Diving is a hazardous activity – whether undertaken for work or leisure. Divers are totally reliant on life support equipment and on a dedicated support team on the surface. Underwater work can introduce significant hazards and many activities which can be carried out without problems on the surface can be very dangerous underwater – e.g. using powered tools or mechanical lifting. The risks associated with diving are generally well known and can be controlled effectively by appropriate training, planning, equipment and procedures.
The management of Rana Diving S.p.A. has decided to pursue a policy for health, safety, environment and quality, and ensure a continuous improvement of processes and services.
In order to reach these objectives, Rana Diving is committed to:
This policy applies to all personnel working for Rana Diving.
Rana runs an Integrated Management System, combining quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety.
It regulates the strategic responsibility and the operational practices in these fields of work, across all operational plants and work locations within the company.
The IMS is certified by Lloyd's Register in accordance with the following standards:
2015 Quality Management Systems
2015 Environmental Management Systems
2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems - Requirements
Rana has issued the following policies:
The Alcohol and Drugs Policy is consistent with the requirements of the Italian laws, which forbids the use of alcohol and drugs in the working environment and sets regulations for the testing of workers.
Rana promotes the stop work policy as a means of incident prevention. Any member of the diving team has the right to notify his/her superior of any hazards and stop any work which he/she considers to be unsafe.
The policies have been issued and endorsed by the Rana Top Management, distributed to each worker and posted publicly on company boards.
The policies apply to all Rana worksites, including Rana subcontractors.
Our Code of Conduct describes the ethical standards which apply to all actions by Rana Diving and its employees. The Code applies to all Rana personnel.
The key points of the Code are:
Rana Diving has adopted the internal control Model 231 to comply with the Legislative Decree 231. This Model complements the Code of Ethics to prevent crimes and misconducts. Below a summary of the Model 231 is available.
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