HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT & QUALITY

 

Emar Dexter BV personnel both onboard and ashore is a very important aspect of Emar Dexter BV’s Company Management system. Our working environment is continuously monitored for proper health conditions. Our health standards and guidelines pay specific attention to important issues such as general living conditions, crew wellbeing, physical exercise, storage of food and nutrition practices.

Emar Dexter BV  is committed to operating in accordance with the highest standards of safety in the marine transportation industry and employs competent and experienced crew to ensure that its vessels are operated in a safe and environmentally sound manner. By promoting an active safety culture among its personnel, both ashore and on board, Emar Dexter BV is committed not only to providing a quality service to their clients, but especially to ensuring consistent protection of the environment and working conditions. Focusing on safety also means making sure the crew is qualified, regularly trained, informed of current issues and looked after as far as their health and well being is concerned.

HEALTH, HYGIENE AND SAFETY POLICY

 

Emar Dexter BV Management, being involved in the operation and management of vessels providing worldwide transportation of cargoes by sea, recognizes the inherent impacts on people and the environment, which can result from its activities. The Company will therefore conduct its operations, both ashore and onboard the vessels under its management, in a manner that protects health and promotes safety.

The Company holds health, hygiene and safety as first priority in its operations, while its utmost concern is to always ensure that all employees execute their work under safe and hygienic conditions.

The Company is furthermore committed to take all reasonable precautions and measures, during the operation of managed vessels, in order to ensure safety at sea, prevention of human injury or loss of life and avoidance of damage to property.

The Company aims at health, hygiene and safety excellence which is accomplished through the following objectives:

Minimize adverse health, hygiene and safety impacts resulting from activities ashore and onboard through compliance with applicable legal requirements and the use of appropriate management system procedures.

Comply with all applicable rules and regulations and with other requirements to which the organization subscribes that relate to its identified Health, Safety and Environmental protection related hazards, applicable to operations of the managed vessels.

Provide for healthy, safe and environmentally protective practices in vessel operations, a safe working environment and establish safeguards against identified risks, to assist in preventing human injury and loss of life.

Being committed to prevention of injury and ill health.