Dubai Central Laboratory launches new services
Chemistry unit at consumer products laboratory section of Dubai Central Laboratory at Dubai Municipality has announced a group of new and updated services in different areas of its jurisdiction.
Abdulrahman Mohammed Abdulla Al Ali, head of electrical appliances unit, said, “The newly introduced services include chemistry and physical testing in children’s finger paint and measuring the magnetic force in toys, microbiology testing for cosmetics and personal care products, heavy toxic metals test in textile and testing safety of households such as refrigerating and ice-cream appliances, ice-makers and similar appliances.”
Dubai Central Laboratory also announced the launch of an electronic service named ‘Laboratory Information Management System’ in its electrical appliances unit of consumer products laboratory section.
Al Ali said, “The move came as part of achieving the strategic goals of DCL by updating existing services and introducing new services to cope up with new development in different areas in line with the international best practices and services.”
“We are keen to be No.1 in providing best and quality services in all areas of our work in tune with the targets of Dubai Smart Government initiative introduced by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai,” said, Hawa Bastaki, Director DCL. “With HH’s aim at bolstering Dubai position as a globally leading Arab city, we work hard to achieve the seemly caliber both in the organization which we belong to, and the city which we live in. On these fundamentals, our vision has evolved to tell that DCL shall be ‘A World Class Product Confidence Vendor,” Bastaki added.
“Hence, we always care to provide the best services for all our customers, through facilitating processes and providing required information. Suggestions in relation to the improvement & development of the services offered can be submitted via our web site: http://www.dcl.ae,” she said.
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