Quality Management

qualityWe provide Integrated Management System (IMS) including the Standards (ISO 9001:2000), Environment Management (ISO 14001), Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001) and ISM Code requirements. There is absolutely no compromise on the company’s policy of quality, safety and environmental protection. In fact, our vessels have been recommended for their high standard of safety and pollution prevention measures.

As ship management is activity of management and operation of ships including crew and maintenance

There is no limit to the type of ship management, so we fulfill the principle demand as per need, or on the basis of ship type (bulk carrier, general cargo, container, tanker, offshore vessels).

Our quality and safety systems are at the core of everything we do; fundamental to safeguarding all areas of environmental protection and life at sea, and the basis of an efficient and harmonious operation. New Horizon aims to continually develop all aspects of its quality and safety standards in order to comply with international standards and improve its efficiency and performance to its clients.

These companies focus their quality efforts on maintaining and improving existing quality systems. ISO defines a quality system as: “The organizational structure, responsibilities, procedures, processes and resources needed to implement quality management.” In the case of the maritime administrator, this certification encompasses vessel registration and documentation, mortgage recordation, crew examination, officer licensing, seafarers’ identification and qualification documents, radio station licensing, vessel safety inspections, technical support and investigations.