Male’, Maldives – The European Institute for Export Compliance (EIFEC) has opened their branch office in Maldives this week through the accreditation of EIFEC Private Limited as their regional organization to provide their international service.
In a press released by EIFEC, they stated that this office has been opened to implement their global initiative of Compliance to “Vaccinate your Business” which targets the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic.
They also stated that their newly developed Emergency International Standards series would help organisations to be more effective in the fight against Covid-19 and make people’s everyday life safer and healthier as this situations requires organisations to be certified by accredited qualified third parties in addition to the development of proper emergency practices, policies and procedures.
EIFEC said that they are working towards businesses and organisations to take precautionary stand for the betterment of their businesses and well being of the Maldivian community as a whole and have called out interested SME’s and tourism industry parties to adopt their accreditation.
EIFEC also stated that their would be allowing parties to adopt their “Health Emergency Risk Compliance Management System (HER-CMS)” which can be adopted and implemented by all interested organisations and their “Compliance Management Systems for Sanitization Service Providers (SSp-CSM)” which is specifically for Sanitization Service Providers.
EIFEC is working with University of Turin (UNITO) and the Maldives National University (MNU) to implement a programme for EIFEC’s Health Emergency Risk Management Compliance in an epidemic context. MNU has been appointed as the the official partner of EIFEC in Maldives, and will be conducting all the relevant trainings, research and statistics.
The European Institute for Export Compliance (EIFEC) is an Export Compliance international standard-setting body which defines and develops standards, guidelines and certification mechanisms for emergency situations or critical areas of any nature such as the threat of nuclear, biological and chemical armaments proliferation, sanctions, AML, Health Emergency Risk in epidemic context.