MARFLET MARINE strives to maintain and further develop a fleet of ships living up to the market standards as stipulated by the world’s leading Oil Majors and meeting national and international rules and regulations.
The Safety of crew and vessels as well as the protection of the environment has top priority within the MARFLET MARINE fleet. We are committed to safe and secure transportation of liquid cargoes at sea and our goal is to reach zero incidents, zero spills and zero detentions by continuously improving our procedures, practices and controls.
We carefully select and train our staff in order to constantly meet the requirements of our customers as well as those of national and foreign maritime authorities. The majority of both our staffs have worked in the Company for many years thereby ensuring continuity and compliance with the high standards determined by MARFLET MARINE.
Juan J. Ferrer
Health, Safety and Environmental Protection
The day-to-day operational conduct of MARFLET MARINE is governed by the Company Health, Safety and Environmental Policy. This Policy Endeavour’s to ensure that all operations are carried out in a manner which, Ensures the safety and health of employees and other persons affected by Company activities, Gives due regard to the protection and conservation of the environment, Complies with, or exceeds, all relevant international, national and local laws and regulations which relate to health, safety and protection of the environment, Ensures that commercial factors shall not take precedence over matters relating to health, safety and environmental protection.
Safety and environmental protection is the responsibility of all personnel onboard and any person who feels; after bringing the matter to the attention of a responsible person onboard and/ or the Safety Committee, that the safety or environmental protection are still compromised, must inform to MARFLET MARINE Designated Person Ashore (DPA).
It is the policy of the company to provide a secure working environment by establishing and maintaining the required security measures to prevent unlawful acts against the ship, which endanger the safety and security of the persons and property onboard the company ships. We rank security considerations equally with commercial and operational factors in managing our business.
Drug and Alcohol
It is the policy of the Company that any Master, Officer, Petty Officer, Rating or contractor when on board our vessels is prohibited from performing any duties whatsoever whilst under or seemingly under the influence of alcohol or drugs or an illegal substance or possess any such substances.
Juan J. Ferrer
The Health, Safety and Environmental Policy
The day-to-day operational conduct of Marflet Marine S.A. is governed by the Company Health, Safety and Environmental Policy.
This Policy Endeavour’s to ensure that all operations are carried out in a manner which:
Ensures the safety and health of employees and other persons affected by Company activities.
Gives due regard to the protection and conservation of the environment.
Complies with, or exceeds, all relevant international, national and local laws and regulations which relate to health, safety and protection of the environment.
Ensures that commercial factors shall not take precedence over matters relating to health, safety and environmental protection.
In order to implement this policy, Marflet Marine S.A. Endeavour’s to ensure that vessels under its management are manned by qualified, medically fit and suitably trained seafarers and insists on a commitment from all employees to maintain the highest standards of health, safety and environmental protection.
Seafarers employed on Marflet Marine S.A. managed vessels are invited to identify potentially unsafe or unsound procedures, equipment or practices and to bring them to the attention of a responsible person and/ or Safety Committee on board the vessel.
Safety and environmental protection is the responsibility of all personnel onboard and any person who feels; after bringing the matter to the attention of a responsible person onboard and/ or the Safety Committee, that the safety or environmental protection are still compromised, must inform to Marflet Marine S.A. Designated Person Ashore (DPA).
It is the responsibility of the Master to ensure that all personnel on this vessel adhere to this policy.
This policy shall be reviewed at regular intervals and amended and updated when necessary to ensure that it remains effective.
Juan J. Ferrer
Safety Company Policy
The safety objectives of the Company Policy are to ensure safety at sea, prevention of human injury or loss of life, and avoidance of damage to the environment and property. Safety management objectives of the Company is, inter alia:
Provide for safe practices in ship operation and safe working environment.
Establish safeguards against all identified risks.
Continuously improve safety management skills of personnel ashore and aboard ships, including preparing for emergencies related both to safety and environmental protection.
Continuous improvement in the reduction of pollution; and
Continuous striving to reach Zero goals: Zero Accidents | Zero Pollutio | Zero Detentions
For this purpose the Company has developed and implement a Safety Management System (SMS) which is maintained at shore office and in all Company’s operated vessels.
The Company’s Safety Management System ensures:
Compliance with ISM code and mandatory rules and regulations; and
That applicable codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the Organization, Administrations, Classification Societies and Maritime Industry Organizations, are taken into account.
