Quality Management Principles in the Management of Shipboard Discharges

  • Vjekoslav Koljatić
  • Ivica Šegulja
  • Rikard Miculinić
Keywords: management, environment, shipboard discharges

Abstract

Environmental control of vessels is a management functionthat requires applied technology, training and diligentmanagement. Quality Management is a tool for developing environmentalprograms to control corporate environmental exposures.The management of environmental regulations, requirementsand concerns requires a systematic approach. QualityManagement (QM) embodies principles of policy delineation,operations accountability, documentation and review.These principles are all transferable to most aspects of shipmanagement. Properly implemented, they assign respective responsibilitiesfor both shore side and shipboard staff Both ISMand IS0-9000 Certification requirements embody the principlesof QM as requirements for certification. If, however, onelooks beyond the certification process, these principles makegood business sense. The benefits of QM are both economic aswell as assisting in corporate risk management. This paper willfocus on the risk management benefits as they apply of environmentalhealth programs in the marine environment includingports.

References

(1] Ship Safety and Pollution Prevention Resolution A.

(17), London, IMO 1992.

(2] International Management Code for the Safe Operation

of Ships and Pollution Prevention, London, IMO 1994.

(3] P. Johanson,Meeting the New International Standards of

IS0-9000, McGraw-Hill, London 1998.

(4] Global Environmental Management Initiative, 2000 L.

Street, North West, Suite 70, Washington DC.

How to Cite
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Koljatić V, Šegulja I, Miculinić R. Quality Management Principles in the Management of Shipboard Discharges. PROMET [Internet]. 1 [cited 2019Aug.19];18(3):185-8. Available from: http://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/685
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