Armazéns do Chiado shopping centre. Credit: Multi Corporation
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Multi Iberia Global Safe Site Certification by Bureau Veritas

Multi Iberia can now certify the security and safety of the shopping centres it manages in Portugal and Spain, thanks to its partnership with Bureau Veritas.

This certification company has audited and certified the procedures implemented at all our facilities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to enable them to resume their activities safely. This certification will boost public confidence in the safety of Multi Iberia’s shopping centres.

To ensure the safety of employees, customers, suppliers and other interested parties in our shopping centres, Multi Iberia now relies on the services of Bureau Veritas, which recently initiated a Global Safe Site certification compliance audit process. This translates into a guarantee for the implementation of specific preventive procedures at employee and organisational level, in relation to cleaning, hygiene and disinfection plans, as well as the adaptation of regulations applicable in each of its facilities.

Multi Iberia’s goal is to go beyond the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) and other local and national health institutions, to do everything we can to prevent any further COVID-19 infections.

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