Seacontractors’ commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) is reflected in everything we do and even extends to our contractors, subcontractors, customers and all other stakeholders.
Our QHSE processes are supported by a dedicated department, as this area requires continuous improvement. Our experienced professionals follow specific training methods that, combined with on-site learning and on the job training, aims to further improve our QHSE standards and performance.
In order to provide high-level QSHE standards and service, we audit our systems regularly as part of an integrated Management System. Seacontractors’ Management System provides structure and it adheres to all statutory obligations and legislation, as well as the guidelines and requirements of the ISM-code, ISPS, MLC, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001:2015 + ISO 9001:2015. Seacontractors has a Document of Compliance based on voluntary ISM certification. All our vessels are part of this voluntary ISM system. A majority of our vessels is SMC certified. All our vessels have additional certification and equipment to not only comply, but to be proactive in the of abatement of pollution to sea, air and land.
We firmly believe that all incidents are preventable and that a safe workplace is a healthy workplace. Together with our customers, suppliers and contractors we are committed to actively promoting the highest standards of safety awareness and disciplines on Seacontractors vessels within all operations.
Seacontractors highly believes in strong local presence. To reach this goal we set up a local branch once we feel that a country or area becomes part of our domain. Seacontractors is an equal opportunities employer. Our principles of equal opportunity apply to recruitment, training, promotion, transfer, which are reflected in the terms and conditions of employment.
Our main objectives are:
In line with this view, Seacontractors is moving towards a clean and green work environment by investing in modern equipment and bio-degradable lubricants.