Harbor Ship Assist and Tanker Escort
Quality and Certifications
Our goal is to set the standard for quality, safety and environmental protection. To meet this objective, we’ve developed and implemented systems and procedures that ensure ongoing monitoring and continuous improvement of all aspects of operations.
We’re proud to hold certifications of compliance from the following organizations:
International Organization for Standardization
Our ISO 9001- 2000 certifications were awarded in recognition of the management systems implemented in our tugs, facilities and terminals, which meet the highest international standards while ensuring maximum quality of service when it comes to providing harbor towing or vessel escort services. Our ISO 14000 certifications prove that the environmental management systems that govern the operation of our tugs, facilities and terminals meet the highest international standards when it comes to the environmental impact of our services and processes.
International Maritime Organization
Our compliance with the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STWC) Convention ensures that all crewmembers on our tugs are properly trained and that every effort has been made to avoid the types of human errors that could jeopardize their safety, our customers’ private property, third-party private property and the environment.
International Safety Management (ISM) Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention
This certification proves that we meet the safety and ecological contamination standards adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) - the leading global maritime entity.
Jun 26 '15 - Jul 2 '15
Crowley Acquires More Than 4,300 Additional Pieces of Liner Services Equipment
Crowley Vessels Honored with U.S. Coast Guard AMVER Awards
Webb Institute Awards Thomas B. Crowley, Jr. an Honorary Degree
Crowley Introduces Career Opportunities to Alaska Native Middle School Students in Valdez
IbisTek Crowley Shares Logistics Solutions with Energy and Civil Infrastructure Reps during U.S. Embassy-Hosted Seminar in Ghana