Klaveness Ship Management achieved international certificate on anti-bribery management system

Sarah Carter

Sarah Carter · 19 February 2018


Klaveness Ship Management is one of the first in our industry to have achieved the international standard on anti-bribery management system, the ISO 37001, claims the company. The standard builds on the requirements set out in the UK Bribery Act 2010 and the certificate specifically acknowledges policy and management systems that uphold the global standards for anti-bribery and corruption. This is a recognition of a thorough management system covering the risk of bribery and corruption, and most importantly that the system is well implemented throughout the company and its entire fleet. "Our seafarers and employees are highly trained on what to do in the case of attempted corruption. When boarding our vessels, visitors can clearly see that measures to communicate our stand against bribery and corruption have been taken in more than 5 different languages," said a company statement. The certificate provides assurance that the company has taken steps to limit bribery and corruption risk through our daily operations. The company was founded by Torvald Klaveness in 1946 and is today a leading service provider to the global dry bulk industry. In addition the company has a unique concept for combination carriers and provides container feeder vessels to various operators.
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