Environmental Policy


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Vestland Management AS is committed to provide “
Management services of ships in worldwide operation, comprising Project, Technical, Crewing
and Commercial Management
” in accordance with the Environmental management system that conforms to the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.
The Company is responsible for any harmful effects their activities have on both the local and global environment, and is committed to reduce such
effects to a minimum.

Top Management shall:

  • Regularly review and evaluate the Environmental Policy and Significant Environmental Aspects
  • Communicate the importance of EMS throughout the Company
  • Provide necessary resources

The Company shall:

  • Identify, evaluate and comply with all applicable environmental laws and environmental requirements of our customers as well as industry
    standards as applicable. Be in compliance with MARPOL
  • Maintain and update environmental program
  • Establish specific targets and carry out measurement against such targets
  • Encourage the segregation and recycling of waste
  • Encourage customers to take environmental responsibility
  • Include environmental requirements in agreements with subcontractors
  • Report all environmental unwanted incidents
  • Record the environmental aspects and act according to their measures
  • Log the emission to air, releases to water, garbage and contamination to shore
  • Use environmental friendly technology in development of new ships
  • Carry out environmental friendly maintenance of properties
  • Operate in a fuel efficient manner and optimize use of fuel and electric power
  • Reduce harm of fuel emission gases to the environment
  • Have zero oil spill and waste to the environment
  • Assist or perform service when pollution has occurred in an operational area

Personnel environmental related duties:

  • Minimise paper printing, only use the main network printer.
  • Segregate the paper waste, using the paper segregating boxes.
  • Special waste (battery, computers, electrical equipment …) shall be segregated.
  • Utilise the heating exchange processed ventilation system. Minimise the extra heating of the building.
  • Aim to switch off the light when you are the last one to leave a room.
  • When travelling aim to reduce the environmental impact.

Per Vidar Hille, CEO