Health, Safety, Environment & Quality
Health & Safety
The health and safety of our employees, contractors, visitors and clients is core to the way we do business. Our operations are underpinned by our Target 365 culture – our relentless commitment to the systematic management of health, safety and environmental management.
Our comprehensive suite of policies and procedures mandate activity across all of our operations.
During the 2018 financial year, MMA’s Total Recordable Case Frequency Rate (TRCF) was 0.28 per million hours worked. When compared to our industry and the industries in which we support, our TFCF is a world class performance and shows, that safety is embedded in our culture. Despite the downturn, we have remained focussed on operational excellence which is driving MMA’s TRCF. The result confirms the effectiveness of our Target 365 approach as we continue to evolve and produce sustainable improvements in safety culture and performance.
MMA is a regular contributor to industry health and safety forums and now represents the Asia Pacific Region on the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) Global HSSE Committee.
Total Recordable Case Frequency
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MMA undertakes all business activities to the highest standard of environmental protection. MMA policies, procedures and plans are implemented with strict consideration of environmental protection, environmental awareness and promotion of the reduction in unnecessary waste. MMA’s integrated management systems are aligned or certified to ISO 14001: 2004.
MMA undertakes a program of environmental monitoring to ensure we are contributing to the protection of the environment in which we operate. This includes marine water, sediment, storm water and the deployment of bio sentinel oysters at our Slipway in Dampier.
MMA’s integrated management system is certified to ISO 9001: 2008 in Australia and Internationally. We also hold ISO 18001 and ISO 14001 certification in our International business. MMA has refined our vessel Safety Management Systems (SMS) to ensure Companywide efficiency and reduced the number of vessel SMS’s from three to one.
MMA is also a supporter and contributor to the Offshore Vessel Management and Self-Assessment (OVMSA) programme which was developed by Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) as a tool to improve management systems.
For more information on our HSEQ approach, contact Darren, our GM HSEQ:
General Manager HSEQ
+61 8 9431 7431