Code of Conduct

 

DELTA Maritime 

Preamble statement
 
Delta Maritime is committed to developing an organizational culture which implements a policy of support for internationally recognized human rights and seeks to avoid complicity in human rights abuses. We support the principles contained within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the ILO Core Conventions on Labour Standards. 
 
Delta Maritime seeks to identify, assess and manage human rights impacts within our spheres of influence and activities in line with the following policy aims:
1. Employees
To respect the human rights of our employees as established in the ILO's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, including non-discrimination, prohibition of child and enforced labor, and freedom of association and the right to engage in collective bargaining.
2. Suppliers and Contractors
To establish and maintain appropriate procedures to evaluate and select major suppliers and contractors, based on Delta Maritime human rights and social policies, and to monitor their performance where appropriate.
To advance the application of the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work through engagement and collaboration where necessary. 
3. Local Communities
To respect the cultures, customs and values of the people in communities in which we operate.
To contribute, within the scope of our capabilities, to promote the fulfillment of human rights through improving economic, environmental and social conditions and serve as a positive influence in communities in which we operate.
To seek to have open dialogue with stakeholders and participate in community engagement activities. 
To aim to ensure the provision of security is consistent with international standards of best practice and the laws of the countries in which we operate, using security services only where necessary and requiring the use of force only when necessary and proportionate to the threat. 
4. Society
To participate where appropriate in public affairs in a non-partisan and responsible way to promote internationally recognized human rights. 
To seek to play a positive role, within our spheres of influence, in capacity-building for the realization of human rights within countries of operation. 
To promote the realization of environmental sustainability and development through our core business and through our participation in other multi stake holder activities where appropriate. 
To uphold the highest standards in business ethics and integrity and where appropriate to support efforts of national and international authorities to establish and enforce high ethical standards for all businesses. 
 
 
DELTA Maritime Rights statement
 
Delta Maritime is committed to developing an organizational culture which implements a policy of support for the internationally recognized human rights contained within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and seeks to avoid complicity in human rights abuses. 
 
Our commitment to the realization of human rights is embedded in the Group's human rights and social policies. Key human rights issues are embedded in internal risk assessment processes and guidelines, as well as being addressed explicitly in documents such as the DELTA Maritime Code of Conduct. 
Delta Maritime seeks to improve its human rights performance by referencing key documents such as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and relevant conventions and standards of the International Labor Organization, as well as other international standards, national and international laws. 
(Attached relevant documents)
The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a fair Globalization
ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and its Follow-up
DELTA Maritime Code of Contact
 
 

Environmental Health and Safety Policy (EHS)

 
It is the policy of DELTAGROUP TRAVEL to protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and the public, and to conduct all activities in an environmentally responsible manner. We commit to this policy worldwide as an integral part of being a leading company in Freight Forwarding and Logistics industry
 
The Environmental, Health and Safety, requirements are part of our organization’s processes and procedures. Our philosophy on working-safe environment is a vital part of the management systems that we do currently implement (ISO 9001, OHSAS 14001 and ISO 17001) and achieved by:
 
A well – trained personnel which is monitoring health and safety laws in order to be in full compliance with all relevant EHS laws and regulations
Incorporating of appropriate safety and health considerations into daily: jobs, duties, tasks and project management.
Operating and maintaining equipment, facilities and processes in a safe manner.
Training and retraining personnel to manage health and safety risks
Having a risk management assessment/ hazards plan both on site and off site working activities, in order to eliminate any potential accident.
Regularly checking our facilities and subcontractors equipment, facilities, sites, warehouses in order to be compliant with environmental laws and health and safety precautions
Responding to environmental, health or safety concerns raised by our stakeholders: suppliers, customers, employees, stockholders, nonprofit organizations, we are able to hear any comments and concerns may arise
Preventing pollution at the source wherever and whenever possible.
Working to improve energy efficiency in existing operations by adapting new, environmental office materials and supplies
Selecting, evaluating and re-evaluating our suppliers based on their capability to fully comply with our QHSE certified management procedures. All our approved suppliers are contractually committed and regularly controlled on compliance during the execution of their obligations.