Dubai Customs Launches “Al-Bairaq (Banner) Challenge Award” | News Bharat

Dubai – In a virtual ceremony attended by Dubai Customs Executive Directors, Heads of Departments and Customs Centres, HE Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Director General of Dubai Customs, Director General of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, launched the Al-Bairaq (Banner) Challenge award. .

The “Al-Bairaq Award” aims to motivate and develop the skills of customs inspectors, improve corporate competitiveness and increase team spirit, to support Dubai Customs’ mission to secure borders and protect society.

aAt the ceremony, His Excellency Ahmed Mahboob Musabih said that this award aims to stimulate competition among customs inspectors and develop their skills through participation in comprehensive competitions.

Musabih stressed that customs inspections are among the main tasks of customs authorities around the world to secure borders and protect societies by curbing all smuggling attempts.

“Developing the skills of our inspectors is a strategic priority, and this is achieved by providing the best and latest training tools as part of the Dubai Customs Strategic Plan 2021-2026, which aims to lead the customs sector at the world in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai,” said Musabih. “The Al-Bairaq Challenge Award will motivate inspectors to be more creative in handling their tasks at different borders and enhance competition among inspectors to further refine their skills using the latest methods and adopting best practices in the rural area”.

For his part, Mohammed Al Ghaffari, Executive Director of the Human Resources, Finance and Administration Division of Dubai Customs, said: “Dubai Customs prepares and develops future national cadres, capable of leading the customs sector. Building and developing the skills of inspectors is a strategic priority we are working towards, and we do so by providing sophisticated training programs and tools. This award will help increase competitiveness among inspectors, work harder and smarter to facilitate trade and protect borders of the dangers of smuggling illegitimate goods”.

The award has four main criteria (knowledge, technical, field and leadership) and all customs centers including sea, land, air (airports) and air freight will participate in the challenge. Entrants will be judged by a panel of experts and the winners will be announced in January 2023.


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