Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre receives ISO 22000:2005 certificate

Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre has welcomed more than 100,000 guests this year

ISO 22000:2005 requires a business to have created a fully documented system in place.
ISO 22000:2005 requires a business to have created a fully documented system in place.

Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre has been awarded the ISO 22000:2005 certification, a food safety management system, which can be applied to any business in the food chain from farm to fork.

Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre, in a statement said that it is committed to ensure the compliance to defined and established code of food hygiene practices and applicable national and international food safety and hygiene regulations through close monitoring, verifications and training of employees, involvement of people and delegation of authorities.

This year, Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre has welcomed more than 100,000 guests through its doors to Medley Restaurant, La Fabrique Sports Bar, Le Café, and Azure Pool Lounge.

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The five-star hotel stated that it has seen a significant increase in footfall throughout 2017 and with the newly awarded ISO 22000:2005 certificate.

ISO 22000:2005 requires a business to have created a fully documented system in place and implemented which includes: programmes to ensure a clean sanitary environment, hazard analysis and critical control plan to prevent food safety hazards, and established food safety standards throughout the organisation at all levels.

“Achieving the ISO 22000:2005 is a testament to the dedication of the entire F&B team and senior management to implement best practices when it comes to the handling and preparation of food within the hotel,” said Nishan Silva, general manager at Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre.

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