It is Aprile’s policy to proactively manage health and safety regulations in order to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for our staff and that the work performed by the Company does not adversely affect the health and safety of others.
The organization is committed to ensuring that the company is aware of the effects of its actions on the community and the surrounding environment and thus is careful to identify possible environmental impacts and prioritize actions to reduce and minimize them.
The Company recognizes and accepts the duty to protect the health of its staff as well as visitors (including contractors and temporary workers), customers, and all individuals who may be affected by our activities. All employees will be provided with the equipment, information, training, and supervision necessary to implement this policy and achieve its objectives.
It is essential that there be widespread awareness that safety in the workplace is also the responsibility of each individual. We, therefore, consider it the duty of every employee and subcontractor to take reasonable care of his or her own and others’ well-being and to report any situation that may pose a threat, even if potential, to third parties. For this safety policy to be implemented, we rely on the full support of all people within the Company.
Aprile is well established in the shipping industry and is proud of the work it does and the customer relationships it has built over its years in business. The organization and its staff are focused on analyzing our activities and operations to identify environmental impacts and prioritize actions to reduce and minimize them. This means operating under an effective environmental management system, reducing the consumption of energy and resources, the amount of waste we generate, and minimizing the use of harmful materials also by making sure that all subcontractors comply with decided environmental goals and policies.