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Ama Détergent, a Moroccan industrialist specializing in the production of detergents and disinfectants known under the Mio brand, has just won, at the beginning of September, the right to use the “TAHCEINE” label awarded by the Moroccan certification body “IMANOR” . It thus becomes the first company in the Doukkala-Abda region to have obtained the label.
Based in particular on the government protocol for managing the risk of Covid-19 contamination in workplaces, the “TAHCEINE” standard establishes the requirements that must be met by an organization to ensure business continuity under controlled sanitary conditions. Addressed to organizations operating in all sectors of industry and services, this standard presents guidelines and recommendations to meet these requirements.
With this distinction, Ama Détergent proves that it has taken all preventive health measures for the continuity of its activity and strengthens its ability to reassure its staff, customers and partners about its ability to operate in satisfactory sanitary conditions.
“This certification represents for us the fruit of our efforts during this crucial period. We have made the protection of our employees and our ecosystem our first priority in this context of health crisis. We consider that our responsibility towards our various partners goes beyond the quality of its products.”, Says Mr. Anouar Radi, CEO of Ama Détergent.
With this distinction, Ama Détergent demonstrates, once again, its strong commitment made from the first days of the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Morocco. The Moroccan industrialist demonstrated exemplary solidarity, citizenship and mobilization during the Covid-19 health crisis by mobilizing his material and human resources to protect the medical and security corps of Casablanca and El Jadida, at the front for the fight against the pandemic.