The Company recognises that the operation of vessels involves a risk to the health and safety of its employees, to third parties, and the environment.

The Company is responsible for minimising such risks by:

  • Conducting its  business  affairs,  such  that  all  decision  making  takes  full  account  of  safe  vessel operations.
  • Ensuring that  the  managed  vessels  are  operated  in  accordance  with  National,  and  International Maritime Legislation, regarding safety and environmental protection measures.
  • Employing competent and suitably qualified Personal, who are able to effectively supervise and carry out safety and environmental protection, as defined in the SMM operating procedures.
  • Providing suitable  training  for  Personal  to  facilitate  the  effective  employment  of  the  operating procedures.
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of shipboard safety and environmental performance and the related procedures.
  • Utilising the accident and pollution prevention measures, by conducting investigations of shipboard accidents/incidents and using the recommendations to prevent re-occurrence.
  • Maintaining contingency plans to be used in the event of emergency situations.
  • Provide for safe practices in ship operation and a safe working environment.
  • Assess all risks to its ships, personnel, and environment and to establish appropriate safe guards.
  • Continuously improve safety management skills of personnel, including preparing for emergencies.

The Company will focus on the global perspective of its activities, which have a major impact on the environment.   Such activities and aspects will be revised, and if necessary replaced frequently, to ensure the continuous improvement of the SMM, and the Company’s performance.