We are part of a global community whose operations impact the everyday lives of 6 billion people. The work that we do is undertaken in two of the most precious resources of our planet: under the oceans and along their coastlines.
Our risk, quality, safety and environmental policies are an essential ingredient in the way we approach our work. It's something our clients both need and respect.
Whether it's planning a project with a customer in Singapore, working on a proposal in Chelmsford, or providing maintenance services on one of our ships in the Atlantic, our risk, quality, safety and environmental policies are an essential ingredient in the way we approach our work. It's something our clients both need and respect.
Global Marine is seriously committed to achieving the highest Risk, Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental standards to protect our employee’s, contractors, visitors and customers in every respect.
RoSPA Award »
SOLAS Document of Compliance - UK »
SOLAS Document of Compliance - Singapore »
SOLAS Document for Compliance - Panama »
Achilles JQS Certificate of Qualification »
Achilles FPAL Verify-Assessment Certificate »
Achilles B2-Assessment Certificate »
Lloyds Register - Machine Calibration certificate »
Global Marine management processes are designed to manage risks from cradle to grave to ensure the safety of our employees, contractors, visitors and assets for activities both on and offshore. We provide Customers with the insight necessary to make important business decisions in a timely, efficient and comprehensive manner, which ensures the safety and welfare of those involved in the operation or task.
The oceans are full of hazards: weather that changes in a split second; a seabed that changes from benign to hostile. Our contractual responsibility is to appreciate, understand and be accountable for every aspect of risk we face 24/7, 365 days of the year.
Risk management is a fundamental part of how we think and work within Global Marine. We identify each risk and its potential magnitude and then work as a team to mitigate that risk, to as low as reasonably practicable, (ALARP) in every area that we operate.
Quality in Everything We Do
Global Marine is accredited to ISO 9001:2008 providing the foundation on which the company’s quality management system is based.
In practice this means Global Marine operate in line with documented policies, processes and procedures setting out to fully address the requirements, needs and expectations of our customers.
The management system is assessed both internally and externally for its effectiveness and efficiency and the findings from these assessments contribute towards driving continual improvement within the business. Feedback from our customers’ is an invaluable part of this process.
There’s the old adage of, “you get what you pay for”, and we really believe that if you're looking for quality assured products or services that are fit for purpose for their entire operational life, put your trust in Global Marine; the benefit to your business will be worth it.
We are passionate about delivering a quality, value-added service, first time, every time that will exceed your expectations.
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Health & Safety
The board of directors at Global Marine Systems Ltd recognise that outstanding business performance requires outstanding Health and Safety performance. This means the protection of the health, safety and welfare of our people and of those that could be affected by our business, along with the protection of our assets and reputation for the protection of the environment.
Global Marine Systems Ltd is fully committed to meeting its responsibility under the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (as amended), including the International Safety Management Regulations under the ISM Code (as amended).
The health and safety of those around us in our organisation is paramount to our success; as a team, we all look after each other.
Global Marine Systems Ltd is accredited to OHSAS 18001:2007 occupational health and safety assessment series emphasising the commitment to the health, safety and welfare of its employees, contractors and visitors. The management systems are assessed both internally and externally demonstrating Global Marine’s focus on continual improvement.
We have been honoured with a further Presidents Award for 2011 from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), after winning 12 consecutive Gold Awards; this achievement is something that Global Marine are proud of, demonstrating its commitment in delivering strong occupational health and safety management systems across the Company.
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ISO 14001:2004 focuses on the Environment. The company is committed to protecting the environment and minimising the impact on the surrounding habitat on a daily basis, while still achieving the highest possible quality and safety standards. This is demonstrated through internal and external assessments of our accredited management systems.
The environment is a major concern worldwide, from the G8 leaders to multi-national companies down to the man-in-the street. The commercial world is recognising its responsibilities towards the environment need to be taken seriously. And that is what Global Marine do.
We consider ourselves immensely privileged to operate our business in some of the most beautiful places, the oceans and seas around the world. We believe it absolutely integral to our company's success that we protect these by minimising the impact we have upon them and the associated habitats.
Whether it's planning a project with a customer in Singapore, working on a proposal in Chelmsford, or providing maintenance services on one of our ships in the Atlantic, our environmental policy is an essential ingredient in the way we approach our work. It's something our clients both need and respect.
Our commitment to the environment is demonstrated further by understanding that we were the first company in the UK to achieve certification in the International Safety Management for Marine Operations (ISM).
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