DELIMAMALINDO SHIPPING MARINE ISM –INTERGRATED SAFETY SERVICES.
Integrated Management System
The Integrated Management System is a quality-based structured process for managing QHSE activities in compliance with IMO’s International Safety Management (ISM) Code, Quality Management System and HSE Management System as well as international and local rules and regulations consistent with classification societies and Integrated Management System relevant standards. The Integrated Management System – IMS is the combination and meets the requirements of ISM Code, ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
The system explains and maintains organizational goals, safety of its ships, occupational health, safety & environmental protection within the organization and onboard including safety of life at sea and the needs and expectations of its clients. The system’s management procedures are documented to ensure that conditions, activities and tasks, ashore and onboard the cable ships, affecting safety and environmental protection, are planned, organized, executed, reviewed and improved.
DELIMAMALINDO beginning was in early 2008 as DELIMAMALINDO SHIPPING ENTERPRISE (DSE). One stops Human Resources Services, Marine Safety Management and Audits, Training Development, Shipbuilding and Marine Operational Specialist including Health, Safety and Environment (HSE).
DSE is the leading dedicated MALAYSIAN based company offering local maritime professionals with an extensive hospitality & human resources background to provide professional service for the specialized shipbuilding, agro based R&D and industry, Marine services, International ships management and others human resources sectors.
A one stops of Professional and dedicated company which has experiences in Manning and marine operational services for Marine Safety Management and Industry for last few years.
DSE is a Malaysian based International Staffing & Recruitments; also Consultancy & Training Development Company specializing in both Human Resources area in General Maritime Manning and Safety Training Services Industry which has network in several major cities in Malaysia.
Our objective is to provide impartial advice, source quality people and successfully market quality opportunities within the maritime and shipbuilding industry, whilst establishing ourselves as a well-respected and recognized organization both throughout the region and internationally. We strive to work closely and openly with those that we represent, ensuring that we deliver a professional, effective and honest service. Being a small business, we pride ourselves on our friendly and personal approach as well as an in-depth understanding of the industry as provided by the team here at DSE, from their own personal experience within the field of MARITIME, SHIPBUILDING and MARITIME Recruitment.
We are totally commitment for quality is evidenced with the obtainment of an integrated Quality, Health, Safety and Environment Management System. It is certified to ISM Code, ISO 9001, 14001, and OHSAS 18001.
We has highly qualified and motivated teams to provide a customized solution, locally, regionally and globally to our valued customers.
Our skilled team members have lived up to the challenges to innovativeness, quality and reliability as they grow in the face of ever-deeper water, more demanding locations and greater distances that needs be covered. Our project managers have years of expertise in managing materials, service quality, economy and efficiency and the ability to deliver on time.
Our international presence with a global spread of offices helps us deliver customized innovative and highly integrated solutions that provide the best return on investment to our customers.
Vision, Mission and Values
To be the leader in Marine Safety Management and Auditing teams in the region.
To provide and implement system of maritime safety standard as required by National and International authority by setting a maritime professional marine safety team and implementing all necessary safety codes and practices.
1. Service Excellence
We are committed towards excellence in all services
We understand our customer requirement to deliver solutions suitable to them
We respect our customers, fellow colleagues and honour their contributions.
We accept challenges, explore solutions and innovative for tomorrow
We believe in agility with safety in every step by providing all marine management and operation through innovative, cost effective and dependable services with the highest commitments to Health, Safety and Environment.
Delimamalindo endeavours to be amongst the leaders in the marine safety management and maritime industry with world class standards of quality. Our aim is to provide the best services through strategic processes beyond customers’ expectations and their increased satisfaction.
We have our prime concerns for the Health, Safety, Environment and Welfare of our employees within and outside the organization and commitment to protect the company’s assets and interests in such a manner to minimize any of our actions that may have any negative impact on the quality of our services or endanger the environment and to maintain highest practically achievable standards of safety, occupational health, and environmental protection.
We shall make sure that Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental aspects of any work activity is treated with highest level to protect the company’s interests.
We are committed to have proper management structure, personnel, financial, technical and administrative resources to maintain and improve the quality of our services while minimizing any potential adverse impacts of our operations on human health as well as environment in general and marine environment in particular. We shall provide adequate training to ensure work is carried out professionally.
We shall respect applicable laws, both local and international, regulating safety, environment and pollution control while conforming to internationally accepted “Best Practices” and “Standards”.
