ITM is fully committed to a strong HSEQ (Health, Safety, Environmental, Quality) culture.
ITM continuously invests in ways to improve the quality and performance of its services. The marine assets we manage operate at the highest standards for safety, quality and security.
Regulations, certifications and voluntary initiatives provide a framework of rules and improvements that ITM uses to guide its operations. With the motto "Beyond Compliance" ITM dedicates itself to performing better than the expectations of the shipping industry.
ITM provides high-quality services operating under a structured and fully implemented quality management system.
ITM invests heavily in safety training programs and continually benchmarks its safety and operational performance.
We are also involved in carrying out in house and third party on board training, audits and preparing the vessels for Vetting inspections with the help of our experienced Training Superintendents.
Security and safety of our people and the assets we manage is of paramount importance to the company.
The company complies with all the Security related IMO requirements and in addition has been providing all the assistance to the fleet by way of security related information, monitoring of vessels in sensitive areas and security training especially in these trying times with the increase of piracy attacks in and around the Gulf of Aden.
Our Safety, Quality & Environmental systems are at the core of everything we do. In addition to onboard thrust, it encompasses all aspects of shore based ship management activities. ITM conforms to ISO 9002:14001 standards and its systems are regularly audited by both external and internal auditors.
ITM welcomes industry initiatives to improve the tanker trade. ITM has embraced challenge of today's complex and regulatory environment to demonstrate a strong commitment to safety and environmental excellence in respect to:-
- Management, leadership and accountability
- Shore-based personnel
- Ship's personnel
- Reliability and maintenance
- Navigational safety
- Cargo, ballast and mooring operations
- Management of change
- Incident investigation and analysis
- Safety management
- Environmental management
- Emergency preparedness and contingency planning
- Measurement, analysis and improvement
Our commitment to continuing professional development helps us plan and develop the required personal and business competencies for successful tanker management.