Katara introduces advanced food safety training

Food Safety certification training was held in partnership with Bureau Veritas at Katara Hospitality as the company introduces advanced food safety training for its Qatar based hotel employees

Katara Hospitality employees receiving ISO 22002-2 food safety certification.
Katara Hospitality employees receiving ISO 22002-2 food safety certification.

Qatar based owner, developer and operator Katara Hospitality held an ISO 22002-2 food safety training session in Doha, in conjunction with Bureau Veritas, a global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC).

ISO 22002-2’s Food Safety training specifies the requirements for the design, implementation and maintenance programmes that assist in controlling potential food safety hazards in outlets offering catering and food-related services.

Attending the training were head chefs, chief stewards and hygiene managers from the company’s Qatar-based hotels, with representatives in attendance including those from The Ritz-Carlton Doha, Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel, Mövenpick Hotel Doha, Simaisma, a Murwab Resort, The Avenue, a Murwab Hotel, Sealine, a Murwab Resort and Saraya Corniche Hotel.

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Certificates of Attendance were awarded to employees who took part in the ISO/TS 22002 Part-2: training in recognition for having completed the programme.

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