Environment and Flinders Ports
At Flinders Ports, we view ourselves as an environmental custodian of the State’s coastal waterways.
When you are shipping products through one of our ports, it is essential to know that you are dealing with a port operator that takes its environmental responsibilities seriously.
Flinders Ports is certified in ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems, but that is only the beginning. We see our certifications as minimum standards and not our main goal.
Our goal is to constantly refine and improve our environmental management standards to benefit our clients and our other stakeholders. We are striving for excellence across a number of areas, including storm water management.
Concerned about an environmental issue at one of our ports?
Risk management & safety
The number one goal at Flinders Ports is to make sure our workforce returns home from work accident and injury free, each and every day.
Flinders Ports is certified to OHSAS 18001: Occupational Health & Safety Systems and ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems, but as with environmental management, we use these safety and quality systems as our minimum benchmark.
We are continually reviewing our safety solutions and our aim is to completely eliminate risks wherever we can.
A strong network of Work, Health and Safety (WHS) Committees operates across each of our locations and operational departments and Flinders Ports is also represented on the Flinders Port Holdings group’s central WHS Committee.
This ensures we have feedback from the wharf side to the Boardroom and that risks and safety issues are identified and controlled promptly.