Glenstar Marine’s Mandate is to ensure that our Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental policies and procedures continually advance to protect our staff, Assets, surroundings and Reputation in carrying out Ship to Ship mooring coordination operations, we place our safety at the forefront in any situation.
Glenstar Marine has a dedicated Health, Safety and Environment team supported by an marine assurance team who continually develop our assurance management systems. This enables us to regularly review all safety procedures and take any legislative requirements and industry best practice into account to ensure that the Mooring and unmooring operations are carried out to highest international standards in the west Africa. We are proud to boast a safety record of excellence.
We currently are in the process of getting a certificate OHSAS 18001:2007 for Health and Safety for STS operations globally.
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Safety as we say is, and always will be at the forefront of our minds when conducting any operations. Glenstar Marine Limited’s safety initiatives make available information on incidents that we have experienced or that we have learned about from our clients and the industry.
Safety initiative procedures are issued to our Operations coordinators, Operations officers, Mooring Masters and staff every quarter highlighting topical issues.
We believe if one person changes due to our initiative and an incident is avoided then we have achieved a milestone.
Environmental Glenstar Marine’s mandate is not only to implement measures to prevent pollution, but also continually improve our environmental performance, whilst also making aware and encouraging all parties associated with the company to consider how they affect the environment.
We ensure strict compliance with all West African environmental laws and other regulations, which form part of our daily operations.
We currently are in the process of getting a certificate ISO 14001:2004 for Environmental Management.
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Glenstar Marine Limited understands the importance of conducting safe operations. Monitoring of the weather is important for the safe implementation of our STS operations. Rigging our fenders, cranes, mechanical handling operations, supply voyages, loading and back-loading are limited by equipment performance that deteriorates in poor weather conditions.
We understand that the sailing of any vessel is contingent upon reasonable weather conditions for that vessel, the nature of the work, and the experience of the Vessel Operator in Charge.
The Weather forecast policy and algorithm serves as is created to foster adherence to safe weather conditions.
At Glenstar Marine we are dedicated to ensuring compliance and continually improving the effectiveness of our quality management system.
In so doing, we ensure strict adherence to relevant statutory and safety requirements, ensuring that our staff are well knowledge in the performance of their duties, and that all infrastructure and work environment are appropriate.
We currently are in the process of getting a certificate to ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Assurance and Management.
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Glenstar Marine Limited continuously strives to improve how we control, contain and clean up oil spills should they occur.
Though through strict compliance to OCIMF guidelines our modus operandum is to prevent oil spills, they can still happen.
NNPC Offshore Lagos Project.
Rain Oil STS operation offshore Lomé.
Mooring consultation and management