- Leading Safety, Security and Environment (SSE) issues is a CMA CGM Group Commitment
- CMA CGM Group activities are rapidly growing and becoming more diversified
- We have reviewed our organization to improve the Group's SSE performance and harmonise practices worldwide.
Strategy & Vision
- Be a leading, independant and recognised player by adopting the highest Safety-Security-Environment standards
- Top priority goes to the protection of our Employees, the Environment, local communities and Assets
- Risk prevention and continuous Improvement of our SSE performance are key principles to ensure a sustainable development of the Group
- Define and implement the Group SSE policy and management system (rules) according to applicable regulations and standards
- Maintain compliance and certifications (ISM, ISPS, C-TPAT…)
- Identify, assess and mitigate any SSE risk for the company
- Provide appropriate support and guidelines to all entities, both inland and maritime activities
- Ensure that operations are carried in compliance with all applicable rules, notably through internal audits
- Manage Emergency Situations and Response Plans
- Develop a SSE culture based on best practices through sharing and training to raise awareness
- Reports to the Top Management on the Group SSE Performance
- Scope and Perimeter : all Group’s Operations
- Provide a wide range of expertise and support methods and tools
- Harmonize practices and management systems worldwide
Safety, Security and Environment Policy
- Ensure safety at sea and avoid any human injury or loss of life.
- Ensure healthy and safe working conditions.
- Provide safe working practices in operation of its ships.
- Ensure all personnel will at all times be qualified for their respective position.
- Establish measures to deal with emergencies and maintain preventive safeguards to avoid identified risks.
- Provide technical and human measures to prevent any damage to the marine environment and property.
- Improve the knowledge and skills of all personnel by continuous training.
- Continuously monitor the needs of different types of training.
- Maintain high standards of safety, security and environmental consciousness and personal discipline with a documented training system.
- Continuously review all mandatory rules, regulations, industry guidelines and codes that are applicable to the specific ship types and trades.
- Comply with International and National requirements, as well as any rules set by the Classification Society.
- Ensure that all personnel are qualified to carry out their respective jobs and that they are well trained.
- Ensure that every employee knows his/her duties in case of an emergency.
- Ensure that all necessary training is arranged, enabling all personnel to fulfill their designated job.
- Maintain a skilled workforce by encouraging and promoting long-term employment.
- Maintain qualified shore-based personnel, experienced in the operation of the ship types under management.
- Provide shore-based support to enable the designated person to carry out assigned responsibilities.