We shall exert our best efforts for the continual improvement of our Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental performance by developing and implementing necessary management program with defined objectives and targets thereto. By doing so, we shall maintain our working culture that continuously strives to improve our prospects in the best working environment where any associated risk is maintained As Low As Reasonably Practicable.
We shall ensure that actions are taken to correct and prevent recurrence events being repeated and those conclusions and recommendations are communicated in a timely manner.
How to establish an OHSAS 18001 Occupation health and safety management system?
- Formulate an Occupational, Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) with the establishment of an occupational, health and safety (OHS) manual in which the scope of OHSMS is determined
- Establish an occupational, health and safety policy and OHS objectives and programmes
- Ensure document and record control
- Implement and maintain a procedure to identify hazards, assess risk and determine controls in the work place
- Maintain procedures to ensure applicable occupational, health and safety legislation is identified, communicated within and compliance assessed
- Define resources, roles, responsibilities, accountability and authority with regard to the OHSMS
- Implement an adequate occupational, health and safety communication, participation and consultation process
- Maintain good operational control
- Plan emergency preparedness and response
- Meet strict criteria in relation to incident investigation
- Identify and deal with OHS non conformities by applying corrective and preventative action
- Monitor and measure the occupational, health and safety performance of the organisation
- Audit the system and review the system at a management level periodically
Mainly contains eight key principles of quality management which are not auditable but do form the fundamental characteristics of quality management:
- Customer focus and customer satisfaction
- Involvement of people
- Process approach
- System approach to management
- Continual improvement
- Factual approach to decision making
- Mutually beneficial supplier relationship.
Based on the requirements of ISO 14001 standards as stated in the Handbook of Malaysian standard: Environmental Management System: Requirements with Guidance for Use, a firm must comply with all the elements in order to be qualifying for the certification which includes:
• General requirements;
• Environmental policy;
• Planning (i.e. environmental aspects, legal and other requirements, objectives and
targets, environmental management programme);
• Implementation and operation (i.e. structure and responsibility, training, awareness
and competence, communication, environmental management system, document
control, operational control, emergency preparedness and response);
• Checking and corrective action (i.e. monitoring and measurement, non-
conformance and corrective and preventive action, records and environmental
management system audit) and Management review.
ISO 14001 is part of the ISO 14000 series and forms the cornerstone of the family of standards. ISO 14001 environmental certification provides a framework for environmental management best practice to help organisations:
- minimise their environmental footprint
- diminish the risk of pollution incidents
- provides operational improvements
- ensure compliance with relevant environmental legislation, and
- develop their business in a sustainable manner
By achieving certification to this international, best-practise Energy Management standard, your organisation will accrue some of the numerous benefits of ISO 50001, including;
- Reduced greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions and carbon footprint. Compliance with this standard will allow you to meet current or future voluntary and/or mandatory energy efficiency targets or GHG emission reduction legislation.
- Increase energy cost savings for the organisation by reducing energy costs via a structured approach to managing your energy consumption.
- Increased knowledge of equipment efficiencies. By integrating your existing management systems you can align your Energy Management System (EnMS) with existing management systems for additional organisational benefits.
- Informed decision-making processes from system design through to operation
- Increased energy awareness among staff members at all levels.
- Structured approach to the Right First Time methodologies
- Improved corporate image and credibility with all stakeholders and customer
- Enhanced security of energy supply as you will have identified your energy risk exposure in areas within the organisation and commenced processes to reduce them
- Improved operational efficiencies and maintenance practices
· The ISM Code focuses on the safe management and operation of ships and pollution prevention. ISO 14001 provides the elements of an effective environmental management system. OHSAS 18001 gives requirements for an occupational health and safety management system, to enable an organisation to control its OH&S risks and improve its performance. ISO 9001 is designed to ensure that customer requirements for quality are met. The ISM Code and the three standards are complementary in nature and may be integrated in one management system.
· The guidance can also be useful to companies planning to implement the ISM Code, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 in knowing the common elements and differences between the ISM Code, OHSAS 18001 and the ISO standards.
· The international code and standards applicable to management systems in the shipping industry are ISM, ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and OHSAS 18001. There are many common or interfacing requirements; therefore any combination of these systems leads to a more efﬁcient way of managing safety, environmental issues, occupational health and safety, and quality.
· This guideline is not a substitute for the ISM Code, the two ISO standards and the OHSAS standard.
The 30 Ways for considering good Safety Management System
1. Lack of management commitment, leadership and drive from the top of the
2. Lack of understanding and implementation of sensible safety legislation.
3. Lack of understanding and implementation of common law principles.
4. Too much concentration on lag indicators such as the Lost Time Injury Frequency 5. Rate at the expense of leading indicators. Thinking minor personal damage is a
good predictor of life-altering personal damage.
