The Company is committed to achieving excellence in providing Ship Management services through clearly defined documentation that includes:

  • Vision and Mission statement
  • Safety and Quality Policy
  • Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • Human Resource and Health Policy
  • Ethics Policy
  • Environment policy
  • Security policy
  • Quality and Safety Management System which is in compliance with ISM, ISO 9001 and other relevant rules, regulations and guidelines within the industry. It is designed to ensure safety at sea, prevention of injury or loss of life, avoidance of damage to the environment and to property. It is to be reviewed at regular intervals to verify the overall effectiveness of the system in achieving stated objectives.
  • ECDIS Policy
  • Energy Management Policy
  • Data Protection Policy and Procedures
  • Cyber Security Policy
  • Social Media Policy

The Company in pursuant of its objectives will;

  • Place high priority on the safety, welfare and health including the mental health of the personnel by providing a safe working environment and safe working practices.
  • Establish safeguards against all identified risks by adequate contingency planning to protect the vessel and her cargo.
  • Includes a commitment to the protection of the environment, including prevention of pollution and other specific commitments(s) relevant to the Company.
  • Comply with mandatory rules and regulations and take into account the applicable codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the IMO, relevant Flag Administrations, Classification Societies and Maritime Industry Organizations to fulfil its compliance obligations and to improve the QSMS.
  • Keep personnel fully informed of any known potential hazards that may affect themselves, the ship or the environment by transmittal of pertinent information.
  • Provide qualified, medically fit and suitably experienced seafarers with required certification for the trade of the vessel in accordance with the Flag State and STCW requirements.
  • Continuously improve safety management skills of personnel ashore and aboard ships, including preparing for emergencies related both to safety and environmental protection.
  • Identify and provide adequate resources and training opportunities on board & ashore.
  • Meet & even exceed customer expectations by understanding their needs & accomplishing realistic targets agreed with them.
  • Use preventive measures to avoid alcohol and drug abuse onboard through the Company’s D&A policy.

The responsibility for the quality of our ship management services rests with the Managing Director. A Designated Person as per the requirements of the ISM Code Sect.4 shall be appointed. He/she shall have direct access to the highest level of management in the respective ship management office and also to the Group DPA who reports to the Managing Director.

The Company will communicate its’ commitment to Safety & Quality to our employees both onboard and ashore, as well as stake holders, suppliers, sub-contractors and other interested parties. We will solicit their input in meeting our S&Q goals and in turn will offer assistance to meet their goals.

The Master of every vessel has the overriding authority and responsibility to make decisions with respect to safety of personnel and pollution prevention and to request for assistance including salvage assistance as per LOF terms as may be necessary. The above company policy is available to all interested parties and company personnel.

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