, said that his institution has focused its actions on advocacy for the improvement of the business environment in order to meet the current challenges of the market.

He explained that the process covered, in a first phase, 128 business units, having later advanced to capacity building only seven. Magaço also said that with the economic crisis that plagues the country, several small and medium-sized companies are unable to cover the minimum cost that the certification process implies, expressing, in this context, hope that more companies will be interested in the initiative.

“As ACIS, we will continue with all these actions, obviously seeking to double and do better for the growth of companies,” he said.

For his part, Sirajl Loonat, PCA of Logic, Technology and Service, said it was a remarkable moment because the company managed to achieve one of the objectives outlined, which is the certification.

“It was a moment of intense training with all our teams. We think that this certification will make a difference in the national and international market, because we bring together quality in management and in work,” he pointed out.

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Loonat explained that, with the certification, his company is prepared to observe the international quality standards required in the trade.

Geraldo Albasini, director general of the Institute for Quality Standardization (INNOQ), meanwhile, added that Logic, Technology and Service should not take this initiative as a duty fulfilled, but rather as the beginning of responsibility that the services provided will be of quality.

“Even more important is that your workers will comply with safety standards and avoid situations of accidents and occupational diseases. We encourage ACIS to give the necessary support to get more companies certified by the end of the year,” he concluded.

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