QHSE

Objectives

Our objectives and goals:

  • To maintain zero Injury at all work sites.
  • Zero tolerance against drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Provide qualified and competent crew
  • To follow international safe recommended practices in operations
  • Have a thorough understanding of the requirements of health, safety and environment as facilitated by our company
  • Work in a disciplined and professional manner
  • To provide a healthy and safe working environment
  • Development of a permanent cadre of qualified, trained and motivated personnel
  • To support moral, social and economic values to our people for maintaining and promoting health and safety
  • To reduce the risk acceptance to as low as reasonably practicable
  • To improve HSE skills and performance

Our Commitment

In order to attain the objectives, we are committed to the following :

  • Scouting for talent and competency among crew members
  • Ensuring that trained and competent crew are retained by fair compensation
  • Identifying the needs for further training in accordance with standards of training, certification and watchkeeping, changing technology and types of ships / units
  • Ensuring that adequate training facilities are provided to the personnel to meet their career aspirations
  • Establish an adequate pool of trained personnel
  • No fees or service charges for recruitment shall be taken from the crew

Quality is key

  • Effective HSE management with the highest standards of services to its clients, and safe and efficient standards of operation that comply with the international standards, relevant guidelines and regulations which will continue to be the strongest element of marketing of our services.

The two key words:

  • Efficiency - Doing right things
  • Effectiveness - Doing things right

OCS and Integrated
Management System

OCS has recognized a procedure for establishing objectives and management programme.

Goals and targets of IMS are established through stringent review of the following:

  • Legal and other requirement
  • Process performance issues
  • Environmental issues
  • Management review meetings
  • Significant Aspect Register – SAR
  • Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment Control (HIRAC)
  • Significant risk action plan

The procedure is consistent with the IMS commitment to improvement of operational performance and prevention of pollution and associated hazards.

In view of implementing IMS culture, a Management Representative (MR) has been appointed to monitor and control all the documents and records.

Certifications