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It is generally recognized that the use of drugs or the abuse of alcohol or other substance by Company employees:
Impairs their ability to properly perform their assigned duties.
Has a serious adverse effect on the safety, efficiency and productivity of other fellow employees and the Company as a whole.
The Company has ‘ZERO TOLERANCE” to the carriage and consumption of Drugs and Alcohol on board Company vessels.
The Company management is committed to a safe, healthy and productive working environment for all employees (both shore-based and onboard Company vessels).
It is to the best interest of all Company employees to contribute in the maintenance of a safe, healthy and productive working environment. Accordingly all employees:
Are recognized as key participants to the successful implementation of this policy.
Have responsibility to the Company, their fellow employees, their subordinates and the general public to ensure that everyone in the workplace complies with this policy.
The misuse of legitimate drugs or the use, possession, distribution or sale of unlawful or un- prescribed drugs on Company premises is forbidden and grounds for employment termination.
Being unfit for work due to the use of drugs or alcohol is forbidden and grounds for employment termination.
While the above-mentioned Drug and Alcohol policy specifically refers to drugs and alcohol, it is intended to be applicable to all forms of substance abuse.
The Company may, from time to time, conduct unannounced searches for drugs and/or alcohol on its owned or controlled property (both shore-side and vessels).
The Company may require employees to be submitted to medical evaluation, or drug and alcohol testing, where the use of drugs or the abuse of alcohol is either obvious or suspected.
The possession of illegal drugs or substances is strictly prohibited onboard Company vessels. It is a serious offense, and grounds for employment termination, for any employee onboard to be found using or in possession of any illegal drug or substance.
At no time should the Master or any officer, petty officer or rating onboard be allowed to perform assigned duty under the effect of alcohol.
Framed copies of the above-mentioned Drug and Alcohol Policy statement are placed in Company Offices and vessels as required, in order being accessible and available to all Company personnel.
22nd May 2014 From India, Mumbai