LSE is committed to conduct its operations in a manner designed to protect the health, safety and security of its employees and the public, and to avoid and mitigate any environmental adverse impacts our operations may have. It is our policy to conduct all business activities in compliance with the guidelines of federal and state health, safety, security and environment regulations.
1ST SHIPYARD IN BORNEO & EAST MALAYSIA ACCREDITED
with ISO Integrated Management System (2014)
ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management, ISO 14001:2015 for Environmental Management & OHSAS 18001:2007 for Safety Management Systems
AWARDED 5-STAR RATING UNDER MCORE
MIDES Competitiveness Rating For Enhancement by Ministry of Defence, Malaysia (2017)
by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) (2016)
TOTAL MAN-HOURS WORKED WITHOUT LOSS TIME INJURY (LTI)
*As at 31 January 2020
HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (HSE)
Certification to OHSAS 18001:2007 For Safety Management Systems shows our commitment to the health, safety and security of both our direct and indirect employees, demonstrates our ability to undertake risks & hazards associated with the work activities involved in the business that we do and provide assurance to all concerned including clients and management that legal compliance is effectively managed.
Our ISO 14001:2015 for Environmental Management certification is another mark of LSE’s commitment in not only delivering products that satisfy the technical requirements of our clients, but also of the environment.
All employees are expected to adhere as well as promote our HSSE policies through awareness campaigns and training, and practice a safety culture and system that is guided by our 10 Golden Rules. We are dedicated to implement our best safe work practices and the responsible operations of all facilities. LSE maintains a Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) and Security Department supported by industrial clinics and possesses its own ambulance on-site.
In line with ISO 9001:2015, LSE operates a quality system that is not just limited to the requirements of ISO 9001. Its quality system is readily accepted by major oil companies and is dynamic to cater for continuous improvements. Quality control and assurance for each project is governed by the Project Quality Plan (PQP).
In LSE, the responsibility of quality is not only delegated to Quality personnel but extends to all levels from non-supervisory employees to its top management and indeed to each and every employee. The Quality Assurance Quality Control (QAQC) Department coordinates and directs quality assurance and quality control activities, whereby the QA leads the company in reviewing, consulting and auditing exercises.
The Management Representative (MR) is independent of and not subordinated to the various functional departments and has the authority to ensure implementation of the Quality Management System.