of Quality, Safety, Occupational Health & Environmental
Quality Management System, ISO 14001:2004 Environmental
Management System, OHSAS 18001:1999 Occupation
Health and Safety Management System, DNV Standard
for Certification No.3.401-Maritime Academies-November
2004 and 5S-Concepts.
RECOGNITION OF CINEC BY THE
In the Year 1999,
CINEC was bestowed with the National Quality Award
for Service (small) category. The Campus is accredited
by Australian Maritime College, as a partner institution.
CINEC is accredited by the Institute of Marine
Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) United
Kingdom. In the Year 2004, CINEC won the prestigious
National Quality Award for the second time, for
excellence being adjudged as the best service
organization / Education (medium) category. CINEC
is a Maritime Academy approved, and recognized
by Det Norske Veritas (DNV). In 2006 it won the
Best Corporate Citizen Award. At the beginning
of the year 2007, most employees of CINEC were
able to project a very high standard of self discipline,
and as a result CINEC was adjudged as the Best
5S - Organization in the Trade and Service sector
of the Taiki Akimoto 5S Award 2006.
CINEC’S STRATEGIC CHALLENGES
- To provide employment
for our trained seafarers in modern sea going
- Further training and
retaining of our staff.
- AMC Diploma Programmes
- UniSA graduate degree programme.
- Advanced higher education
programmes (BSc Maritime Science) collaboration
with Dalian Maritime University, Dalian, 116026,
- To increase intake
of officer Cadet Trainees by 100% (double the
- Training equipment
to be continually upgraded.
- Expand our services
and develop branches overseas, especially in
the Indian sub continent and in the Persian
- Higher education and
awarding of scholarships to deserving employees
- Continual improvement
of technology in use.
- Video conferencing
and acquiring the ability to bring home lecture
presentations from overseas.
- To produce professional
and competent seafarers as demanded by the Maritime
- To be ahead of changes
to come by being well informed and organized.
Health and Safety Policy
International Nautical and Engineering College
aim significantly to prevent pollution,
conserve natural resources, manage waste,
use renewable energy and reduce any adverse
to the environment caused during our operations
with a view to reduce global warming and
continually improve standards in compliance
with applicable national environmental regulations
is committed to prevent injuries, ill health
and attain continual improvement of our
OH & S management system is implemented
and maintained to comply with applicable
legal and other requirements relating to
OH & S hazards and is reviewed periodically
for continuing suitability.
We communicate these requirements to all
related staff members, employees, students,
and to the interested parties through notices,
e-mail, regular meetings, and our website.
Campus is committed to the pursuit of an
equal opportunities policy which should
go beyond the avoidance of discrimination
and address the rights of everyone in the
Campus to be treated with respect and dignity
in an environment in which diversity is
valued. The policy is intended to ensure
that no employee, prospective or existing
student shall receive less favourable treatment
on the grounds of age, race, colour, nationality,
ethnicity, creed, disability, HIV status,
sexual orientation, gender, marital or parental
status, political belief, social or economic
class or any other criterion accepted as
unjustifiable by the Campus Academic Board.
Campus avails of the opportunity for course
delegates and customers to appeal against
any decision made by an Academic Board or
any member of the staff in respect of any
disciplinary or other action which may be
considered to be unfair, unjust, or discriminatory.
The Student Counsellor shall deemed to be
the person responsible to accept such appeals.
The intention of this exercise is to resolve
any dispute that may arise from such an
appeal to be amicably resolved with the
relevant employee or person considered responsible
for the apparent unjust or unfair decision.