Safety & Sustainability

Safety First. Safety Last. Safety Always.

A Focus on Safety

Safety is our number one priority. We are committed to maintaining a culture of continuous review and improvement., In this vein, we review our health and safety practices routinely ensuring that they are refreshed in line with industry best practices.

We invest in and prioritize the continued training and development of our staff to ensure that they maintain the highest safety standards and all our assets and equipment are quality assured.

We comply with the industry and country standard QHSSE reguations in all our operations.

Our Commitment to Sustainability

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Zircon Marine supports and is a proud participant in the UN Global Compact which sets out principles for responsible businesses covering human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. Every day, every year, we strive to enact these principles across all areas of our business. Our sustainability model focuses on the working conditions of our employees as much as the external environmental impact of our business.

We are conscious of the need to reduce to the barest minimum the impact our operations may have on the environment. Accordingly, we have committed to using resources more ef´Čüciently and responsibly, adopting a mix of energy sources and reducing the intensity of greenhouse gases in our environment.

Zircon Marine complies with existing laws and regulations on protection of the marine environment, for example, the Environmental Guidelines and Standards for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria (EGASPIN) which establishes the guidelines on environmental and pollution management and their enforcement based on the petroleum industry laws and regulations.

We also support and are aligned with the efforts of agencies like the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to control and prevent pollution in the marine environment.

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