6. Not using the continuous improvement philosophy and other facets of Quality
7. Management in your safety approach.
8. Lack of succinct paperwork.
9. There is not much point in having detailed paperwork that is too much like hard
work to read.
10.Using theory instead of real world approaches-Whatever you do reality test it with
the workforce first.
11.Ignoring “When implementing change-Remember, people support what they
12.Not using face to face communications whenever possible. Research by Harvard
professor T.J. Larkin suggests when communicating change with the workforce
use the supervisor not senior management, use face to face communications and
frame communications relevant to the immediate work area and processes.
13.Not using a needs analysis to guide all your actions.
14.Ignoring the simplicity not complexity rule.
15.Not creating an expectation for people at all levels to perform in safety.
16.Not developing goals, objectives, targets etc. for the Safety Management System.
17.Not using Learning Needs Analysis to guide conduct of learning. Not using Adult 18.Learning Principles & Process to guide facilitation. Using lecture style
presentations and Death by Power-Point.
19.Not training formal and informal leaders in Safety Leadership.
20.Not having regular audits of the Safety Management System.
21.Not practicing Emergency Response Plans.
22.Not having simple, succinct Safe Working Procedures, aim for 2 pages at the
most, use pictures, diagrams, flow-charts etc.
23.Not using team-building principles in your safety approach.
24.Taking yourself too seriously and not celebrating success.
25.Using enterprise “accident” experience to guide action rather than industry
taxonomies of permanently life-altering personal damage.
26.Putting too much emphasis on the risk ratings from risk assessments, the reality
is that a lot of risk assessment is very subjective.
27.Not having formal approaches to follow up on investigations.
28.Not having formal approaches to follow up on audits.
29.Spending too much time in the office instead of the field where the action is
30.Using unscientific terminology.
Employing OHS people based on technical skills alone. Effective OHS people need many skills over and above the technical skills, e.g. Communications, interpersonal, leadership, project management, learning, change management etc.
Ship Safety Management Documents and Checklist format.
Provided as a packages.
Hassan Bin Din
Delimamalindo Shipping Enterprise.
Higher National Diploma in Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture, Passed Part 1 and Part 2 C.E.I, M.R.I.N.A, I.Eng. Graduate Diploma in Management Technology – SIET, Master Charge Certificate of Competency, NEBOSH, Lead Auditor, Ship Surveyor, Manager in PETRONAS Marine and Logistics Operations Dept. Oil and Gas in Malaysia, Marine Operations and Safety Dept. & Logistics, Exploration and Development Dept. for the Last 25 years since 1983 till 2008. CEO and MD for Shipping Company from 2009 till 2013 and currently with Misarma Marine Sdn Bhd as Operations Manager.
Ship Marine Surveyor and ISO Lead Auditor, HSEMS custodian in the Marine Operations and Safety Dept. of PETRONAS, ISM code Auditor for the Department.
PETRONAS Head in Marine Search and Rescue Operations, Team Commander, Helicopter operations and representative for government search and rescue team – oil spill, search and rescues operations.
Marine Safety Management and ISM implementer for the PETRONAS Marine and Safety Department and all PSC Contractors i.e. Shell. EPMI, Nippon. Etc.
PETRONAS Tankers’ Technical team members, Single Buoy Mooring, Platform Structure, OPV Technical specifications and port arrangement.
C.E.I = Council of Engineering Institute - United Kingdom.
M.R.I.N.A = Members Royal Institute of Naval Architect – United Kingdom.
I. Eng. = Incorporated Engineer Professional Qualification. U.K.
ISO = International Safety Organisation.
HSEMS = Health, Safety and Environment Management System.
NEBOSH = National Examination Board of Safety and Health - United Kingdom – Professional Health and Safety qualification to be a Lead Auditor.
OPV = Offshore Petroleum Vessel or Offshore Support Vessels.
SIET = Singapore Institute of Engineering Technology.
ISM COURSE ATTENDED
1. NEBOSH = December 8, 1995. Certificate Number C 22036.
2. Incident Investigation and Reporting=December 1997, Cert No. Acc/014/97
3. Occupational Safety and Health = NIOSH October 2000, Cert No. T 3686 –A
4. Health, Safety & Environment System (HSEMS)=Feb.2000 PLC.
5. ISM Code – Internal Auditing = July 2000, Cert No. 0151.