Our partners are instrumental in helping us to uphold our standards and continually enhance conditions for workers on FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ projects.

They contribute their specialist knowledge and skills, and share our team's commitment to improving workers' lives.


BWI is a global trade union federation for construction workers.

In November 2016, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) signed a cooperation agreement with BWI to conduct joint health & safety inspections on SC projects. A joint working group was formed to manage and coordinate the inspections and reporting obligations, and achieve the aims of the agreement.

 Impactt Ltd.

Impactt is an award-winning ethical trade consultancy with a mission to improve workers' livelihoods in a way that benefits both businesses and workers.

Impactt Ltd. was appointed as the SC's external monitor in April 2016, becoming a key part of our four-tier auditing system, ensuring that our auditing and inspection activities are comprehensive and robust.

 Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar

Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q) was established by Cornell University in partnership with the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. WCM-Q is part of Weill Cornell Medicine, which was founded in New York more than a century ago.

We partnered with Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar in 2017 to carry out a nutrition initiative targeting SC workers and the catering supply chain within workers' accommodation and worksites. The purpose of the initiative is to educate and create awareness on the importance of nutrition and active lifestyles, in addition to identifying key health issues amongst our workers.

 Qatar International Safety Centre (QISC)

Qatar International Safety Centre (QISC) is a state-of-the-art training centre that has catered to industries across Qatar for over 15 years.

In 2017, we partnered with QISC to design and carry out training courses to introduce workers to life in Qatar, improve their technical capabilities, enhance job performance and increase productivity and safety.


Verité is a specialist, independent, not-for-profit entity that monitors the application of international labour rights by global organisations. Its expertise lies in identifying and rectifying welfare issues in the supply chains of major organisations.

We partnered with Verité throughout 2015 and 2016 to deliver training sessions that aim to enhance the application and enforcement of our Workers' Welfare Standards. These sessions, attended by our Workers' Welfare team and contractors, examined information gathering, interviewing and auditing management techniques. Verité also supported our appointment of Impactt Ltd. as a third-party monitor.


Deloitte is the world's largest and leading professional services firm, providing audit and assurance, tax, consulting, financial advisory and risk advisory services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. With a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries, Deloitte's 250,000+ professionals are committed to becoming the standard of excellence, bringing world-class capabilities and high-quality service to its clients.

Deloitte Middle East is a member firm of Deloitte and a leading professional services firm established in the Middle East region, which has had an uninterrupted regional presence since 1926 with 26 offices in 14 countries. Deloitte aims to offer the best services to its clients through a team of over 3,000 specialised partners and professionals in the Middle East, which guarantees effective communication with clients and a deeper understanding of their needs.

Deloitte has been providing specialist resources to augment the audit, inspection and compliance teams within the Workers' Welfare team to ensure flexibility and scalability as our workforce expands.


PwC is one of the biggest professional services organisations in the world. With offices in 158 countries and more than 236,000 employees, they are among the leading professional services networks. They help organisations and individuals to create the value they seek by delivering quality in assurance and advisory services.

Like Deloitte, PwC have provided specialist resources to aid our Workers' Welfare audit, inspection and compliance functions as the number of workers on our FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™-related projects continues to increase.

 Commercial Bank

Commercial Bank became Qatar's first private bank in 1975. As a full service bank, it offers a complete range of corporate, retail and investment banking services. Its countrywide network includes 29 branches and 177 ATMs. It is dedicated to supporting Qatar's community and social infrastructure through corporate social responsibility projects and sponsorship of various events. Title sponsorship of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters golf tournament reflects its promotion of excellence in sports and its keen interest in enhancing Qatar's international sporting reputation.

We collaborated with Commercial Bank to help workers use its mobile app for transferring money in a simple, fast and safe way. Commercial Bank officials helped us to train workers who do not have easy access to ATMs or exchange facilities. A dedicated call centre has also been launched to answer any queries related to the app.

 Ministry of Administrative Development Labour and Social Affairs (MoADLSA)

The Ministry of Administrative Development Labour & Social Affairs (MoADLSA) was established by Emiri Decree No. 4 of 2013 on the formation of the Council of Ministers. Since its establishment, the MoADLSA has undertaken the responsibility of achieving public objectives of administrative development, labour and employment affairs and social protection of citizens in the State of Qatar. It is considered one of the service- providing ministries that seek to provide services to citizens and foreign residents. 

According to Emiri Decree No. 4 of 2016 issued by H.H. The Amir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the MoADLSA is competent to amend the provisions of Emiri Decree No. 16 of 2014 regarding the functions of the ministries to include supervision upon execution of law organising government human resources, labour law and development of public policy for human resources including workforce nationalisation policy, follow up its execution after approval, study the budget estimates of the first section and study and review organisational structures proposed by government authorities for approval.


Ooredoo is Qatar's leading communications company, committed to making Qatar one of the best-connected countries in the world.

It is one of the founding stakeholders of the SC-led Qatar Innovation Community, a collection of national organisations accelerating innovation across Qatar and creating solutions for the FIFA World Cup 2022™ and beyond. To aid such development, Ooredoo have already established initiatives to improve the quality of life for workers using their existing communications infrastructure.


Techniche are a California-based apparel company, specialising in developing state-of-the-art evaporative and phase change cooling materials.

The SC worked with Techniche to conduct a pilot at Lusail Stadium site with its cooling vests, wrist-wraps and cooling towels. Using thermographic cameras, Techniche's team of experts proved that their technology cooled the body temperatures of workers by up to 10C.

Following the success of the pilot, the SC are working with Techniche to distribute the equipment tested to workers on all SC projects, while developing new technologies capable of leaving a legacy for workers around the world.

 NAVEX Global

NAVEX Global, formed in 2012, provides comprehensive ethics and compliance software platforms to companies all over the world.

In 2017, the SC partnered with NAVEX Global to establish a dedicated grievance hotline, allowing workers to lodge complaints with a team of operators, who then transfer complaints to our Workers' Welfare team for action.

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