SUPERVISION OF SHIP TO SHORE TRANSFERS
DETERMINATION OF CARGO QUANTITY IN SHORE TANKS
GENERAL CARGO SUPERINTENDENCE
SUPERVISION OF SHIP TO SHIP (STS) TRANSFERS
MEASUREMENT OF PETROLEUM PRODUCT ONBOARD SHIP
WEIGHING OF CARGO IN TRUCKS AND WAREHOUSE
Our core values are maintenance of professional ethics and upholding of honesty in dealings with our clients and other parties we encounter in the course of doing business. We strive to effectively protect our clients’ interests wherever they have stakes, in consonance with the mandates given to us, while remaining unbiased against any party. We have a strong focus on doing what we say we do. Integrity-wise we rank ourselves top in the industry.
The prime focus of Standard Superintendent Company Limited’s Community Affairs, Safety, Health, Environment and Security (CASHES) Policy is the emphasis on management’s responsibility for optimum community relationship, Health of all Personnel/Staff either in office or in the field, members of the public that may be directly or indirectly affected environmental protection.
Below are all the necessary procedures and activities aimed at achieving a satisfactory management of (CASHES) issues. To maintain safe and healthy working condition is our priority and we shall see to it that we review and revise this policy as necessary at regular interval so as to provide adequate control of (CASHES) risk arising from our work activities.
Enhance commitment to safety standards.
Ensure no loss time injuries (LTI).
Ensure that our employees are trained before they are assigned a particular task.
Daily performance report.
Appropriate PPE shall be worn before a vessel is boarded especially safety boot and life jacket.
Terminal supervisors shall as a matter of importance ensure that no staff under them stands or works under a suspended load.
No alcohol or drug while working or driving.
No use of GSM phones on board, or in tank farms and terminals – think safety.
All workers shall be certified medically fit before employment and a regular medical check conducted.
We are committed to ensuring no injury to staff and preserving the health of our employees through routine safety briefing and orientation.
A record of illness inventory causing absence to work (medical record book must be used).
Terminal safety meeting.
First aid is administered promptly to preserve life and prevent situation from worsening.
To consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety
Health hazard identification list must be used.
Regular orientation of our staff on current health challenges like Ebola virus and Lassa fever and the need to maintain good personal hygiene is emphasized.
We adhere strictly to all statutory laws and procedures for the protection of the work place.
We ensure our employees are trained properly before they are deployed.
We ensure regular inspection and maintenance.
We maintain liaison regularly with environmental agencies of the environment.
We ensure that people are not harmed and environment is not damaged by our activities.
To ensure that is zero tolerance to unsafe act and/or working in an unsafe environment.
Routine education of our force on current security challenges and the need to be security conscious.
No visitor shall be allowed admittance into the premises of the company after 8pm
Ensure adequate protection of personnel and property/asset by maintaining liaison with official bodies e.g. security operatives.
No identity card (ID) on, no entry into SSCL PREMISES.
CCTV security system is adequately provided to enhance our security alertness.
SSCL’S (CASHES) POLICY, PROCEDURE AND PLAN IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH:
Mineral oil (safety) regulations 1963.
Road traffic regulation.
Inland water regulation.
Client NNPC’S (CASHES) policy.
SSCL makes use of HEALTHY LIVING SPECIALIST HOSPITALS LIMITED as own medical retainer ship therefore members of staff should oblige themselves of the facility.