COMPANY SAFETY POLICY AND FOREWORD PRESIDENT
The Company is a privately owned Ship Management Company with its headquarters in Scheveningen, the Netherlands. The Company manages and operates a fleet of 19 offshore support vessels and multi-purpose offshore vessels as their main activity.
The Company has an approved DOC from class society DNV GL and is registered with FPAL .
The Company is well aware of its responsibilities to protect and secure the health and safety of its own personnel, those working under contract and any other person who may come into contact with the Company, during the course of its activities. In addition we must all recognize and take into full account, the effect of our operations on the environment in which we live and work. To assist the Company in achieving these objectives the Company has developed this Safety Management System.
The Company has adopted a policy of continuous improvement towards its Health, Safety and Environmental (HS&E) procedures and legislation. The current industry practice necessitates that we structure this process and procedures into a written management system, bringing together all of the components of policies, standards, responsibilities and identified elements of a safety management system. This level 1 document of the entire system together with its support documentation in level 2 and level 3 provides a single source of reference for all HS&E affairs within the Company.
The Company’s Safety Management System has been developed to cover all the vessels managed and operated by the Company. Thereby the Company aims towards :
- zero incidents
- zero harm to people
- zero damage to the environment
Success in managing HS&E matters is a direct reflection of the attitudes, initiatives and motivation of all personnel, contracted personnel or others involved in the operation of the vessels and which qualities we all have. By applying these qualities we can meet our stated objectives of continuous improvement with contributions of all involved toward these objectives and success. Attaining these is our shared personal understanding and participation in the implementation and maintenance of this Safety Management System.
By: Henk Groen