At our peak construction period, we will have 30,000 workers on our projects, from a range of countries including Nepal, India, Turkey, China, Ghana and the Philippines.
Our workers are a multicultural and diverse mix of people, collaborating to produce quality results for infrastructure related to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.
All of our workers are protected by our Workers' Welfare Standards – a contractually binding document that ensures all individuals contributing to the delivery of Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) projects are treated with respect and dignity.
We ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our workers is safeguarded while they work on our projects. From beginning to end, we strive to make their experience a positive one, implementing robust health & safety working standards on site, while ensuring that they enjoy clean and comfortable living accommodation.
The SC is dedicated to making the lives of our workers better. Whether through training programmes to improve workplace skills, or awareness sessions to educate them about the importance of better diets, we oversee the entire journey of workers during their time on our projects.
Giving workers a voice
Communication with our workers is crucial. Our team takes time to get to know them, discussing their cares, worries or grievances. Sometimes we just listen or share a meal with them. But we always make sure our workers know we are available for them.
We know what they want because we ask them. With our dedicated grievance hotline, workers' welfare forums and worker interviews, we have procedures in place to make sure our workers are heard – and feel part of the tournament.
They are the people bringing Qatar's preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2022™ to life. We will always be proud of their commitment to this historic tournament.