MODON has launched a number of constructive initiatives that contribute to the advancement of
sustainable development. These include the creation of the Health Department, which will be
responsible for developing a food safety management system based on international standards. By
applying this framework to small and medium-sized food enterprises, the Authority aims to
increase the level of commitment to the highest degree of food safety across all facilities.
To effectively classify food facilities in the industrial cities, Modon
implemented the Etmaen program – an effective tool to measure enterprises’
compliance with food safety requirements and standards. It utilizes several
digital systems that collect and analyze data to ensure food safety and
continued application of the highest health standards at facilities.
The program is based on input from the Intelligent Inspection Program and the
results of food analyses. It also leverages evaluations of food handling samples
from surrounding environments. To achieve the highest levels of food safety
management, the Intelligent Inspection Program uses a rigorous, well-studied and
accurate methodology based on the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
system and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Our main goal is to ensure food
safety confidence across Modon’s industrial cities.
The Etmaen program is applied to all food facilities based at our
industrial cities that prepare, process and deliver meals, such as
catering centers, restaurants and fast-food outlets. Inspections of
such facilities are scheduled electronically through the Intelligent
Inspection Program according to their respective risk assessments.
During an inspection visit, food facilities are evaluated based on
the extent to which they and their employees comply with safety
Mobile devices are used to record the results of the inspection
based on a pre-programmed checklist covering items such as hygiene,
storage, implement usage and temperature levels. At the end of the
inspection, data is entered into the Intelligent Inspection Program,
which then automatically classifies the facility based on its
adherence to food safety regulations. An appropriately colored card
is subsequently issued and fixed prominently at the facility’s
Modon launched this initiative obliging food facility owners to transparently
share information about the source and quality of meat with consumers through a
As part of efforts to ensure the safety of food circulated in industrial
cities to protect workers and visitors, Modon launched the Mobile Food
Trucks initiative. We created a conducive environment for food truck owners
and ensure their business is conducted safely.
Modon’s focus on developing its services through integration of a robust food
safety management system over the year enabled us to execute many service
projects – demonstrating our commitment to a systematic strategy empowering us
to positively contribute to individual, environmental and community welfare. Key
projects driving these services are outlined below.
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