Integrated Management System Policy Statement

Maritime Constructions provides a range of marine related services that cover a broad spectrum of marine infrastructure works, which includes dredging & reclamation, jetty and wharf construction, underwater pipelines, navigation aids, breakwaters, boat ramps, marinas, slipways, deep sea moorings and marine asset maintenance services.

Maritime Constructions management is totally committed to the highest standards possible in our activities, including construction, safety, and the environment. Whilst endeavoring to exceed our customer’s expectations, we also aim to operate within a fair and transparent system and provide a safe and enjoyable workplace for our employees.

To achieve our commitment, we have established an Integrated Management System (IMS) that provides a framework for setting and reviewing Quality, Environmental, Work Health & Safety objectives and targets and meeting the requirements of:
• AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems
• OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems Requirements
• AS/NZS ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems
• AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems

It is our commitment to:

Work Health and Safety (WHS):

• Seek to ensure the health and safety of employees, contractors, visitors, and stakeholders to achieve an injury free work environment,
• Encourage everyone to take responsibility for their own safety and report any incidents or near misses,
• Identify, evaluate, and manage risks that are associated with any work undertaken through safe systems of work,
• Comply with relevant WHS legislation, codes of practice and industry standards,
• Provide induction and training for our people, and
• Set WHS objectives and targets to measure performance and opportunities for improvement aimed at elimination of work-related injury and illness.


• Ensure the protection of the environment through the provision of a focused environmental management system,
• Comply with contract conditions, legislation, and other requirements as relevant,
• Educate and consult with our workforce in managing key environmental issues as identified through our risk assessments,
• Set specific environmental objectives and targets to measure performance and opportunities for improvement
• Continuously improve our environmental performance, prevent pollution, and minimize and control wastes.


• Provide adequate resources to continually review and improve our business processes and ensure compliance with these,
• Encourage people to use the IMS in the way they work and promote its application as a method for continual improvement,
• Ensure our customers are satisfied by understanding and meeting their needs, and aiming for total customer satisfaction, and
• Regularly review our IMS policy to ensure it remains relevant to our business and stakeholders and communicate it to employees and members of the public as required.

Shane Fiedler
Chief Executive Officer
February 2020

Maritime Constructions’ Code of Conduct policy can be read at the below link:


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