QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY, SECURITY & ENVIRONMENTAL (QHSSE)
Quality has been at the heart of our working culture since MARINE Trust first started up in 2019. Through the effective application of our Quality Management System (QMS).
By implementing HSSE policies and procedures across the organization, we aim to provide Healthy, Safe, Secured and Environmentally sustainable workplaces in Marine trust, and focus on safety performance in all our operations.
Marine Trust HSSE Policy and Objectives
Our goals are simple – no harm to people, no accidents, no security breaches, and no damage to the environment. Every employee at Marine Trust is committed to getting HSSE right, the first time, every time – wherever you go.
Marine Trust adopts a customer-first approach which ensures that customer needs and expectations are determined, converted into requirements and met.
We continually look for ways to interact directly with our customers to ensure that we focus on their specific needs and expectations.
Non-conformity & Corrective Action
Evidence of non-conformance, customer dissatisfaction or process weakness drives our continual improvement system. In the case of nonconformity, immediate correction and possible additional actions are required to eliminate/reduce the likelihood of recurrence.
Corrective action data is summarized and analyzed to identify trends to assess the overall effectiveness of the corrective action system and to develop related recommendations for improvement.
Management of Suppliers
This is accomplished by closely working with a network of external suppliers whose performance and capability are continually assessed through periodic evaluations audits, performance data analysis and inspection or verification of the supplied products or services.
As part of the process, providers are required to complete a questionnaire which includes company data, compliance and ethics, as well as information about the quality and health, safety, and environment management systems implemented, IT infrastructure and operational controls. Acceptance of the Marine Trust Supplier Code of Conduct is mandatory for a supplier to be approved.