Quick application of possible improvements in the safety and environmental management.
Juan J. Ferrer
Company Security Policy
It is the policy of the Company to provide a secure working environment by establish and maintaining the required security measures to prevent unlawful acts against the ship, which endanger the safety and security of persons and property onboard the Company ships.
Company objectives are to:
- Provide security procedures and practices for ship operations to protect the security of the ships, ports and the wider community.
- Establish safeguards to reduce the risk to visitors crew and shore personnel onboard the Company ships.
- Improve the security skills and awareness of the Company personnel ashore and onboard, and
- Prepare contingency measures for emergencies relating to possible security incidents.
The Company intends to achieve these objectives by:
- A ship Security Assessment and Security Plan specific to each ship.
- Comprehensive training for Company personnel.
- Actively promoting security awareness amongst Company personnel.
- Regular document reviews and internal audits, and
- Providing the necessary support to the Company Security Officer (CSO) and Ship Security Officer (SSO) to fulfill their duties in accordance wirg chapter XI-2 and part A and B of the ISPS code.
Juan J. Ferrer
As an essential part of its Environmental Management System, whose scope covers the “PROVISION OF MARITIME TRANSPORTATION SERVICES WITH SPECIALIZED OIL AND CHEMICAL TANKERS IN WORLDWIDE TRADE”, Marflet Marine S.A. has set up this Environmental Policy, by which it commits to:
Manage the significant environmental aspects in a responsible manner and in any case in accordance with ISO 14001 standard.
Learn, communicate, and comply with all applicable legal requirements concerning environmental protection, promulgated by the various Authorities with responsibilities in this area, and with any other commitments voluntarily subscribed to, and that might influence and constrain the development of our activities.
Establish a corporate culture that discourages criminal or other aberrant conduct by establishing a system to encourage and oversee compliance with regulations and standards, and to discover and appropriately deal with non-compliances.
Voluntary disclose any wrongdoing on a timely basis and cooperate with Government’s investigations.
Carry out actions for continuous improvement of significant environmental aspects, where this is techno-economically viable.
Strive to reduce, prevent or control the various existing types of pollution and to prevent future ones, where techno-economically viable.
Strive to deliver its contribution by reducing its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, particularly CO2 emissions, supporting IMO to develop real and sustainable GHG emission reduction regulations from ships that will not hinder international commerce energy efficiency.
Effectively manage the wastes generated in our activities, when they are harmful to the environment.
Consider environmental factors in relevant purchasing decisions and giving preference to those products and services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose.
Establish environmental objectives and targets consistent with this Policy and review them periodically.
Communicate this Policy to our employees, subcontractors and suppliers and maintain it publicly available.
Juan J. Ferrer
Quality Management System’s Policy
Shipmanagement services of Marflet Marine S.A. are used by world-wide Customers that demand the highest standards of performance and reliability. The quality of our services play a key role in achieving Customers’ satisfaction and in turn business success.
It is our Policy to:
- Provide services that meet current and predictable future requirements of its customers in the most efficient and competitive way, as well as applicable laws and regulations, in turn satisfying the interests and expectations of other stakeholders (shareholders, employees, suppliers and Society in general).
- Ensure safety at sea, prevention of human injury or loss of life, and avoidance of damage to the environment, striving to reach zero incidents and zero spills.
- Maintain an effective coordination with their suppliers, in order to ensure availability for its customers of the most appropriate and efficient vessels, equipped with the best and more up-to-date technology advances.
- In an attitude of leadership, to properly guide the efforts of all staff, for which ensures a proper selection, training and promotion, recognizing their essential role and creating an internal environment in which everyone can participate and get involved in the achievement of the Organization’s objectives. In particular, vessels will be operated with senior officers with appropriate experience and training on her specific type and trade.
- Identify the continuous improvement in performance as a permanent Objective of the Organization, facilitating and encouraging the active participation of all personnel in this task.
- Implement and communicate this Policy to all our employees, and review it regularly for updates.
Our overall Quality Objective is to continually improve customer’s satisfaction by operating an efficient and effective Quality Management System, striving to anticipate and exceed customer needs and expectations at every opportunity. This is achieved through understanding current and future customer needs and expectations and through structured planning for the future organization and managing change.
Juan J. Ferrer
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