Centralam Panama, SA, an organization dedicated to the Ships Supplying Services, has decided to implement a Quality, Environment, Occupational Health Management System, based on the ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 standards, to improve the service provided to its clients, committed to protecting the environment, preventing injuries and health deterioration, generating value as well for its stakeholders.
The use of processes based on Quality, Environmental & Occupational Safety as a tool to organize the operation of the company, allows the characterization of the Quality of our products and services, customer satisfaction, mitigating occupational risks (physical and chemical), conservation and care of the environment (properly managing waste), but above all continuous improvement, which provides an effective operation of this organization. All this, in congruence with the Mission and Vision of the company, keeping in mind our internal policies and values.
The integration of the systems in this organization requires the participation, consultation, and collaboration of all, so this Policy is disseminated to all company personnel for their knowledge and understanding.
Our collaborators undertake and recognize the following elements in their daily operations:
- The responsibility of all the members of the company, starting from the top in planning, executing, reviewing, and improvement of the Integrated Management System, always bearing in mind the values of the company. The obligation to comply with the needs, legal and regulatory requirements, as well as internal policies, and those of the products and services rendered to our customers, must be taken into consideration every time.
- The processes and effectiveness of the Integrated Management System allow employees to control errors; thus, supporting the Continuous Improvement of its activities and facilitating the evolution of systems in various areas.
The effectiveness and application of these principles, required the attention, interest and availability of all the organization.
Panama, January 2021