Faced with a constantly changing environment, risk control and quality management have become essential.
Based on the principle of continuous improvement, the QHSE function makes it possible to constructively and continuously question the company's modus operandi. Companies, whether SMEs or multinationals, adopt a global strategy and strive to meet their customers' needs in terms of quality, cost and deadlines.
Also, a company's brand image in the eyes of consumers is directly linked to its environmental involvement. Customer loyalty ratings for companies that respect environmental values is booming.
For this reason, the International University of Rabat, through its executive education department, in partnership with the IFA consulting firm, is setting up an Executive Master’s program in QHSE.
This weekend training course aims to train executives in QHSE in different sectors (construction, aeronautics, automotive, agriculture) such that they can implement action plans and procedures in line with international standards.