The Asset Management System Certification will aid MPC in managing the lifecycle of assets more efficiently and ensure compliance with international safety and performance standards. The Risk Management System Certification will provide the guidelines and framework to handle different categories of risk in both complexes.
Commenting on the announcement, President of Ma’aden Phosphate Company, Abdullah Alajmi, said: “We remain committed to playing a key role in boosting crop output and contributing to stable food supplies around the world as part of Saudi Arabia’s contribution to achieving global food security.”
“Successfully adopting these two management systems means that we will be more efficient in fulfilling that commitment and supporting Ma’aden’s long-term strategy, which is driven by operational excellence and asset optimisation,” he continued.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/phosphates/02042020/maaden-achieves-iso-55001-and-iso-31000-certifications-at-fertilizer-complex/
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