QHSE Policy

- Quality

our principal objective is to provide customers with quality products and professional services that:

  • Satisfying their needs.
  • Delivered on time and within budget.
  • Value for money, Through exceptional personal service, meeting or exceeding their expectations.

We achieve this through a structured continuous improvement program that ensures the quality of our products and services, And helps to reduce costs and develop our staff skills. UAIS maintains a quality system that meets the requirements of quality systems standard ISO-9001 / 2008. Constant review and audit of this system ensures its applicability and use throughout the organizations. Management team is committed to the principles of continuous improvement and to the successful implementation of the quality system. All employees are committed to the quality system and are aware of its benefits to customer satisfaction, internal processes and the goals and objectives of UAIS.


UAIS Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Philosophy is to manage all work activities using a strategic HSE process founded on management commitment, personal accountability, internationally recognized standards, appropriate levels of training, and a system of HSE performance measurement.

  • UAIS Managers support this in belief that all of us can prevent injuries, pollution of the environment and damage or loss to property or equipment. To achieve this, UAIS Managers shall:
  • Build and maintain a positive HSE focused culture throughout our organization.
  • Ensure that all of our people are responsible for meeting our HSE standards and will be held accountable for their individual performance, and the performance of those working under their supervision.
  • Treat the HSE aspects of any work activity with equal value to commercial, production, and quality aspects.
  • Comply with applicable laws and regulations pertaining to the country of operation.
  • Support the identification of hazards and risks assessment in work activities.
  • Encourage the reporting of unsafe acts and conditions and the actions to improve HSE performance.
  • Do their best to minimize the environmental impact of our activities by preventing pollution and minimizing waste.
  • Provide adequate resources and training to ensure work is carried out safely and professionally.
  • Investigate all events where injuries, damage to property or the environment has occurred including all near miss incidents where there was high potential to cause injury or damage.
  • Ensure that actions are taken to correct and prevent similar events being repeated and those conclusions and recommendations are communicated in a timely manner.
All people working within UAIS have an obligation to follow these principles fully. By doing so, we create a working culture that continuously strives to improve HSE performance and a working environment where harm is reduced to a level which is as Low As Reasonably Practicable.